World-leading school on Spurs former training ground

The Anderson Group is funding a new state-of-the-art School and Enterprise Campus for the National Autistic Society on the former Tottenham Hotspur training ground.

Partnering up with the National Autistic Society over ten years ago, the Anderson Group has pioneered a unique private sector initiative to enact meaningful change on the lives of young people with autism.

The delivery of the school is being enabled by the construction and sale of 60 new homes on a green belt site and through funds raised by the Anderson Foundation. The school opened to pupils in September 2017.


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Anderson School

Anderson School Aerial Overview

Aerial overview of NAS Anderson School

SITE CONSTRAINTS

  • Former unregulated landfill site requiring complex ground engineering and improvement
  • Removal of invasive plant species – Japanese Knotweed and Himalayan Balsam
  • Translocation of protected ecological habitats
  • Site access and site servicing due to isolated location
  • Green belt site

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Luxborough Lane

School for autistic children breathes new life into Spurs’ old training ground

SCHEME BENEFITS

  • A new education and training centre delivering specialist education provision for 128 pupils aged 4-21 in a 3,500m² building designed in full consultation with the National Autistic Society
  • Low density mixed use development set within a landscape-dominated environment, bringing a second life to the former Tottenham Hotspur training ground
  • Infrastructure improvements benefiting surrounding community with 1 kilometre of road reconstructed and upgraded from an existing track
  • 60 much-needed new family homes which enabled
    the delivery of the new NAS Anderson School