I opted to register and found getting into the right consultation area (without having seen John's guidance above) a bit of a pain. I went round in a couple of circles, but made it in the end and have left my supportive comments.
I emailed my comments to them and they responded with an email giving me a user name and password. I have since used these to complete the on line form. If you log in and then follow the links John has provided a prompt to comment on line should appear (at least it did when I looked anyway). This takes you straight to the relevant on line form.
I'd like to urge anyone who has not yet registered your support to do so when you have a few spare minutes on line. The more backing this receives the better, both for the club and the local community.
Just to let you all know, following the conclusion of the consultation exercise, this proposal is going before the Council's Planning Advisory Group at 7.30pm tommorow (15/09/09) - meeting to be held in the Civic Offices. I have seen the officers' report to Councillors and whilst this is in no way a 'done deal' I can tell you that the report will be recommending that the development is adopted as part of the Council's Planning Strategy. Well done to everyone for registering their support. The result was an overwhelming positive response including replies from not only regular attendees to GGL but other interest groups such as English Heritage, Sutton Cricket Club and Natural England. What was interesting about the consultation process was that not only was there total support for the idea, but that other suggestions were made regarding access to the facility such as car parking, footpaths, toilets and a cafeteria. Whilst these are all matters that the offficers have said will require further investigation, it just goes to show what happens if you get a debate going in a public domain. Of course, as Doublebarrel has said under a different post, this is all linked to our application for FA Community Status and we are going to need a lot of help with that process. Met Police Community Fun Days, a Women's Football Day (possibly against Hastings on 13 February) and bringing the Colts into the heart of the club are all crucial to our plan so lets follow up the support you registered for the Council proposal with support for the Club's application. I will let you know how the Council meeting goes.
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Jul 27, 2017 13:47:37 GMT
nickbutler: Just came across this site as periodically I search for the "Naughty Boys" who were in my class 5GP This was about 1967 at Glastonbury boys school. Like some others here I came from the Ridge Road primary school and lived in Ridge Road.
Jul 30, 2017 14:48:29 GMT
georgieboy: Brilliant result especially after travelling up on day. Well done all.
Jan 6, 2018 22:11:33 GMT
moatsider29: is the match tonight on media?
Feb 27, 2018 20:10:47 GMT
dos: Alright pal buzzing about Sutton need to up the atmosphere
Mar 25, 2018 4:11:24 GMT
davef: 28th April v Aldershot Town: TICKETS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE ON THE DAY. Season tickets are valid but if you need to buy a match ticket it MUST be purchased in advance.
Apr 12, 2018 9:07:23 GMT
tangerinedub: I live close to bohemians ground in Dublin and am a Blackpool supporter (used to live there) and Bohs are my Irish team.
Sept 12, 2018 14:41:42 GMT
tangerinedub: I can give you any info you want if travelling, pubs, food etc just let me know.
Sept 12, 2018 14:42:57 GMT
tangerinedub: hope you guys enjoy your trip to Dublin.
Oct 2, 2018 14:41:34 GMT
merchandiser: You guys make me laugh, have you been to many away grounds, I don't think so. When we travelled up north for most of the trophy rounds last season, you would not believe, it was like going back to the seventies.
Dec 13, 2018 17:28:58 GMT
scorpioeyes: It's time to scrap play-offs,they are ridiculous.
Apr 29, 2019 20:55:21 GMT