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Opposition to Hendon's move to SJP

By Simon8/5/2015 13:38Fri May 8 13:38:46 2015

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Opposition to Hendon's move to SJP is hotting up - please take a look and, if you're so inclined, add a supportive comment. Thanks

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Re: Opposition to Hendon's move to SJP

By Claremont Man8/5/2015 16:10Fri May 8 16:10:08 2015In response to Opposition to Hendon's move to SJPTop of thread

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No great surprise that local residents in the SJP area are voicing their fears over our plans,but I am confident that Rob,Simon and co.with their legal advisers can convince them that they have little to worry about.Brent Council seem to be supportive of things so far and I am sure that they are very concious that we will be offering a lot of activities that they are unable to fund themselves due to more pressing demands on their finances and I am sure this will be an ace in our pack. As long as we pow wow with objectors and convince them of the benefits that the HFC project will bring to the locality we have every reason to be optimistic of success in our hopes of a home of our own.

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Re: Opposition to Hendon's move to SJP

By John Fordham (Agingdon)8/5/2015 19:31Fri May 8 19:31:01 2015In response to Re: Opposition to Hendon's move to SJPTop of thread

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Also not suprised that residents have fears. However there are many examples of football grounds at our level which have a residential setting where, as far as I know, there are no problems. Just look at Harrow Boro. Also Margate immediately comes to mind - relatively high attendances and ground much closer to houses than SJP. I think that the main concern should be vehicle parking and if this can be sorted out with the Council then would be big plus. Good luck to Rob et al.

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