Massive number of 14,000 households throughout the district will take part in a survey, hoped to bring constructive feedback about the Northumberland Development Project, which has Hotspur new stadium at its heart. Tottenham Journal report.
The consultation, mostly focused on parking, comes as part of the multi-million pound Northumberland Development Project, the regeneration of Tottenham which will bring hundreds of new homes, a new school, a new supermarket – set to be the largest in Tottenham – and a new 56,000-seat Spurs stadium, partly located on current White Hart Lane's plot.
The changes are set to have a major impact on parking demand, and Haringey Council has drawn up plans to protect residents’ ability to park close to home and support traders.
The consultation booklet, which will be delivered to each home and business in the area and can also be accessed online, includes four questionnaires for specific areas and allows residents to comment on proposals other than just those on their doorstep.
The consultation runs until August 5. The council will also hold ad-hoc pop-up consultation events in Tottenham as well as drop-in information sessions.