This information will be available on-line and at the stadium for all fans from our match against Reading on December 29 with a view to providing transport options and minimizing disruption.
The London Borough of Haringey’s new matchday parking regulations around White Hart Lane will come into effect on January 19, 2008 (our home match with Sunderland) and will affect around 100 streets near the stadium.
The move will bring White Hart Lane into line with the vast majority of major sports stadia in the Premier League who already have a match day CPZ system in place.
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These regulations will prevent on-street parking in the controlled zone for all non-residents with the exception of mobility impaired motorists who have a valid Blue Badge parking permit. Penalty Charge Notices will be issued to all drivers who ignore the regulations.
If matchdays are on Monday to Friday, the CPZ will operate from 5pm to 8.30pm.
For Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays, it will be in place from noon to 4.30pm.
The council has introduced the scheme following a lengthy consultation with local residents and a ruling by the Mayor of London. The aim of the scheme is to ensure that all residents, at all times, can find parking spaces close to their own homes. Congestion and parking issues have been building for some years around the stadium, causing problems not only for local residents, but also for buses and emergency vehicles.
The Club will continue to work closely with local surface transport providers and with Transport for London to ensure they understand the needs of fans traveling to and from the Lane and continue to post relevant match-day travel information on our website.
We will be providing links to relevant Journey Planners and will also outline the travel services provided by ONE Railway on matchdays. We will also recommend options for accessing the local area by tube, rail and local bus services.
Anyone wanting further information on the scheme can email firstname.lastname@example.org or write to:
Traffic and Road Safety Group
River Park House
1st Floor South
225 High Road
The Club is currently compiling information for fans in conjunction with local transport providers regarding the forthcoming match day Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ).