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Tottenham's revised proposal to build London's biggest club stadium have been passed by Haringey Council.

A lengthy council meeting on Wednesday drifted into the early hours of Thursday morning, but the vote went 8-2 in favour of Tottenham and their chairman Daniel Levy.

The 61,080-seater stadium, which will be built adjacent to the club's current home at White Hart Lane, will cost £400m and is expected to be completed in time for the 2018-19 season.

There is a also a provision for NFL games to be played at the new stadium using a retractable pitch, while 600 flats, a museum, medical centre and numerous shops and restaurants will be built as part of a £675m-£700m development.

The plans must be formally approved by London's Mayor Boris Johnson, but he has previously stated his enthusiasm for the project and passed the club's previous plans.

Chairman Levy said: "This marks yet another milestone in what has been a long and often difficult path.

There is a also a provision for NFL games to be played at the new stadium using a retractable pitch, while 600 flats, a museum, medical centre and numerous shops and restaurants will be built as part of a £675m-£700m development.

 

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That looks nice, where do they get the moment from?

 

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I know, bet it costs more than £400 million!

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White Hart Lane, is a great ground, still has that traditional feel about it, Having 4 sides, rather than them soul-less modern bowl like stadiums.

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