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All Things New Stadium Tue Nov 30, 2021 9:22 am  

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I'll start a new thread now we are entering a new phase.

If anyone wants to repost links to the planning and JM details it will probably start things off again.
Hopefully lots of good news to post soon.
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Re: All Things New Stadium Tue Nov 30, 2021 10:18 am  
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PopTart wrote:
I'll start a new thread now we are entering a new phase.

If anyone wants to repost links to the planning and JM details it will probably start things off again.
Hopefully lots of good news to post soon.

From the latest documents posted by our developers.
Good news for those with electric cars, they can charge them while watching the game :lol:

This drawing also shows 15 electric vehicle charging spaces along the east boundary of the car park. The number is equivalent to approximately 10% of the total car park capacity in line with the draft Local Plan and are located here so that charging infrastructure can be placed in the verge.
Plan ref. 10155/5501/002 – Proposed Car Parking Layout ill
Re: All Things New Stadium Tue Nov 30, 2021 10:57 am  
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Dunkirk Spirit wrote:
From the latest documents posted by our developers.
Good news for those with electric cars, they can charge them while watching the game :lol:

This drawing also shows 15 electric vehicle charging spaces along the east boundary of the car park. The number is equivalent to approximately 10% of the total car park capacity in line with the draft Local Plan and are located here so that charging infrastructure can be placed in the verge.
Plan ref. 10155/5501/002 – Proposed Car Parking Layout ill



Great news for me :D Just done almost 700 miles in a week in Northumbria cost me under £40 in electric top ups
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If anyone wants to read our developers answers to the concerns raised by various bodies from the initial applications, click the link below,

https://planning.wakefield.gov.uk/onlin ... 7D2QQJOS00

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Re: All Things New Stadium Tue Nov 30, 2021 1:42 pm  

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Re: All Things New Stadium Tue Nov 30, 2021 1:52 pm  

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Dunkirk Spirit wrote:
From the latest documents posted by our developers.
Good news for those with electric cars, they can charge them while watching the game :lol:

This drawing also shows 15 electric vehicle charging spaces along the east boundary of the car park. The number is equivalent to approximately 10% of the total car park capacity in line with the draft Local Plan and are located here so that charging infrastructure can be placed in the verge.
Plan ref. 10155/5501/002 – Proposed Car Parking Layout ill


Have not had the chance to compare the new drawings in detail.

To be honest, I don't know if you need planning permission for boxes, you certainly wouldn't to be able to make the glass full length as an internal viewing area as the spectator footprint would not be increased.

We will soon find out. Also, retro-fitting doesn't look like it would be a hugely expensive exercise should they wish to do so at a later date.
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Re: All Things New Stadium Tue Nov 30, 2021 2:49 pm  
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REDWHITEANDBLUE wrote:
Great news for me :D Just done almost 700 miles in a week in Northumbria cost me under £40 in electric top ups


Can I ask how long does it take to charge up an electric car.
Re: All Things New Stadium Tue Nov 30, 2021 3:10 pm  
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Can I ask how long does it take to charge up an electric car.



Depends on the charger mine at home is a 7kWh (my car takes 64 kWh from 0 to 100%) I also top up on my solar panels so mine is efficient. Some outlets are 22kWH and 43kWH these are usually AC. 50kWH rapid charges are DC

Mine will top up to 90% on a rapid charge and 100% on AC

as an example a 50kWH DC charger will charge a Nissan leaf from 0% to 80% in 30 mins (A leaf has 40kWH battery storage.

In addition if you park at say Snow Hill, Junction 32 or Crown Point as examples you can charge for free. There are lots of other places too.

Hope this explains it clearly just for a comparison I have a Kia e-Niro 64 kWh. in the summer and on ECO it will do around 320 miles on a full charge this time of year anything from 270 to 300 depending upon which drive mode is selected and what heating etc you use.
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We have had an hybrid which always seemed more logical than electric only. The main concern I have is that not all properties can accommodate electric charging points and then you have the time taken albeit 30 minutes to charge and the obvious lack of infrastructure.
Re: All Things New Stadium Tue Nov 30, 2021 5:30 pm  
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I’ve just been looking at a colour design of the new East Stand. It’s on page 3 of 7 under the tile of DESIGN & ACCESS STATEMENT PART 2, use the link showing on second post of this thread.
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