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30 minutes ago, Agbrigg said:

Read previous post page 10 from wholly trinity. Letter from mp to council tells you all.

Developer refusing to build anything or give a penny and he has put two fingers up to council .

No stadium best thing wakey can do is leave city and try to remand in another location. By the way,that will not be Fev

 

If Wakey leave the city though what happens then? Obviously moving to Fev or Cas would be giving in to the council so if they move to Dewsbury let’s say what happens then? Are Wakefield Councul that bothered about Trinity?

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6 minutes ago, Mr Plow said:

If Wakey leave the city though what happens then? Obviously moving to Fev or Cas would be giving in to the council so if they move to Dewsbury let’s say what happens then? Are Wakefield Councul that bothered about Trinity?

Don,t think council are, but Peter box the council leader hates the club and wants to see the end of trinity.

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21 minutes ago, Mr Plow said:

If Wakey leave the city though what happens then? Obviously moving to Fev or Cas would be giving in to the council so if they move to Dewsbury let’s say what happens then? Are Wakefield Councul that bothered about Trinity?

They won't be moving to Dewsbury - they burnt that bridge long since.

Sport, amongst other things, is a dream-world offering escape from harsh reality and the disturbing prospect of change.

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1 hour ago, Agbrigg said:

Read previous post page 10 from wholly trinity. Letter from mp to council tells you all.

Developer refusing to build anything or give a penny and he has put two fingers up to council .

No stadium best thing wakey can do is leave city and try to remand in another location. By the way,that will not be Fev

 

We’ re not moving out of Wakefield we’re moving closer to City Centre, according to Sir Rodney Walker and council back in July.  Balne Lane fields. 

Up the Trin 

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2 minutes ago, WakefieldCityLoyal said:

We’ re not moving out of Wakefield we’re moving closer to City Centre, according to Sir Rodney Walker and council back in July.  Bourne Lane fields. 

Up the Trin 

I’ve heard about that, thought it was just a rumour. It’s close to the station but accessibility would be a problem I think

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1 hour ago, WakefieldCityLoyal said:

We’ re not moving out of Wakefield we’re moving closer to City Centre, according to Sir Rodney Walker and council back in July.  Balne Lane fields. 

Up the Trin 

No we are not, this was another red herring to buy time. It was officially written off as unsuitable by the council a few weeks ago. They then went back to upgrading belle vue as the best option.. 

However we now all know we are not getting a penny out of yorkcourt or anyone else. A new stadium is dead in the water . 

There is no funding and no will from the council. Our time in the city is nearly up. To me I would fold the club altogether ,go out on an high and with dignity. An existence like those two once great clubs hunslet and swinton would be totally unacceptable.

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1 hour ago, WakefieldCityLoyal said:

We’ re not moving out of Wakefield we’re moving closer to City Centre, according to Sir Rodney Walker and council back in July.  Balne Lane fields. 

Up the Trin 

 

5 minutes ago, Agbrigg said:

To me I would fold the club altogether ,go out on an high and with dignity.

Looks like we’ve got both ends of the optimism spectrum here.

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1 hour ago, Mr Plow said:

I’ve heard about that, thought it was just a rumour. It’s close to the station but accessibility would be a problem I think

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The people making millions and people allowing them to make millions without fulfilling their obligations to build or contribute to the community stadium, which because of the promised community stadium is the only reason they’re able to make millions need throwing in that big building at the bottom of that picture.

 Up the Trin 

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3 minutes ago, Les Tonks Sidestep said:

Well, Wakefield have threatened several times and at one point announced that they were taking legal advice, but haven't yet. Wonder why?

You haven't been following developments, have you?

Legal action is very much on the cards now - it depends on the WMDC response to the most recent planning application for the Newmarket site.

If WMDC approve it, the Trust will take them to Judicial Review.

If WMDC don't approve it, the threat is the developer will take them to court.

Either way, the SoS becomes involved.

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2 hours ago, dboy said:

You haven't been following developments, have you?

Legal action is very much on the cards now - it depends on the WMDC response to the most recent planning application for the Newmarket site.

If WMDC approve it, the Trust will take them to Judicial Review.

If WMDC don't approve it, the threat is the developer will take them to court.

Either way, the SoS becomes involved.

The council will initially reject it but it will be over-turned in court. Yorkcourts solictors know they have this in the bag on technical grounds, it’s all part of the long game. Pains me to say it but unless we accept a low scale Belle Vue upgrade the club is done.

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9 hours ago, Les Tonks Sidestep said:

Well, Wakefield have threatened several times and at one point announced that they were taking legal advice, but haven't yet. Wonder why?

Simple reason is money and the lack of it.

Same with the council. They don't have the cash to defend an appeal should they reject this planning application. 

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Just now, dboy said:

You haven't been following developments, have you?

Legal action is very much on the cards now - it depends on the WMDC response to the most recent planning application for the Newmarket site.

If WMDC approve it, the Trust will take them to Judicial Review.

If WMDC don't approve it, the threat is the developer will take them to court.

Either way, the SoS becomes involved.

We'll see. Any link?

2 hours ago, PREPOSTEROUS said:

Simple reason is money and the lack of it.

Same with the council. They don't have the cash to defend an appeal should they reject this planning application. 

So not clear cut as we're supposed to believe then? If it was, it wouldn't even reach court.

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47 minutes ago, Les Tonks Sidestep said:

We'll see. Any link?

So not clear cut as we're supposed to believe then? If it was, it wouldn't even reach court.

Well the developer has instructed their solictors, the stadium trust are instructing theirs. Legal action has been held off as the developer has, until now, kept their false pretence that they would contribute to the community facilities. 

Now it's official they are not so it can progress to legal.

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