Discussion in 'Bulletin Board' started by Young Nudger, Nov 14, 2017.
It came from the Sterling Consortium. Essentially a massive loan at a huge interest rate
I work with planning applications.
If a developer ticks all the boxes then the local authority planning department cannot refuse the development.
Slightly different to what the OP insinuates then as BMBC presumably has 50% shareholdings in the corporate entity that is (again) presumably the freehold proprietor of Oakwell and the surrounding land due to its initial investment in the acquisition as opposed to a scheme devised by PC to safeguard the assets. Looks like the legal estate won’t change hands, only that Chien’s consortium is looking to purchase all shares in Oakwell Community Assets Limited. Interesting stuff.
PC drove it.
Big big thanks to him for that
I'll just be relieved when it's all done one way or another.
Why must BFC stay at oskwell?
No mr.cryne sold 50% for £1
No there are rules and regs relating to planning aplications, the council can't just decide to refuse an application because it suits them without lawful reason for doing so. If they did the developer could appeal to the secretary of state and would be likely to win the appeal.
Not my recollection
Fai enough what's your recollection
Both Cryne and BMBC put up £2 million each to buy the ground and prevent it from falling into the hands of The Sterling Consortium
Is this to offset the total disrespect and lack of compassion you showed him in the other thread? You’re a class act....
"I work" is the shocking statement in this.
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