Spurs bosses don't want corporate customers walking through council estate Haringey council plan demolition of estate

16 October 2014

365 DAYS A YEAR OF COMMUNITY LIFE AND SUCCESSFUL EMPLOYMENT SACRIFICED FOR 24 HOME GAMES IN A FOOTBALL SEASON.

Tottenham Hotspur management have let it be known that they do not want their corporate customers walking through a council estate from White Hart Lane station to their new football stadium.

Haringey council, tugging their forelocks to corporate power, money and snobbery, are therefore planning to demolish the Tottenham Love Lane council estate and the premises of 60 nearby successful businesses.

365 days a year of community life and successful businesses are to be sacrificed for 24 home games in a football season.

The right solution is to tidy up and refurbish Love Lane council estate - for which Tottenham Hotspur Plc should pay.

Rev Paul Nicolson - concerned resident of Tottenham living near Love Lane estate and Spurs old and new stadium.


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