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Old May 20th, 2019, 02:26 PM   #87381
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Has this site been posted before about the Public Exhibition for the B&M Site

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Hopefully they can bypass Haringey Council and go the Mayor & Government to get the scheme through as I am sure Spurs will be branded wealthy and privileged landowners by some and only in it for the money.

This was in one of The Guardians last stories about Spurs and the local council, the above scheme doesn't include Love Lane but it seems to show the councils attitude.

The council says its plans are subject to more consultation and will change; specifically its spokesperson said: “The Love Lane estate is not being demolished to create a walkway to the stadium” and “new council homes at council rents” will be built on the site.
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Old May 20th, 2019, 02:33 PM   #87382
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Hopefully they can bypass Haringey Council and go the Mayor & Government to get the scheme through as I am sure Spurs will be branded wealthy and privileged landowners by some and only in it for the money.

This was in one of The Guardians last stories about Spurs and the local council, the above scheme doesn't include Love Lane but it seems to show the councils attitude.

The council says its plans are subject to more consultation and will change; specifically its spokesperson said: “The Love Lane estate is not being demolished to create a walkway to the stadium” and “new council homes at council rents” will be built on the site.

It will be interesting to see how the Planning Appeal for the Goods Yard site is decided as the two schemes occupy a large chunk on the High Road West footprint.
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Old May 20th, 2019, 07:43 PM   #87383
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Well, this sentence was snuck in at the end of this article:

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Spurs are working hard to ensure that they get their full safety certificate from Haringey Council for next season, having been working on a temporary certificate for the past two months.
https://www.football.london/tottenha...nning-16303840

I assume there's nothing to worry about!
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Old May 20th, 2019, 11:38 PM   #87384
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Well, this sentence was snuck in at the end of this article:


https://www.football.london/tottenha...nning-16303840

I assume there's nothing to worry about!

I’ve noticed this a few times in the news today. I genuinely thought we’d passed the tests and had the full safety certificate. Did we know at the time it was temporary? I honestly can’t remember it ever being mentioned before today.
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Old May 21st, 2019, 12:58 AM   #87385
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I’ve noticed this a few times in the news today. I genuinely thought we’d passed the tests and had the full safety certificate. Did we know at the time it was temporary? I honestly can’t remember it ever being mentioned before today.
Norskire will know, a man that knows everything in connection with the council
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Old May 21st, 2019, 02:47 PM   #87386
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Ally Gold had a walk round the stadium
https://twitter.com/AlasdairGold/sta...66644043763712

and addressed the safety certificate stuff
https://twitter.com/AlasdairGold/sta...08800544514048
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Old May 21st, 2019, 03:24 PM   #87387
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News to me - all safety certification for public venues is "temporary" in the sense that it only applies until the next review. Ally Gold mentions "management things", which I assume means that the operations manual has as yet not been finalised. That makes sense, Arsenal didn't have one in place until five years after their build, while the police in particular kept deferring full approval for the access routes (and in fact I'm still convinced that one of these routes in particular should never have been approved - especially when it's Spurs supporters who are fed through the ambush bottleneck).

Anyway, last I heard was that the in-house safety systems not only passed inspection, but passed with flying colours. The Council's planning and infrastructure people have completely signed off, which means that club's operations procedures should now also be 99% in place and approved. The bits that are left are the ones that always remain after a new stadium opening, and especially one on the scale of Spurs' ground - basically policing, water (mains and drains), and power. These always take yonks to be fully assessed - I imagine until next summer at the earliest. In the meantime the Council is legally obliged to issue certification on limited terms.

A bit like driving with a provisional licence. Let's just hope we don't crash in the meantime!
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Now that the season is over and the few games at NWHL were essentially test events has anyone got confirmed figures for the food and drink takings for match days? Some figures early on were mindblowingly high. It would seem likely that footfall and thirst will settle down after the novelty wears off but clearly NWHL is a sports venue par excellence. Seems like a cash cow but it would be great to know how much is being milked from her on an average match day with the opening hours pre and post the game. Thanks to anyone who can advise.

Edit: Despite this being a completed thread.....
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Old May 21st, 2019, 08:10 PM   #87389
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Ally Gold had a walk round the stadium
https://twitter.com/AlasdairGold/sta...66644043763712

and addressed the safety certificate stuff
https://twitter.com/AlasdairGold/sta...08800544514048
Have those portacabins behind him been re-errected? Don't remember them being there before when games were being played?
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Now that the season is over and the few games at NWHL were essentially test events has anyone got confirmed figures for the food and drink takings for match days? Some figures early on were mindblowingly high. It would seem likely that footfall and thirst will settle down after the novelty wears off but clearly NWHL is a sports venue par excellence. Seems like a cash cow but it would be great to know how much is being milked from her on an average match day with the opening hours pre and post the game. Thanks to anyone who can advise.

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Only going on what I've been told, but between £800,000 and £1,000,000 is still the figure that the club are talking about.


I can see arguments for that going both up and down tbh.
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Have those portacabins behind him been re-errected? Don't remember them being there before when games were being played?
They were there at the Huddersfield game on 13th April
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They were there at the Huddersfield game on 13th April
They've been there continuously since they were erected. Perhaps there ready for the hotel and later apartment builds?
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Only going on what I've been told, but between £800,000 and £1,000,000 is still the figure that the club are talking about.


I can see arguments for that going both up and down tbh.
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Do we know the takings from WHL for a comparison?
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NWHL NFL games announced with stadium layout in NFL configuration...

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap300...&sf213140858=1

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Old May 22nd, 2019, 09:03 PM   #87396
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Only going on what I've been told, but between £800,000 and £1,000,000 is still the figure that the club are talking about.


I can see arguments for that going both up and down tbh.
either one or the other, but surely not both
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either one or the other, but surely not both
He thinks there are credible arguments for that figure going up, and credible arguments for that figure going down, he's not saying both things will happen.
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Has anyone got any thoughts regarding bringing back Bill Nicholson Way? maybe one of the flight of steps leading up to the stadium. I had thought about the ramp leading up to Lillywhite House with the street name on the adjacent Georgian building but I assume that permission would have to be gained from the owners of the building and the council. if any of the steps were used this would surely be on Tottenham's property.
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flierfy, that's right. It's like when I installed a wood stove fan Vulcan (from here: https://cozyhousetoday.com/best-wood-stove-fan-review/), it was much better. After that, I've started turning off my central heating system time to time, cause the last winter was not so cold, as we've been expecting. They can say whatever they want, but wood stoves will find a market for absolutely ever.

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