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Re: STADUIM NEWS UPDATE
Post Mon Feb 11, 2019 6:29 pm
Posted by Redscat on Mon Feb 11, 2019 6:29 pm
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I've got a great idea! Why don't we get a roup of interested parties to approach the Council, who in turn could invite a private wealthy speculator to purchase some green belt land somewhere in the Stanley/ Methley area, say. They could then build a massive building, say, like a big fridge. With all the money that the speculator would make, they could then build Trinity a lovely new ground We could even let some other sports minded people and members of the public use it. To overcome the green belt problem Sidney Carton ...er I mean Peter Box could ask a A big, overweight politician to overlook that little problem and let the speculator off planning permission. Then with all the money coming to Trin we would have a great new ground in about two years time. No problem!!
I think it's a superb idea. Who agrees????

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We could just stay at Belle Vue!!!
Re: STADUIM NEWS UPDATE
Post Mon Feb 11, 2019 6:41 pm
Posted by Trinity1315 on Mon Feb 11, 2019 6:41 pm
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snowie wrote:
was one expected ?



Haha I'm always expecting one Snowie!
I appreciate people are talking in expectation of what might happen if one does come along.....
Re: STADUIM NEWS UPDATE
Post Mon Feb 11, 2019 7:37 pm
Posted by Dunkirk Spirit on Mon Feb 11, 2019 7:37 pm
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snowie wrote:
was one expected ?


During the past week or so. Box has mentioned on radio Leeds, positive talks with MC, and good news just around the corner, then we’ve just had a photograph on a Twitter page of Ian Bramley, Johnathan Stone, with the Wakefield MP Mary Creagh, saying good news on the way. It’s therefore reasonable for people to expect some news, hopefully good news.
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Post Mon Feb 11, 2019 7:44 pm
Posted by Sacred Cow on Mon Feb 11, 2019 7:44 pm
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Prince Buster wrote:
I would say if a bookie was laying bets on funding re development the odds would look something like this.


No one will fund it 1/100 fav


yorkcourt 100/1

WMDC 1000/1


The club 1000000000/1



My bet would be if I could lay one.

The club to get back the ground by way of a loan guarantee from the council plus a little bit of financial input as well.


Once the pig in a poke that is Belle Vue is in the hands of the club all goodwill disappears and we are left with a massive headache of how to make the place acceptable.


I know this is highly pessimistic and I would love to be wrong. But history should tell us the eventual outcome of any deal that relies on Box and yorkcourt

I’d say your likely not to be a million miles off.

All we’ve got to do then is get Yorkcourt to pay up and we are sorted....
Re: STADUIM NEWS UPDATE
Post Mon Feb 11, 2019 9:56 pm
Posted by financialtimes on Mon Feb 11, 2019 9:56 pm
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Dunkirk Spirit wrote:
During the past week or so. Box has mentioned on radio Leeds, positive talks with MC, and good news just around the corner, then we’ve just had a photograph on a Twitter page of Ian Bramley, Johnathan Stone, with the Wakefield MP Mary Creagh, saying good news on the way. It’s therefore reasonable for people to expect some news, hopefully good news.

