New Stadium Update - Official Announcement

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The landowners have exercised their right to seek to challenge the Secretary of State's decision in the High Court.

Read the full article at the Official Site
 

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Are archway mad or are they recieving funding from some, as yet, unknown source?!! :cautious::cautious::cautious:
A certain Russian?

It's extremely disappointing that one tin-pot company has held this up for seven years.
Everybody has rights but that is ridiculous when you look at the scale of the project and the benefits to the whole of the Tottenham area and its residents.

I'm surprised that a few local residents haven't paid them a visit.
 

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I don't understand, how after this amount of time, an appeal is even being entertained.

It should be regarded as frivolous and they should be heavily fined.
 

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Total frustration on my part and I fear that this could drag on for years to come. No telling what Archway are playing at, it seems to be more than money.
I think its time to draw a line in the sand and for Levy to do a deal with the FA and move lock, stock and barrell to Wembley.
I appreciate it is not White Hart Lane but financially it make sense with the increased capacity and therefore increased revenues. The infrastructure is already there and WHL to convert to housing.
Let Archway bear the full consequences of thier piggish behaviour.
 

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Total frustration on my part and I fear that this could drag on for years to come. No telling what Archway are playing at, it seems to be more than money.
I think its time to draw a line in the sand and for Levy to do a deal with the FA and move lock, stock and barrell to Wembley.
I appreciate it is not White Hart Lane but financially it make sense with the increased capacity and therefore increased revenues. The infrastructure is already there and WHL to convert to housing.
Let Archway bear the full consequences of thier piggish behaviour.
We've got more chance of talking archway down than moving into Wembley.
 

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Total frustration on my part and I fear that this could drag on for years to come. No telling what Archway are playing at, it seems to be more than money.
I think its time to draw a line in the sand and for Levy to do a deal with the FA and move lock, stock and barrell to Wembley.
I appreciate it is not White Hart Lane but financially it make sense with the increased capacity and therefore increased revenues. The infrastructure is already there and WHL to convert to housing.
Let Archway bear the full consequences of thier piggish behaviour.
Spurs are a team from Tottenham and should play in Tottenham, otherwise they would just become a brand with no real identity (like Manchester United). The new ground will be built and, importantly, will benefit Tottenham. Hopefully the area our club is from will get the sort of regeneration so far reserved for the Arsenal and West Ham heartlands. Archway are a disgrace and obviously have no concern for the place in which they are based. They will make money and I suppose that is all they are concerned with.
 

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FFS. At this rate we'll just have to incorporate Archway into the new stadium design.

"Welcome to the home of Tottenham Hotspur...and some shitty sheet metal chancers"