From Danes and Empire Court Residents' Association
We have been asked by the FA to provide feedback to a study they are conducting on the impact of Wembley Stadium, and of Spurs on the local area, London and the Nation. Specifically, they would like input on the questions below, so please provide your feedback AS SOON AS POSSIBLE (i.e. before Friday) as we will be meeting at this point.
What are the positive and negative impacts of Wembley on local residents and local businesses, and your views on the impacts of Wembley stadium with a focus on Tottenham Hotspur, and whether there have been any positive or negative developments as a result of the increased occupation?
What has been done since the start of the season to address any negative issues and how that has worked out?
What future initiatives you would like to see in place for the benefits of local stakeholders?
Answer the Questions HERE before Friday 13th April.
Incidentally this is a comment on the Stadium made in 1986 by a nine year old as part of the Domes Day project (see side panel):
Sometimes I hate Wembley Stadium because when there is an event like a match on there are nearly always hooligans hanging about. I live near the Stadium and nearly every Saturday there’s a match on and lots of people hang about the “Harrow Tavern”, which is a public house in front of our house. I hope that Wembley Stadium buy security cameras to catch all the hooligans. The time when I like Wembley is when there are no hooligans and the match is a friendly game. Concerts like the Live Aid one are held there as well. Next to Wembley Stadium, in the car park, there is a market which is held every Sunday. H.P.( Aged 9yrs)