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Stamford Bridge thread

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51 minutes ago, xPetrCechx said:

FFS!

westham has a new stadium with 60K seats, sold out for their first game there yesterday, and they are paying only 2.5mil per year for him?!

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Have you seen the distance from the stands to the pitch though? It ruins it.

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On August 5, 2016 at 7:33 AM, The Chels said:

Have you seen the distance from the stands to the pitch though? It ruins it.

I hate stadium with that olympic like track around the pitch. 

But didn't the town force them to make the stadium multi-functional so that they'd pay for it? Or did their architects really think that would be a good stylistic choice? 

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On 06/08/2016 at 2:09 PM, Blue-in-me-Veins said:

I hate stadium with that olympic like track around the pitch. 

But didn't the town force them to make the stadium multi-functional so that they'd pay for it? Or did their architects really think that would be a good stylistic choice? 

It was a requirement from Sport England that it can easily be converted back into athletics mode as and when they need it. The architects were not left with much choice due to the angle of seating needing to be different between football and athletics. The cheapest way of doing it was the shitty retractable seating in the photo

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Chelsea have not kept a clean sheet at Stamford Bridge since November 2015 (9 months). #CFC

The Last Time Chelsea keep a clean sheet at Home. 

http://www.chelseafc.com/matches/2015-16/11/chelsea-norwich-pl.html

http://www.skysports.com/football/chelsea-vs-norwich/341307

http://int.soccerway.com/matches/2015/11/21/england/premier-league/chelsea-football-club/norwich-city-fc/2043178/

CHELSEA -VS- NORWICH CITY

1 - 0

Competition
Premier League
Date
Saturday 21 November 2015
Game week
13
Kick-off
[3:00 pm - England Time] / (04:00 am - (NZDT)[+13 Hours]
 
Half-time
0 - 0
Full-time
1 - 0
Venue
Stamford Bridge (London)
Attendance
41582
 
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1 hour ago, KevinAshburner said:

Chelsea have not kept a clean sheet at Stamford Bridge since November 2015 (9 months). #CFC

The Last Time Chelsea keep a clean sheet at Home. 

http://www.chelseafc.com/matches/2015-16/11/chelsea-norwich-pl.html

http://www.skysports.com/football/chelsea-vs-norwich/341307

http://int.soccerway.com/matches/2015/11/21/england/premier-league/chelsea-football-club/norwich-city-fc/2043178/

CHELSEA -VS- NORWICH CITY

1 - 0

Competition
Premier League
Date
Saturday 21 November 2015
Game week
13
Kick-off
[3:00 pm - England Time] / (04:00 am - (NZDT)[+13 Hours]
 
Half-time
0 - 0
Full-time
1 - 0
Venue
Stamford Bridge (London)
Attendance
41582
 

One hellova record to be proud about! Yay%201_zpsp3nnxqxf.gif  Chelsea%201_zpslxgfqido.gif

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Article on the redevelopment

http://www.eurosport.co.uk/football/premier-league/2015-2016/chelsea-stadium-latest_sto5723811/story.shtml

 

Objections now posted on the RBKC website too, dated 1st August (just search for 'Stamford Bridge' and look under the Decisions tab)

https://www.rbkc.gov.uk/planning/searches/default.aspx

 

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The information submitted with the application fails to demonstrate that the development would not have an unacceptable impact upon the operation of Earl's Court underground station. Therefore, the proposal is contrary to policy CT1(j) of this Borough's Consolidated Local Plan and policies 6.1(j) and 6.3 of The London Plan 2015

In the absence of a suitable S106 obligation to secure an appropriate payment for a review of on-street parking controls, and further payment for implementation of changes to on-street parking controls if necessary in the Royal Borough, the application does not mitigate the impact of the proposals on on-street parking pressure within the Royal Borough, contrary to policies of the Consolidated Local Plan in particular, Policy CT1 and policy 6.13 of the London Plan 2015.

