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Online paul_e

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Re: Villa Park Redevelopment
« Reply #1470 on: September 08, 2022, 01:10:52 PM »
All looks very impressive. Not sure if been mentioned but I was surprised to see that on 1 labelled pictorial image, there was a site noted as future training ground !
Surely having ploughed all the cash into BMH, thatís not a consideration in the next 10 years or so ?

I assume you mean the area over the river from the station, if so I think that's going t0 be a new academy centre to replace the setup that's currently in what used to be stumps, that's being taken down to be replaced with villa live and the new car parking.

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Re: Villa Park Redevelopment
« Reply #1471 on: September 08, 2022, 01:56:48 PM »
All looks very impressive. Not sure if been mentioned but I was surprised to see that on 1 labelled pictorial image, there was a site noted as future training ground !
Surely having ploughed all the cash into BMH, thatís not a consideration in the next 10 years or so ?


I assume you mean the area over the river from the station, if so I think that's going t0 be a new academy centre to replace the setup that's currently in what used to be stumps, that's being taken down to be replaced with villa live and the new car parking.

I see what you mean and yes Iíve seen that labelled as brookvale acadamyÖ..the training ground was the other side, possibly a bit further away

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Re: Villa Park Redevelopment
« Reply #1472 on: September 08, 2022, 03:02:47 PM »
"Design and Access Statement Part 1" on page 2 is the document with all the good stuff.

EDIT and part 2, too

Just looking at this now. Not the bestest of starts....the old transpositional error...

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Founded in 1847, Aston Villa Football Club (AVFC) have been at their current
ground at Villa Park since 1897...

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Re: Villa Park Redevelopment
« Reply #1473 on: September 08, 2022, 04:36:01 PM »
All looks very impressive. Not sure if been mentioned but I was surprised to see that on 1 labelled pictorial image, there was a site noted as future training ground !
Surely having ploughed all the cash into BMH, thatís not a consideration in the next 10 years or so ?


I assume you mean the area over the river from the station, if so I think that's going t0 be a new academy centre to replace the setup that's currently in what used to be stumps, that's being taken down to be replaced with villa live and the new car parking.

I see what you mean and yes Iíve seen that labelled as brookvale acadamyÖ..the training ground was the other side, possibly a bit further away

Itís the same thing, there is an outdoor and an indoor pitch. Itís an inner-city academy so we donít miss out on local talent who havenít got the means to travel to Bodymoor, which is not well-served by public transport.

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Re: Villa Park Redevelopment
« Reply #1474 on: September 08, 2022, 07:34:09 PM »
Given Charles III will not be around for too long should the redeveloped plans be updated to include a Royal Box for Williams visits to home matches.

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Re: Villa Park Redevelopment
« Reply #1475 on: September 08, 2022, 07:38:12 PM »
Given Charles III will not be around for too long should the redeveloped plans be updated to include a Royal Box for Williams visits to home matches.
Depending on his wife letting him going down the match every week or going for a walk around the park with the children,he have to put his foot down

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Re: Villa Park Redevelopment
« Reply #1476 on: September 08, 2022, 07:42:08 PM »
Given Charles III will not be around for too long should the redeveloped plans be updated to include a Royal Box for Williams visits to home matches.

Definitely, Wills, John Carew, Yorkie and all the boys

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Re: Villa Park Redevelopment
« Reply #1477 on: September 21, 2022, 05:10:22 PM »
Chance for supporters to show their support for the redevelopment by signing this open letter.

Link

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Re: Villa Park Redevelopment
« Reply #1478 on: September 22, 2022, 08:12:30 AM »
Given Charles III will not be around for too long should the redeveloped plans be updated to include a Royal Box for Williams visits to home matches.

No, but I'd be happy to find room for a guillotine.

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Re: Villa Park Redevelopment
« Reply #1479 on: September 22, 2022, 08:31:21 AM »
Given Charles III will not be around for too long should the redeveloped plans be updated to include a Royal Box for Williams visits to home matches.

No, but I'd be happy to find room for a guillotine.
You know treason is still a hanging offence?

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Re: Villa Park Redevelopment
« Reply #1480 on: September 22, 2022, 08:31:49 AM »
Given Charles III will not be around for too long should the redeveloped plans be updated to include a Royal Box for Williams visits to home matches.

No, but I'd be happy to find room for a guillotine.
You know treason is still a hanging offence?

It isn't. .

Offline LukeJames

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Re: Villa Park Redevelopment
« Reply #1481 on: September 22, 2022, 09:39:42 AM »
We should incorporate one anyway, just incase anybody's having a bad game.

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Re: Villa Park Redevelopment
« Reply #1482 on: September 22, 2022, 10:25:16 AM »
We should incorporate one anyway, just incase anybody's having a bad game.

If the judgement was taken from the match threads on here, we could do our bit for the environment by significantly reduced the world's population.

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Re: Villa Park Redevelopment
« Reply #1483 on: September 22, 2022, 02:53:03 PM »
Given Charles III will not be around for too long should the redeveloped plans be updated to include a Royal Box for Williams visits to home matches.

No, but I'd be happy to find room for a guillotine.
You know treason is still a hanging offence?

It isn't. .
I am sure we they can make an exception.

Offline Gaztonniller

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Re: Villa Park Redevelopment
« Reply #1484 on: September 22, 2022, 11:21:13 PM »
About time too. Can't understand why it taken so long for his city to have a stadium able to hold 50000+
If the club and City want to attract and host major sporting events then good sized stadia is vital.
Get it sorted

 


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