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Re: Hive

Postby sheriffsam » 02 Aug 2013, 08:50

all sounds a bit ridiculous to me.
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Re: Hive

Postby ninestein » 02 Aug 2013, 10:26

Also, if we are not permitted to use them until permission is granted, then might we be forced to bring kickoffs forward to 2pm in September when the light starts to fade later in the afternoon?
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Re: Hive

Postby lyonsdownbee » 02 Aug 2013, 11:18

Until the council make a descision and various appeal processes they are not illegal.
That is what retrospective planning is.
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Re: Hive

Postby ninestein » 02 Aug 2013, 11:31

So when Luton come to town we can aim the floodlights upwards to follow the ball
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Re: Hive

Postby BeesKnees » 02 Aug 2013, 11:49

lyonsdownbee wrote:Until the council make a descision and various appeal processes they are not illegal.
That is what retrospective planning is.


I think it's not that simple, the floodlights themselves may not be illegal but using them isnt covered by planning, it's covered by public nuisance laws. Although part of planning is to determine whether something will cause a public nuisance if used.
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Re: Hive

Postby lyonsdownbee » 02 Aug 2013, 14:51

BarnetSteve wrote:
lyonsdownbee wrote:Until the council make a descision and various appeal processes they are not illegal.
That is what retrospective planning is.


I think it's not that simple, the floodlights themselves may not be illegal but using them isnt covered by planning, it's covered by public nuisance laws. Although part of planning is to determine whether something will cause a public nuisance if used.

As always your contributions are always welcome.
One thing I would ask is that at any stage during the build the local authority could have demanded we stop building, this they did not do.
The floodlights might be an issue, but I cannot see the club being asked to dismantle the west stand, because due to its structure that is what would have to happen.
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Re: Hive

Postby amberdream » 04 Aug 2013, 19:58

The value of the Hive was in evidence today when not only were AEL Limassol training there again but also Real Betis, who play Fulham in a PSF next week.
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Re: Hive

Postby ninestein » 04 Aug 2013, 21:33

I wonder where Scotland will be training next week before they play England at Wembley?
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Re: Hive

Postby jimmy_sweden » 05 Aug 2013, 08:02

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Re: Hive

Postby 1983 » 05 Aug 2013, 14:25

I'm guessing there's still more painting to be done (cladding looks really patchy):
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Re: Hive

Postby finchleyman » 05 Aug 2013, 15:12

I think we should take heart that the Council did not refuse the application which they could have done.

The lghts can be used for evening matches as long as they are not a nuisance and it would be up to the Council to prove that they are a nuisance and this will be determined by Environmental Health. As the Council obviously have very mixed views on all of this, I imagine that this wil go to the wire.

But the quicker everything can be sorted the better because, as an earlier poster said, the elections are looming.

Who knows anything about the politics of Harrow?
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Re: Hive

Postby letchbee94 » 05 Aug 2013, 20:36

amberdream wrote:The value of the Hive was in evidence today when not only were AEL Limassol training there again but also Real Betis, who play Fulham in a PSF next week.


So???
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Re: Hive

Postby BeesKnees » 05 Aug 2013, 20:59

Do you think TK let them train there for nothing?
Must be a few quid in the kitty we wouldnt have otherwise.
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Re: Hive

Postby amberdream » 05 Aug 2013, 21:14

letchbee94 wrote:
amberdream wrote:The value of the Hive was in evidence today when not only were AEL Limassol training there again but also Real Betis, who play Fulham in a PSF next week.


So???


If you look on the AEL Limassol and Real Betis websites Barnet were big news last weekend....that cannot be bad. AEL Limassol seemed genuinely chuffed to be training in the same facility as Real Betis. Irrespective of the income this may produce the contacts and recognition are invaluable. I think Barnet FC and the Hive have greater recognition in Europe than in the NLP and that can't be bad.
I'm surprised you don't see the value of building relationships and probably making a few bob along the way ?
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Re: Hive

Postby BeeBee » 05 Aug 2013, 22:08

amberdream wrote:
letchbee94 wrote:
amberdream wrote:The value of the Hive was in evidence today when not only were AEL Limassol training there again but also Real Betis, who play Fulham in a PSF next week.


So???


If you look on the AEL Limassol and Real Betis websites Barnet were big news last weekend....that cannot be bad. AEL Limassol seemed genuinely chuffed to be training in the same facility as Real Betis. Irrespective of the income this may produce the contacts and recognition are invaluable. I think Barnet FC and the Hive have greater recognition in Europe than in the NLP and that can't be bad.
I'm surprised you don't see the value of building relationships and probably making a few bob along the way ?


Some really great points amberdream....I think we are actully turning into a recognized great club and might be actually popular for footballing and infrastructure reasons rather than laughing stock reasons!....The Hive has bloody awesome potential!!
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