The information submitted with the application fails to demonstrate the demolition and construction phases of the development would not have an adverse impact on this Borough's highways . The submitted information fails to adequately consider the cumulative impact of traffic movements during these phases and the impact on the junction of Fulham Road and Finsborough Road (A3220) which is relied upon by all site traffic. Therefore, the proposal is contrary to policies contained in the Consolidated Local Plan, in particular CT1

The development fails to provide a sufficient number of cycle parking spaces which is likely to lead to an increase in informal cycle parking within the Royal Borough's streets, resulting in unwelcome street clutter, contrary to policies CT1 and CR4 of the Consolidated Local Plan and London Plan 2015 policy 6.9.

The proposed development, by reason of the proximity of the raised walkway to the Stamford Cottage properties, would cause a significant increase in the sense of enclosure and have an unacceptable and harmful impact on the living conditions of occupiers of those properties. This conflicts with policies of this Borough's Consolidated Local Plan , in particular policy CL5.

The proposed development would result in a significant loss of sunlight and daylight to properties in Stamford Cottages and would cause an unacceptable reduction in the living conditions of those properties. This conflicts with policies of this Borough's Consolidated Local Plan 2015, in particular policy CL5.

The proposed development by reason of its development over the railway embankment and its close proximity to Brompton Cemetery, would cause a partial loss of, and harm to, this Borough's Grade 1 Sites of Nature Conservation Importance. The development does not provide appropriate mitigation for this harm and the submitted bat surveys are inadequate to fully assess the ecological impact of the development. This conflicts with policies contained in this Borough's Consolidated Local Plan 2015, in particular policies CE4 and CR5.

The proposal does not include an air quality neutral assessment for transport emissions as is required by the Mayor's Sustainable Design and Construction SPG (2014). It is not possible to determine whether the development would be air quality neutral for transport emissions and if it were not neutral, the mitigation required to offset this is not determined. As such the development could undermine efforts to control the impact of development on air quality in this Borough, contrary to policy CE5 of this Borough's Consolidated Local Plan and policy 7.14 of the London Plan.

The proposed development by reason of its scale and proximity to the Billings Conservation Area and Brompton Cemetery Conservation Area is considered to result in harm to the setting and views from out of these Conservation Areas. Therefore, the proposal is considered contrary to policies in the Consolidated Local Plan, in particular, Policy CL3

 

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On 8/17/2016 at 3:41 AM, KevinAshburner said:

Chelsea have not kept a clean sheet at Stamford Bridge since November 2015 (9 months). #CFC

The Last Time Chelsea keep a clean sheet at Home. 

http://www.chelseafc.com/matches/2015-16/11/chelsea-norwich-pl.html

http://www.skysports.com/football/chelsea-vs-norwich/341307

http://int.soccerway.com/matches/2015/11/21/england/premier-league/chelsea-football-club/norwich-city-fc/2043178/

CHELSEA -VS- NORWICH CITY

1 - 0

Competition
Premier League
Date
Saturday 21 November 2015
Game week
13
Kick-off
[3:00 pm - England Time] / (04:00 am - (NZDT)[+13 Hours]
 
Half-time
0 - 0
Full-time
1 - 0
Venue
Stamford Bridge (London)
Attendance
41582
 

Ridiculous...its been long overdue since we've had to reset this statistic.

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https://www.lbhf.gov.uk/planning/planning-applications/major-planning-applications/stamford-bridge-grounds-planning-application

The revised planning submission seeks full planning permission for:

Demolition of existing stadium and buildings within Stamford Bridge Grounds and construction of a new 60,000 capacity football stadium (Class D2) with ancillary stadium-related uses including a Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant, Club shop, kiosks and museum; restaurant/café (Class A3); together with the construction of a Decking Platform over the District Line railway to the north-west and a Decking Platform over the Southern mainline railway to the east; external concourse areas; associated excavation works; new pedestrian access from Fulham Broadway Station and Fulham Road; new vehicular access via Wansdown Place; car parking; landscaping and related works. (‘Amended Proposed Development’)

 

stamford_bridge_ground_2_tcm21-199540.jp

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so far so good then.

Minor cosmetic changes to original plans plus revised enviromental issues, rail network building etc to be looked for the next month of consultation period.

Club still confident of everything being on schedule

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3 minutes ago, Rhino's Skin said:

so far so good then.

Minor cosmetic changes to original plans plus revised enviromental issues, rail network building etc to be looked for the next month of consultation period.

Club still confident of everything being on schedule

We are pleased to announce that the second consultation period opens today 9 September and will run until 7 October.

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