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New planning application submitted today!

Posted on 20 May 2010  - 12:00

Chairman Daniel Levy has expressed his delight at the new planning application for the proposed Northumberland Development Project submitted to Haringey Council today (Thursday).

Chairman Daniel Levy has expressed his delight at the new planning application for the proposed Northumberland Development Project submitted to Haringey Council today (Thursday).

In an exclusive interview with Spurs TV Online, he discusses the design improvements made to the overall masterplan in response to consultation.

He said: "We're always striving for the best. We listened to the comments we received from fans and various authorities and made some changes.

"We looked at the southern development, improving the hotel and the residential area; we've got a great public square - even better than it was before; and we have retained historic buildings that have links with the Club.

"It will make a great impact along the High Road and something the fans will be very proud of. We're pleased that we have a world-class application."

Daniel has both thanked fans who have already shown their support and has called on fans to once again write into the local authority in support of the new application ahead of a Planning Committee Meeting that he hopes will be held in the coming months.

He added: "As it is a new application, I'd like to ask fans to please write in support of this application. We thank them for writing in last time, but I encourage them to write in again.

"Having made the application, we're in discussions with Haringey to fix the earliest possible date for a Planning Committee Meeting. We very much hope that will be in the near term."

This interview in full is now available on the Spurs TV Online freeplayer on the homepage.

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