No why would I.Can you link me up to the company who has got the contract to survey EFC new ground?
Talk to the wall mate, you get more understanding... on a personal note; I don't mind taking on Wummers if I have a nothing else on at the moment, but I have to go out and take the kids to the swings soonYou might be right, but I think you're showing a massive lack of understanding of basic business decision making. The vast majority of the costs associated with putting in a planning application have already been incurred, so they might as well finish the first part of the job and put the application in.
By the time permission is granted, the situation on Brexit ( which may influence the financing ) should me much clearer. In the unlikely event that the finances aren't working at that time, then they can mothball the project, knowing PP is sorted.
I think the issue @tommye is that the type of poster you're referring to are becoming ever more obvious and frequent in numbers. A purge is needed.Baffles me why normally sane posters engage with the absolute flute. Same with the other weapons posting in here. Just scroll past, no biggie.
ah mate stop itI'd say our new stadium to get built requires not only for EFC to stay in the PL but to get top 4...regularly.
To do that EFC need to get things right on the pitch first and foremost. Therefore you have to appoint a manager to be able to get things right on the pitch...someone like Diego Simeone for example...a real man manager who can get the best out of what he has to work with.
So until EFC appoint the right manager everything is at a stand still...know wat I mean?
I know about the three year timescale, I mentioned it here ..You’re correct, once planning permission is in, much of the planning, work and finance has been completed, but the clock also starts ticking at that point too.
By law, there is a finite period (I believe, 3 years) where by, if circumstances changed and the club weren’t able to commence work for whatever reason, they would be forced to make a new application and double up on any associated costs.
Mothballing the project (or appearing to do so) once planning permission for something like this is granted, is an unlikely option - one that would cause a great deal of unneccessary concern and publicity.
It’s much wiser to hang on a few months, ensure the safety of the club on the pitch, assess the economic environment after the political climate has settled and make some firm decisions at that point.
That’s me with my naturally risk-averse hat on as a business owner.
I'm a co-business owner, and, if you wait till everything is 100% nailed on, then you risk not growing your business effectively. At this point in time, if the board are 90%+ confident of securing the finances and have contractors all but ready to sign, then delaying pp for a few months makes little sense.It's normally good for three years. If you've started work within three years then, so long as you hadn't obviously kicked things off just to get a tick in the box, you'd be allowed to complete. If you havn't started, you'd need to reapply, but, unless something material has changed in the interim, you'd almost certainly be approved again.
For a project like BMD, it'd be very unusual if it was less than three years, and fairly unusual to be more than that.
Fair enough mate, to each their own, I’d just disagree. I don’t think you need to be 100% certain, but you do need to manage risk and there are lots of variables at play now that won’t be in 3 months time.I'm a co-business owner, and, if you wait till everything is 100% nailed on, then you risk not growing your business effectively. At this point in time, if the board are 90%+ confident of securing the finances and have contractors all but ready to sign, then delaying pp for a few months makes little sense.
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