Monthly Archives: February 2011

stadium discussion on BB1 tonight

Discussion about the stadium will be on ‘late kick off’ at 11.05 this eve (Mon 21 Feb) on BBC1 A film crew were at Adams Park on Saturday to ask fans for their views on the proposed move to the … Continue reading

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Why are WDC so for the Stadium?

As busy GASP protestors it’s easy for us to perhaps miss some of the reasons why a stadium project would be a good idea.  WDC appears very pro the project, with a lot of positive spin, so I thought it … Continue reading

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stadium consultation flaws

Dear BFP, At the WDC Special Improvement & Review Commission meeting on Tuesday 15th February members of the public had the opportunity to listen to Cllr Ian McEnnis’s proposal to ‘call-in’ the Cabinet’s decision to proceed with the proposed stadium … Continue reading

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Another WSDL Job Advertised

After posting details last Tuesday (8th February) of a WSDL recruitment ad for a Project Manager, another position has emerged. WSDL is advertising for a Senior Construction Development Manager to work on a £70m project [including] a 20,000 seat stadium, … Continue reading

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How Big Is 240 Acres?

To help you get a perspective on how much Green Belt will be destroyed, we thought this diagram helps. After placing a few local and national landmarks into the area you get an impression. Staggeringly, 20 Eden Shopping Centres fit … Continue reading

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stadium manager job advertised

WDC has now published an update: A special meeting of Wycombe District Council’s Improvement and Review Commission has been set for 7.30pm on Tuesday 15 February, to decide whether to proceed with the call-in on the Wycombe Community Stadium … Continue reading

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Hughenden Valley Residents Association has joined GASP

We’re very pleased to announce that Hughenden Valley Residents Association has joined GASP. Dory Morgan of HVRA Planning sub-committee says: ‘HVRA has long upheld the importance of safeguarding the Green Belt and Chilterns AONB. We are members of the Chiltern … Continue reading

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