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Arsenal Football Club has revealed that its housing plans by Allies & Morrison (A&M) for its traditional Highbury home will keep the pitch intact when the club leaves for a new stadium at London's Ashburton Grove. The club said it is retaining its east and west stands and converting each of them into 60 residential apartments, overlooking a central green space. The north and south stands will be demolished and replaced with about 200 more apartments, while A&M is also looking at creating a mews court in the north west corner, for restaurants and business space.

The open space where the club's pitch now will be subject to future landscaping proposals.

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