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SJP Planning Application

By John Rogers2/7/2015 10:58Thu Jul 2 10:58:18 2015

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Big day today as the planning application for SJP goes in front of the council.

We've come a long way in 12 months. Who knows where we could be, with a bit of luck, 12 months from now?

My fingers, toes and eyes are well and truly crossed.

Good luck, Rob, Simon and co.

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Re: SJP Planning Application

By richhend4/7/2015 15:24Sat Jul 4 15:24:06 2015In response to SJP Planning ApplicationTop of thread

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Congratulations to all involved in securing this.

It is the best news the Club has had in many years.

As something of a rarity, a Hendon supporter who actually lives in Hendon it is great that the club will once more be back on home territory.

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Re: SJP Planning Application

By David B2/7/2015 11:47Thu Jul 2 11:47:53 2015In response to SJP Planning ApplicationTop of thread

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I just want to add my thoughts and good luck wishes for everyone attending the meeting tonight.

You know it makes sense to allow the application.

It is for the good of the community as a whole and will be a huge benefit for the London Borough of Brent.

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Re: SJP Planning Application

By StAlbansDon2/7/2015 11:27Thu Jul 2 11:27:44 2015In response to SJP Planning ApplicationTop of thread

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Thank You John! I will tweet as soon as I know the decision tonight.

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Re: SJP Planning Application

By Paul Butler (buts1690)2/7/2015 15:55Thu Jul 2 15:55:17 2015In response to Re: SJP Planning ApplicationTop of thread

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Will be keeping an eye on Twitter from my darts match this evening. Want this to go well more than anything on the footballing side, not just selfishly from a HFC point of view, but particularly for Rob after the amount of time, effort and money he's already put in to it.

All the best chaps.

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Re: SJP Planning Application

By Paul Butler (buts1690)3/7/2015 00:40Fri Jul 3 00:40:09 2015In response to Re: SJP Planning ApplicationTop of thread

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Congratulations to everyone involved, particularly Rob, on the positive outcome from the planning meeting this evening.

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Re: SJP Planning Application

By rwakeley3/7/2015 09:55Fri Jul 3 09:55:50 2015In response to Re: SJP Planning ApplicationTop of thread

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We finally have our own place to call home.
The best news imaginable.
Thank-you to Rob Morris and the Board - here's wishing you every success - you should all be very proud of your achievements.
It's the green light for some truly great times down there and I for one hope all those of whom have contributed to keeping our fantastic club alive never forget the sacrifices made.
It's the catalyst for many more chapters to be written in our illustrious history.
The words phoenix and ashes spring to mind.
Let's make it happen!

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Re: SJP Planning Application

By David B3/7/2015 12:03Fri Jul 3 12:03:05 2015In response to Re: SJP Planning ApplicationTop of thread

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This is fantastic news. As Simon has said, now the hard work really begins.

Congratulations to Rob, Simon and everyone else who has been involved in the work putting the application together.

I think 2016 is going to be a very, very exciting year.

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Re: SJP Planning Application

By Claremont Man3/7/2015 14:30Fri Jul 3 14:30:15 2015In response to Re: SJP Planning ApplicationTop of thread

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A massive thank you to Rob,Simon and their back room boys for giving us a new home in our old heartland.Look forward to seeing the details of the work to be done before we move in.After nearly 7 years on the road it will be good to be on the Green Green 'Grass' of Home in the next year or so.
Again, well done all of you.

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Re: SJP Planning Application

By StAlbansDon3/7/2015 19:10Fri Jul 3 19:10:09 2015In response to Re: SJP Planning ApplicationTop of thread

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Then aim has always been to create a sustainable community club that would ensure Hendon are playing for the next 100 years. The last eighteen months the club has made remarkable progress both on and off the pitch. The future looks brighter than it has for many years and there is a real optimism around our club. We take nothing for granted and know we have much to do before Hendon move into SJP but be reassured that we are working as hard as we can to make our dream a reality. I am just a recent gate crasher to the Hendon party the true heroes are all those involved in keeping the club afloat in the most trying circumstances. With Simon guiding the ship and Gary committing for a further two years the club couldn't be in better hands. The future is very bright!

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Re: SJP Planning Application

By dw3/7/2015 23:42Fri Jul 3 23:42:45 2015In response to Re: SJP Planning ApplicationTop of thread

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It is indeed great news. Perhaps due recognition deserves to be given to Edgware FC, who have clearly played a very active role in aiming to restore a non-league ground to its fullest potential, whilst resurrecting their own club from potential oblivion. I have always felt that a ground-share where one club is a mere tenant is light years away from a genuine ground "share" where two clubs can share and contribute. Let's hope that the future of both clubs is bright for years to come.

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