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  • #31
    Originally posted by brightonr View Post
    Hits is going to be devastated.
    Not yet mate.

    The old, rare species of worm card has yet to be played from the one man and his dog crowd.

    Fully expect this to drag on and on.

    Wake me up when shovel meets soil.
    nsa/cia spy on this..............┌∩┐(◣_◢)┌∩┐

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    • #32
      The worm has turned though because after paying their legal fees and the councils they will all be looking for jobs there.

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      • #33
        http://www.shepherdsbushw12.com/defa...ge=qpr1811.htm

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        • #34
          Hopefully the club will start working on this now. Anyone know how long it is likely to take and when QPR can start training there?

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          • #35
            Jumpers for goal posts, lets get over there now!

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            • #36
              Makes me laugh that objectors say .. ..........His view was backed by the Campaign for the Protection of Rural England. Alice Roberts from CPRE said: ''This is Londonís open green space and Ealing Council should not be enabling this large development, so damaging to the landscape. Leasing the land rent-free to a private company for 200 years is astonishing.

              "The alternative vision is to build a modest new community pavilion to service all the pitches for schools and sporting clubs, and keep the entire site for community use, thus protecting Londonís green space. This is feasible, but we have to stop the Council from giving away public land to private owners first."

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              Doesn't seem like they had any plans for the land until we came knocking. So what do they want, football pitches and a pavilion that will take up taxpayers money and probably be run by the council or a state of the art training complex with much better kept pitches and facilities run by a professional club at no cost whatsoever to the taxpayer that the public can still use by joining certain clubs and groups?

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              • #37
                Originally posted by qprjeff1882 View Post

                Makes me laugh that objectors say .. ..........His view was backed by the Campaign for the Protection of Rural England. Alice Roberts from CPRE said: ''This is Londonís open green space and Ealing Council should not be enabling this large development, so damaging to the landscape. Leasing the land rent-free to a private company for 200 years is astonishing.

                "The alternative vision is to build a modest new community pavilion to service all the pitches for schools and sporting clubs, and keep the entire site for community use, thus protecting Londonís green space. This is feasible, but we have to stop the Council from giving away public land to private owners first."

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                Doesn't seem like they had any plans for the land until we came knocking. So what do they want, football pitches and a pavilion that will take up taxpayers money and probably be run by the council or a state of the art training complex with much better kept pitches and facilities run by a professional club at no cost whatsoever to the taxpayer that the public can still use by joining certain clubs and groups?
                Absolutely that's what they are getting a maintainance free sporting facility that's paying business rates to Ealing council

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