Tottenham’s ongoing troubles on the pitch certainly haven’t spilled out into Daniel Levy’s property ventures, which look set to only go from strength to strength. According to the Tottenham and Wood Green Independent, approval has been given for another development near the football stadium. Specifically, 72 homes and a new cinema.
The mock-ups look good, it has to be said. Some people look like they are going to be offered interesting, modern homes. We talk about football in this place, and football fans do tend by their very nature to be more interested in what clubs are doing about that aspect of their empires.
I note a fair amount of white noise criticism on social media when it comes to ENIC spending on non-football matters.
For clarity, there’s a decent breakdown of how Daniel Levy’s other business interests are laid out here.
That said, I take a view that your average fan in the street probably doesn’t care to wade through the minutia of individual company registration details. As a consequence, the longer the football isn’t fit for purpose, the worse the scrutiny and the noise will become.