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Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread


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3 hours ago, SimonR said:

The Pipedream Arena, 2013 - 2018

It was never going to happen, they would have to have spent actual money after all. Btw how many Tilsons have they wasted on these proposed new stadiums? :whistle2:

Yes the Pipedream Arena never gonna happen now :laugh: always worth a look at this picture.

BRFC pipedream stadium.jpg

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7 hours ago, SirColinOfMansfield said:

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"The proposed 21,700 seater stadium, a joint venture with UWE, was granted planning permission on January 17 2013 with a five year expiration date set on the consent.

That consent is due to expire on January 17 2018, meaning that work must begin by early next year at the latest if the club are to avoid having to reapply for planning permission."

So as The Gap prepares to come of age in 2018 and gets ready to celebrate its 18th birthday .... their planning permission for UWE expires today!

 

 

Looking at the traffic and crowd, must have been match day !

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17 minutes ago, slartibartfast said:

Looking at the traffic and crowd, must have been match day !

No need for a match with the South Glos Bowl, a "pipe" dream was the closest it got to smoking and fire.

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Have they not extended the planning permission then? Regardless of what happens in the near future I would have thought the UWE would have kept the planning permission open (unless for something like a stadium it is a ridiculous cost)?

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