Grandstand Hiccup ?

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  1. Plymborn

    Plymborn Well-Known Member
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    Highway England has rubbished the planning application transport assessment, advising them that they cannot refer to HHP application as it has lapsed and have asked for a 6 month delay for them to reassess.

    Well known poster Graham Clark commenting about it got stick from a pasoti mod....and has asked for his account to be closed........Graham's valued comments will be missed by many especially ex-pats who try to keep up with what is going on at Home Park.
     
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  2. notDistantGreen

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    No wonder Government overspends its income by so much.

    What precisely has changed in the last 6 months to require a full reassessment? Other than major road improvements to the north of the site that is? The increase in ground capacity is too small for some fans and it will be used maybe 25 times per annum, in fact probably less than half a dozen times when the ground is sold out, always outside the weekday rush hour and outside most the of the holiday season. FFS.
     
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  3. Plymborn

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    Remember the Grandstand is Hallett's part of the deal.

    Add it to the rest which is Brents responsibility and it comes tumbling down ?
     
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  4. sensiblegreeny

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    Bets this will be the excuse for not building anything...............this is Brent's record so far isn't it. It will all be somebody else's fault of course.
     
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