If you email the club about the development of the new ground, and ask them to consider atmosphere as a priority you'll likely to get this response back:
Dear Mr XXXXXX,
Thank you for your recent comments on the Northumberland Development Project. We have had a tremendous response to the initial consultation and we really appreciate you taking the time to let us have your views.
You asked a specific question about the atmosphere in the new Stadium. I wanted to re-assure you that the number one brief to our stadium architects is exactly this – to retain the fantastic atmosphere at Spurs. This means ensuring seats are close to the pitch, with quite high banking and un-restricted views for every spectator.
We have looked at and learned lessons from stadia around the world and will provide more details specifically about the stadium design at our next exhibition early next year.
The Northumberland Development Project team
So, the official line from the club is:
This means ensuring seats are close to the pitch, with quite high banking and un-restricted views for every spectator.
That's a quote. Let's wait to see if the promise is fulfilled. Having a ground akin to some of the intense high capacity German stadiums is the only option. As majestic as some people would like to tell you the Emirates is or Eastlands, they are not a patch re: noise on White Hart Lane, even with our smaller capacity.
Next question that needs an answer: "Will you keep the Park Lane season ticket holders together, behind one of the goals?"