Čia kas įeina į visą Northumberland Development Project:
Dabar prasidės paskutinė projekto dalis - viešbučio, medicinos centro ir gyvenamų namų statybos. Kas esat buvę šitoje Londono vietoje, tie žinot, kad ten tikrai ne gražiausias Londono rajonas. Tai šitas visas projektas yra kokio tai 20 metų rajono atnaujinimo plano dalis, kuri turėtų prikelt rajoną naujam gyvenimui. Pagal pradinį planą, kai Northumberland Development Project bus pilnai executintas, tai sukurs ~3500 reguliarių darbo vietų, tai skaityk čia vietinio Šimašiaus ar vietinio Zuoko svajonė.Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – the stadium is an enclosed asymmetric bowl with a capacity of 62,062, and it includes a single-tier stand with 17,500 seats influenced by Borussia Dortmund's Signal Iduna Park. It incorporates a fully retractable grass pitch over a Turf Nation synthetic turf pitch to be used for NFL games as well as other sports, concerts and events. In order to enhance the atmosphere on match days, the stands are placed closed to the pitch with the north and south stands just 5 metres (16.4 ft) away, and the stadium is designed with good acoustics in mind. The south stand, the 'Home End', features a 5-storey atrium. It also offers separate facilities for football and NFL players, with dedicated entrance for NFL in the east stand. Four LED screens are placed in the stadium, the two in the south are the largest of any stadium in Western Europe. The stadium is intended to be active all year round with visitor attractions such as a Sky Walk that allows visitors to climb to the roof of the stadium. Some car parking is provided underneath the stand and in the basement.
Tottenham Experience – it incorporates the Grade II listed Warmington House which serves as the club museum, and new buildings that will serve as an arrival hub and visitors centre, and will include a cinema, club store, ticket office and café.
Lilywhite House – the Tottenham Hotspur club headquarters
Other ancillary club buildings – the Paxton Building to the northwest of the stadium will be the ticket office. The Northern Terrace, a row of Georgian houses on the north west corner of the site would be restored and renovated, with Percy House used as the home for the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation.
Public spaces – this includes a large public open space on the south podium that incorporates a multi-use games area with five-a-side pitches, food stalls and cafes, and the redevelopment of the High Road for improved crowd management.
Housing – 585 new homes including affordable housing, to be built in 4 towers ranging in height from 16 to 32 storeys.
Sports centre – an extreme sports venue, including the tallest indoor climbing wall in the world and an indoor dive tank.
Hotel – a 180 bedroom hotel with 49 serviced apartments on the upper floors.
Community facilities – a new community health centre.
Retail spaces – the Sainsbury's supermarket with parking space forms part of the Lilywhite House, with club offices above it. The club shop which forms part of the Tottenham Experience would be the largest club shop in Europe. The megastore would feature a 100-seat auditorium and a 36-screen video wall that may be used for events before and after football matches. Another store will be located in the ticket office Paxton Building.
Education establishments – A college, the University Technical College, was initially located in the Lilywhite House. It specialised in sports, science and health in partnership with Middlesex University. But in September 2017 it was replaced by the London Academy of Excellence Tottenham. A primary school, Brook House Primary School, run by the E-ACT Free Schools Trust in partnership with the Department for Education and the club was built in a nearby site.
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