I dont think he mentioned mc! I think he said the club/chairman, MC is no longer the chairman of the club, we have a different face conduction get the communication with WMDC :thumb:
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Post Tue Feb 12, 2019 4:51 pm
Posted by bellycouldtackle on Tue Feb 12, 2019 4:51 pm
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Yorkcourt plays another blinder, they will get the planning approved for the brewery building, they will get planning for houses, they will generate millions for themselves. The planning committee is made up of a load of half witted Councillors put in place by Box who love the money they claim and are frightened to go against anything that Box says for fear of having their noses removed from the trough, they are mostly from the East of the district, dont give a toss about the City or Trinity and will not even know where Newmarket is, They will do as Box tells them to do. Once passed Yorkcourt in all its various guises ( look them up on companies house, check out directors, resignations, new companies, associate companies etc etc ) will make some vague promises, nothing in writing, about funding a rebuild of BV and them trouser the lot, they wont even contribute to a lick of paint.
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Post Tue Feb 12, 2019 4:58 pm
Posted by Jizzer on Tue Feb 12, 2019 4:58 pm
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Just received an email from the council saying the planning meeting will be held on 21st Feb, I guess this was sent automatically to everyone who submitted objections. Check your junk folder if you haven't seen it, it was flagged as spam for me. It says only one representative for the objectors can speak for 3 minutes....however in 'special cases' the number of people who can speak and for how long can be varied. Let's hope they class this as a 'special case', we need more than 3 minutes to cover this sham.
Re: STADUIM NEWS UPDATE
Post Tue Feb 12, 2019 5:00 pm
Posted by snowie on Tue Feb 12, 2019 5:00 pm
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Dunkirk Spirit wrote:
During the past week or so. Box has mentioned on radio Leeds, positive talks with MC, and good news just around the corner, then we’ve just had a photograph on a Twitter page of Ian Bramley, Johnathan Stone, with the Wakefield MP Mary Creagh, saying good news on the way. It’s therefore reasonable for people to expect some news, hopefully good news.
if I was either Ian or Jonathan I would of declined the photo shoot and said publicly I'll wait until the stadium is built to have a photo with you Mary
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Post Tue Feb 12, 2019 5:40 pm
Posted by wakeytrin on Tue Feb 12, 2019 5:40 pm
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Jizzer wrote:
Just received an email from the council saying the planning meeting will be held on 21st Feb, I guess this was sent automatically to everyone who submitted objections. Check your junk folder if you haven't seen it, it was flagged as spam for me. It says only one representative for the objectors can speak for 3 minutes....however in 'special cases' the number of people who can speak and for how long can be varied. Let's hope they class this as a 'special case', we need more than 3 minutes to cover this sham.

I've also received an email regarding the meeting on 21 February, came direct to my inbox.
Continue to support the new stadium at Newmarket Lane.
You know it makes sense.
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Post Tue Feb 12, 2019 5:47 pm
Posted by snowie on Tue Feb 12, 2019 5:47 pm
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Jizzer wrote:
Just received an email from the council saying the planning meeting will be held on 21st Feb, I guess this was sent automatically to everyone who submitted objections. Check your junk folder if you haven't seen it, it was flagged as spam for me. It says only one representative for the objectors can speak for 3 minutes....however in 'special cases' the number of people who can speak and for how long can be varied. Let's hope they class this as a 'special case', we need more than 3 minutes to cover this sham.
was in my junk mail as well

for those who wants to read what it says


CONSIDERATION OF APPLICATION AT PLANNING AND HIGHWAYS COMMITTEE
PROPOSAL: Remediation and remodelling of land to form a development platform, with
associated pond and landscaping, and the erection of a warehouse unit (B8), with
associated access, service yard, parking and drainage
LOCATION: Plot 7A Newmarket Lane Stanley Wakefield WF3 4BU
I am writing to advise you that the above application will be considered at the meeting of the Planning
and Highways Committee on 21 February 2019 commencing at 11:30am in the Council
Chamber, County Hall, Wakefield.
Members of the public and applicants (or their agents), are able to speak at Planning and Highways
Committee Meetings. Normally one person representing any objectors will be allowed to speak for
three minutes. The applicant, agent, or one person supporting the application, will also be able to
speak for three minutes. The time limits and number of individuals allowed to speak will be varied
only in exceptional circumstances, at the discretion of the Chair. Please note that, in the case of
petitions, the petition organiser (if known) or the first petition signatory will be notified by this
letter and not those people signing the petition.
Should you wish to speak at the meeting, please could you contact a member of our Support
Team on 01924 306606. To assist with the administration process, you must contact us no later
than 12 noon on the day before the meeting.
If you do not register or contact us prior to this deadline, then you may not be allowed to
speak – the Chair has discretion in this matter where there are special circumstances.
If you are to speak, please note that a member of staff will be available at County Hall prior to the
start of the meeting, to assist you and register your presence.
Please also note that the Committee Member’s will adjourn for lunch at 1pm, with the meeting
reconvening at 2pm.
If you do not wish to speak, any written representation you have previously made will be
summarised in the Officer’s Report to the Planning and Highways Committee for their
consideration.
Our ref: 18/01169/FUL

You do not need to reply to this letter or submit any further written representations.
You can view the Agenda and Reports online at:
http://mg.wakefield.gov.uk/ieListMeetin ... tteeId=308
Yours faithfully
Michael Eaglestone
“The bond between the players is something I’ve never had with any other club. Everyone comes into one and we’re all one group. Whenever we get a new signing, everyone just embraces the culture. It’s what I love about this club and I just can’t wait for the journey ahead.”
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