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Discussion in 'The New Stadium' started by Spursidol, Nov 18, 2014.
All very good though I expect L'Atse and the Chavs will soon follow suit.
Pretty sure Enfield Council make a decision whether or not to grant planning permission this evening.
What gives you that idea mate? - http://www.spurscommunity.co.uk/ind...e-decided-at-planning-meeting-tonight.116123/
Whatever it was, can you do it again but for this weekends lottery numbers.
He needn't have gone that far - on the prevous page (page 2) of this thread my post from last week includes the line
'Only thing to point out is that this is to be approved by the Planning committee on 27 January (a week's time) which should be a formality, but....'
Local Enfield newspaper reporter is probably an SC member
.........subject to appeal from a Mr Josif who has just moved in next door
I hate nimby's. Come and live in Camden, the place has been a building site for the last 10 years and will be for another 20. It has to be done. The population of London will be well over 10 million in the next 15 years, where do you think they will all live? Kiss your greenbelt goodbye or vote to come out of the EU. You can't have it both ways.
The San Francisco 49'ers trained at our ground too last summer. My brother drives some high up NFL dudes and got to hang out at the training ground for 3 days I think it was. he didn't care he's a Chelsea fan :/
I hope you slap him repeatedly and without sensation at every possible opportunity...
He's obviously adopted.
Iol, no but is a half brother!
But I'm actually the first tottenham fan ever in my family. They are all a Chelsea and Palace fans.
haha I was close.
Anyone see this strange story on a possible snag regarding the player lodge?
I seem to recall that we already relocated protected newts from another pond at the training centre to a new site very close by. I would imagine that we'll be made to do the same in this case too. I don't think it will scupper the plans.
So we have a burnt down steel company holding up the stadium and newts and bats holding up the lodge, how very spursy
Surely an ecology report, plus any relevant comments from Natural England, The Enfield Society and others would have been part of the planning process considered by Enfield Council prior to giving the green light to the project?
All the bats and newt stuff was in the Ecological Appraisal It was commissioned as part of the original application by the club.
There is a proposed plan of action detailing exactly what the club will do to make sure there is minimal impact to the affected species and it goes into quite a lot of detail, creating a new pond for the Newts and adding roosting for the bats in the roof voids of the new buildings, including some bat boxes. It looks to me that we expected these issues and taken appropriate measures.
So a case of the Mirror printing outdated stories that have already been dealt with and are not an issue? Well I never.
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