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Spurs reveal rival plans for Lendlease's High Road West site

Tottenham Hotspur has unveiled plans to build a mixed-use scheme featuring 330 homes on land earmarked as part of Haringey Council and Lendlease’s £1bn High Road West scheme.

The football club has invited the public to view plans for the development between Friday 3 November and Monday 6 November for the site at 44-52 White Hart Lane.

The football club, which currently owns the land to the north of White Hart Lane and Brunswick Square, has dubbed the scheme The Goods Yard.

Its proposals include the new homes plus office and retail space as well as a revamped Station Master’s Square and refurbishment of the locally listed Station Master’s House.

The land, however, forms part of Haringey Council and Lendlease’s plans for a £1bn regeneration scheme which was approved by the council’s cabinet in October (pictured). 

The proposals put forward by Haringey would see 2,500 homes, a library and a learning centre built on land to the west of Spurs’ new £800m stadium.

Lendlease saw off competition from Barratt Developments and Bouygues UK to be named as the preferred bidder for the scheme.

CN understands that for the High Road West scheme to be developed, the land will need to be acquired by the preferred bidder via a compulsory purchase order, which would need to be negotiated with the football club.

The scheme does not form part of Haringey and Lendlease’s £2bn Haringey development vehicle (HDV), which saw a hearing in the High Court last week. 

On a website dedicated to its new proposals, Tottenham Hotspur stated: “As the owners of the site and a genuine part of the local community with a long-term stake in the success of the area, we are delighted to present these proposals for consultation.

“We have already delivered new homes, schools and community benefits for North Tottenham and the progress of our stadium scheme has seen over 1,000 jobs generated for local residents.”

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