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By John Fordham (Agingdon)16/4/2015 19:33Thu Apr 16 19:33:38 2015

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Interesting large article in the local free paper (Brent & Kilburn Times) today on residents protests against development of SJP

http://www.kilburntimes.co.uk/news/environment/residents_in_kingsbury_divided_over_football_club_plans_1_4035918

I didn't know about "Kingsbury FC which owns Hendon FC" and "Kingsbury FC, the management arm of Hendon FC" !!! Poetic licence.

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Re: SJP

By StAlbansDon16/4/2015 19:51Thu Apr 16 19:51:37 2015In response to SJPTop of thread

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There are a few inaccuracies in the article, one of which is that Hendon FC is a fans owned club and will remain so. Kingsbury Town Management Co Ltd, who hold the lease issued by Brent Council, will have a hire agreement with Hendon FC. The hire agreement must satisfy the FA and Brent Council In regards to security of tenure. Due to resident objections the planning application is going to committee no earler than 3rd June. SJP is a community project with the vast majority of local residents benefitting from what we are doing. There are a number of people working tirelessly to achieve the outcome we all want. I will keep you updated.

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