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Re: New ground vision

By supahoops74/2 12:52Sun Feb 4 12:52:47 2024In response to Re: New ground vision

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Points taken regards Casuals and the Hawker centre.
'Unlikely' may have been an understatement, but its a perfect size for a small enclosed footballing facility. I can dream.
I would have completely disregarded Imber Court a little while back, but there is some uncertainty over the ownership/Freehold of the entire site. Speaking to a few former and retired Met officers, they say the land was bequeathed to the Met by the owner years ago for the sole use and benefit of serving and retired officers and for the mounted branch that used to be there. A leisure company runs the site, so I'm assuming the Met are the freeholders. I wasn't thinking of purchasing the 'ready made' footballing facility/ground there, merely ground sharing initially and then perhaps securing a lengthy lease to stay there. It depends who holds the Freehold.
With less than £750,000 reported as left, it would be a no brainer not to try it. No building from scratch, no building costs.
Could still apply for grants etc. If the Met wraps up its senior footballing set up, other clubs will be queing to grab the facilities. The board should act now.

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