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This site is currently owned by Fairgate Tottenahm Ltd, Matthew Collecott and Daniel Levy being the Directors. It is completely normal for companies to hold property in various different holding / development companies, and indeed purchase them in SPVs (Special Purchase Vehicles). I am intrigued to see how the income / benefit of this, and similar schemes will directly affect the team / football side of the club.

With FFP, you would hope that things like this will be another string to our bow!

Great to see sustained investment in the area.
I think it’s just to help boost the regeneration of the area. I know there is a lot of hate and scepticism on this board of ENIC but I definitely think they are trying their hardest to improve the local area and feel a responsibility to do so. Shame the council aren’t as willing to invest their time and money in it as the club are.
 
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I think it’s just to help boost the regeneration of the area. I know there is a lot of hate and scepticism on this board of ENIC but I definitely think they are trying their hardest to improve the local area and feel a responsibility to do so. Shame the council aren’t as willing to invest their time and money in it as the club are.
Not ENIC's biggest fan(nor their biggest critic) ,but have to agree here.They have embarrassed Haringey council with what they have put into the area.
Spurs have built more social housing in about 5 years than Haringey did in 30.
A shit council.
 
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Not ENIC's biggest fan(nor their biggest critic) ,but have to agree here.They have embarrassed Haringey council with what they have put into the area.
Spurs have built more social housing in about 5 years than Haringey did in 30.
A shit council.
Absolutely, i've got no ties or loyalty to Enic but i live in Haringey and the council has been fucking useless for as long as i can remember. It's one of the worst run boroughs in the capital.

The club has shamed the council with what it's done for the N17 area.
 
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I think it’s just to help boost the regeneration of the area. I know there is a lot of hate and scepticism on this board of ENIC but I definitely think they are trying their hardest to improve the local area and feel a responsibility to do so. Shame the council aren’t as willing to invest their time and money in it as the club are.
It's in their interests. If the area is a shit tip then it'll put off prospective buyers of the club, along with making the prospect of people using the corporate facilities for events a more attractive proposition
 
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I'm hoping to do the Skywalk in September, but I'll be there over a weekend, so need to see if there's a clash with home fixtures first, as it'll obviously get cancelled if there is.

Will need to do it early in the day too as I see they breathalyse you before you go up
 
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Absolutely, i've got no ties or loyalty to Enic but i live in Haringey and the council has been fucking useless for as long as i can remember. It's one of the worst run boroughs in the capital.

The club has shamed the council with what it's done for the N17 area.
Yep.I'm in Haringey as well.I know exactly what they are like.
 
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I am N11 right next to Bounds green tube(and about 60 yards from the start of Enfield)
Not the worst area to live, but its still Haringey...
We live just a 10 minute walk or so from the ground...and it's actually quite nice. Just wish the council would buck their ideas up sometimes.
Nostalgic memories of N11 - as that's where we found out my wife's pregnancy was confirmed...the surgery at the bottom of Brownlow Road. Is it still there?
 
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We live just a 10 minute walk or so from the ground...and it's actually quite nice. Just wish the council would buck their ideas up sometimes.
Nostalgic memories of N11 - as that's where we found out my wife's pregnancy was confirmed...the surgery at the bottom of Brownlow Road. Is it still there?
If you mean actually on Brownlow rd,then no. I don't think so,anyway.Cant place it.
 
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