Tottenham Hotspur Foundation is running a number of local history and geography workshops for Haringey Primary Schools that include a look over the changing face of the area.
Brook House students witnessed the progress of the ongoing development from the University Technical College of Tottenham that sits within Lilywhite House, part of the completed Phase 1 of the Northumberland Development Project.
The workshops are part of the Club’s wider engagement with local residents as the stadium development continues to progress ahead of expected completion in the summer of 2018.
Brook House Primary is based within the Cannon Road development recently completed by the Club in partnership with Newlon Housing, providing 222 affordable new homes and education facilities for Haringey residents as part of the sport-led regeneration in Tottenham.
When complete the Northumberland Development Project will transform the impact of the Club in Tottenham, from supporting 1,800 jobs to supporting 3,500 and from generating £120 million of annual spend into the local economy to over £293 million.
The 61,000 capacity world class stadium design will create an exceptional sports, leisure and entertainment destination – 365 days a year.