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Plans for new 30-storey hotel next to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium approved by council

Tottenham Hotspur’s plans to build a new 30-storey hotel next to their stadium have been approved by the Greater London Authority.

The new hotel was originally approved by the Haringey Council in December 2023 and is now hoped to be ready in time for the European Championship in 2028.

The new hotel explained

There will be 180 rooms in the new hotel, including 49 residential apartments and 64 parking spaces. It will be located on a piece of land called ‘Plot 3’, which is near the junction of the High Road and Park Lane on the south-west side of the stadium.

The hotel was originally planned to be a 22-storey building, but these plans were adjusted by Spurs in August 2023. Architects F3, who designed significant parts of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and the training ground, have described the new hotel as a “4* lifestyle concept hotel”. When it is finished, it will be the third biggest conferencing venue in London.

Planning application approved and next steps for Tottenham Hotspur

There were complaints raised to the Haringey Council about the potential increase in traffic and noise from the new design, but the council’s planning sub-committee approved the adjusted plans on December 11, 2023. In a club statement last week, Tottenham said that they “look(ed) forward to working with Haringey Council on a wider masterplan for the area to deliver more homes, jobs and leisure activities critical to the delivery of the hotel.”

A legal agreement between the borough and the Mayor’s office was officially agreed upon on Monday, meaning work on the new hotel is one step closer to beginning.


Will Murray

Freelance football journalist. Experience writing for When Saturday, Comes, Goalkeeper.com, Elite Scholars and Total Football Analysis. Recently finished an MA in Sport Journalism at the University of Brighton. Long-time season ticket holder at the two-time European Champions Nottingham Forest.

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