Tottenham have released initial plans for their new stadium, including a proposal to use the ground for a season while it is partially completed.
The Northumberland Development Project, which will have a consultation process with local residents before planning permission is granted, would also require the removal of two listed buildings.
Spurs are understood to be confident the benefits of the new stadium would outweigh the opposition to the removal of the buildings.
The clubs have also revealed the companies involved in the plans, including designers KSS, who worked on the City of Manchester Stadium, and Buro Happold, who are involved in the London 2012 Olympic Stadium.
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