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messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by Blah Blah 14 March, 2018 07:49

It could take as long as three years to follow through all the processes to a CPO if Meadow decide to be obstinate. So this could take a while. I really hope it doesn't. I don't follow football, but any business (and I guess even DH is a business) will suffer if decamped for that length of time. There is more at risk that just the actual land and ground from this.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by eastdulwichhenry 14 March, 2018 21:52

Silly question, but shouldn't Meadow have required planning permission to erect those huge fences along Abbotswood Road? I know for a fact that I wouldn't get away with erecting a huge fence like that at the front of my property.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by Siduhe 14 March, 2018 22:19

eastdulwichhenry - James Barber is on the case...

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messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by eastdulwichhenry 14 March, 2018 22:22

Oh jolly good, thanks.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by mary123 14 March, 2018 22:43

Could you advise the dates of the next 3 Saturday home matches, Can never figure out details on web site?

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by eastdulwichhenry 15 March, 2018 11:58

mary123 Wrote:
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> Could you advise the dates of the next 3 Saturday
> home matches, Can never figure out details on web
> site?

Next home matches:

Sun 18, 15:00, Worthing, League
Wed 28, 19:45, Balham, Cup
Sat 31, 15:00, Dorking Wanderers, League
Tue 10 April, 19:45, Tonbridge Angels, League
Sat 14 April, 15:00, Thurrock, League
Sat 28 April, 15:00, Margate, League

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by intexasatthe moment 15 March, 2018 12:33

I wonder how likely it is that Meadows will just apply for and get retrospective planning permission ?

Does anyone understand - and can explain to me - Meadow's motives in these v hostile acts ?

registering DHFC trademarks etc
locking them out of the ground
erecting fences
restricting access

It may be obvious but I can't see what they gain out of it ?
Is it the demise of DHFC ?

Um ,but why the fences ? Some long term plan of adverse possession ?

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by micromacromonkey 15 March, 2018 12:44

Bullying tactics most likely. Relatively cheap activities designed to intimidate and wear down.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by BrandNewGuy 15 March, 2018 12:50

eastdulwichhenry Wrote:
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> Next home matches:
>
> Sun 18, 15:00, Worthing, League
> Wed 28, 19:45, Balham, Cup
> Sat 31, 15:00, Dorking Wanderers, League
> Tue 10 April, 19:45, Tonbridge Angels, League
> Sat 14 April, 15:00, Thurrock, League
> Sat 28 April, 15:00, Margate, League

The Dorking Wanderers game has been move forward to Good Friday, March 30, at 15:00

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by Amanda1979 15 March, 2018 13:08

Maybe they thought if the ground is worthless they would be able to build the flats on the stadium site as per their original plan.... but now they have p***ed the community off there is no way they will get permission. They should have taken Rio Ferdinand's offer.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by intexasatthe moment 15 March, 2018 16:25

"intimidate and wear down" ...what DHFC ? So they'll give up and share a ground elsewhere ?

I can't help thinking that it's just just as likely to rally support and encourage DHFC to carry on ?

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by SoozieW 15 March, 2018 16:29

Amanda1979 Wrote:
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> Maybe they thought if the ground is worthless they
> would be able to build the flats on the stadium
> site as per their original plan.... but now they
> have p***ed the community off there is no way they
> will get permission. They should have taken Rio
> Ferdinand's offer.

Yeah why didn't they take Rio's offer? Were they just cutting their nose to spite their face?

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by Gilloc 15 March, 2018 19:17

SoozieW Wrote:
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> Amanda1979 Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Maybe they thought if the ground is worthless
> they
> > would be able to build the flats on the stadium
> > site as per their original plan.... but now
> they
> > have p***ed the community off there is no way
> they
> > will get permission. They should have taken Rio
> > Ferdinand's offer.
>
> Yeah why didn't they take Rio's offer? Were they
> just cutting their nose to spite their face?


I believe they value it in or around 13m and Rio only offered a measly 10m



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messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by Amanda1979 15 March, 2018 19:22

Apparently any further contact by Rio has been ignored. I wonder if the council will somehow link up with Rio on the affordable housing project as well as the obvious sports interest

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by intexasatthe moment 16 March, 2018 09:25

Helen Hayes

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Im pleased to have secured a debate in Parliament on current issues facing @DulwichHamletFC on Friday 16 March

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by Cora 16 March, 2018 10:21

That's today smiling smiley.....don't have twitter but will be hoping it goes well...

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by EDOldie 16 March, 2018 10:27

[www.parliamentlive.tv] Anyone got any idea what time this debate will be?

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by Cora 16 March, 2018 10:36

Just like to add that I am not a 'footbally' either but love the clubs engagement locally.....and disgusted by Meadow and their greed tactics...

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by Amanda1979 16 March, 2018 10:45

I think I saw on a Facebook post it is 1430

EDOldie Wrote:
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> [www.parliamentlive.tv]-
> 2590-465b-8d48-23c1d39161db Anyone got any idea
> what time this debate will be?

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by EDOldie 16 March, 2018 10:47

Thanks Amanda.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by ianr 16 March, 2018 10:49

> what time this debate will be?

It's an adjournment debate*. Last half hour of the sitting.

* Explained here:[www.parliament.uk]. Friday sittings are said at [www.parliament.uk] to be from 9.30am to 3pm, though presumably they can run late or early. It'll be in Hansard pretty soon anyway.

It should also be viewable on BBC Parliamentary channel, freeview 232.



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messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by intexasatthe moment 16 March, 2018 11:07

I believe it was scheduled for 2.30

DHFC statement
" Helen Hayes MP's adjournment debate on our situation scheduled for 2:30pm in the House of Commons on Friday (16th),"

[www.pitchero.com]



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messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by EDOldie 16 March, 2018 14:36

She's on

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by eastdulwichhenry 16 March, 2018 17:12

What would we expect to get out of the debate in parliament? Other than messages of support, I guess. I assume they can't decide anything legally binding.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by EDOldie 16 March, 2018 17:29

Well I for one thought it was very good. Helen Hayes made a strong and impassioned speech with good support from her own benches. The Minister for Sport knows the club (she saw games there when she lived in Herne Hill) and was very supportive and my understanding was that unless Southwark, the Club and the developers could sort it out she would appoint someone to do it. Well done Helen Hayes for bringing it to such national attention. I'm not making any political point at all but we appear to have a first class constituency MP.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by AGW3 16 March, 2018 20:40

Parliament today https:

Sorry folks, tried posting live video in Parliament but mobile playing up



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messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by AGW3 16 March, 2018 20:59

transcript [hansard.parliament.uk]

messageRe: Dulwich Hamletattachment
Posted by BrandNewGuy 16 March, 2018 23:29

Hamlet boss Gavin Rose looks to sign a top-flight left winger...





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messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by Sue 17 March, 2018 10:03

EDOldie Wrote:
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> appear to have a first class constituency MP.


Agreed!

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by Laddy Muck 17 March, 2018 18:53

It felt good to be part of this cause on this freeeeeezing day. I especially loved the fact that the event was sufficiently big for a police attendance and for the traffic to be stopped! Thumbs up too, to the guy who (I can only imagine) wore perhaps the only pink item in his wardrobe...some flimsy pink shorts...or his underpants...what a stalwart! UP THE HAMLET!

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