The new Stadium scheme also brings together a wide range of uses to create new homes and jobs alongside major new visitor attractions to create a thriving destination every day of the year.
The Tottenham Experience will be a housed in an architecturally stunning new visitors' centre, designed as a three storey terrace along the High Road to act as a gateway to the new Stadium, providing a permanent use for the listed Warmington House.
The building creates a new entrance plaza from the South and will host:
Not only does the creation of the Tottenham Experience deliver a fantastic new venue and outlet for the locality and its visitors, it also secures a long-term viable use for Warmington House.
The design sensitively blends old architecture with new, incorporating the Grade II listed Warmington House as an integral part of The Tottenham Experience. It will be a perfect and appropriate setting for many historical Club features such as the famous, iconic Bill Nicholson Gates and key elements of the Red House and the Dispensary.
The Tottenham Experience:
The Tottenham ExperienceSky WalkExtreme SportsHotelNew Homes and Employment SpaceMedical CentrePublic Square
A spectacular visitor attraction for fans and the public alike.
The design of the new stadium includes the ‘Sky Walk’ - allowing visitors to climb the exterior of the building up to 40 metres high, creating a unique experiential visitor attraction.
A fantastic new building to host Extreme Sports and leisure activities for all ages and a brilliant addition to the leisure offer in Tottenham.
The Extreme Sports Building sits on the eastern side of the Hotel and acts in partnership with the Tottenham Experience to form a new entrance plaza to the Stadium at the junction of the High Road and Park Lane. It will help attract visitors to Tottenham every day of the year and provide a thrilling day out for young and old alike.
Current proposals include:
A major new addition to the plans, this new high quality Hotel and Rooftop Bar, operating at a four-star level, will meet a key need in Tottenham and provide the cornerstone for a dedicated new training programme for the hospitality sector.
The hospitality industry is already the UK’s 4th largest employer, with 2.7 million people employed across 180,000 businesses. However there are real skills shortages, especially in the hotel trade, which makes recruitment difficult. Our new hotel in Tottenham will facilitate training programmes, opening up new career opportunities for local people.
The design of the hotel allows for views of the Stadium as people approach from the High Road and includes a rooftop bar and amazing views across London. It also directly supports the conference and banqueting facilities at the Stadium by providing high quality hotel accommodation for people attending events.
585 new homes providing high quality living with every apartment enjoying access to a private balcony in addition to communal gardens and child play areas. New employment space is also included in the podium level below the residential buildings.
Designed by world-renowned architects Allies & Morrison, these plans will be submitted to Haringey Council in outline, recognising that this will be the final phases to be delivered once the stadium itself is complete.
This new community health facility would be sited on the north-east corner along Worcester Avenue to host an NHS health centre.
This new building will:
We have always placed a new public square at the heart of our plans as part of the public realm around the stadium. The revised designs ensure that this is better integrated with the stadium design, to provide something truly special for local people with 24/7 open public access. The public square runs from the High Road right through to Worcester Avenue – on a raised podium accessed by stairs from four different locations, with external lift access.
The square connects directly to the general concourse level of the new stadium – ensuring this acts as a home fans zone on match days as well as adding to the appeal and wider use on non-match days.
A new Multi-Use Games Area – set within high-quality landscaping around the public square which will provide informal seating areas, an outdoor café, outdoor gym and a protected Multi-Use Games Area that can host a range of sporting and other community events running through the week.
Events and community programmes - managed by the award-winning Tottenham Hotspur Foundation, enabling it to extend its reach and impact with programmes designed to raise educational attainment, healthy living standards, social cohesion and inclusion and equality for all.
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