Ahead of our AGM tomorrow at 2pm at the Griffin Pub, below is a link to the previously published minutes of the last AGM and also the agenda for the meeting tomorrow. BIAS AGM – Minutes 2016 BIAS AGM -2017 Agenda
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BIAS deplores Sky’s casual treatment of fans who yet again face difficult journeys at an important time of year for many, for the sake of television fixtures. While we understand the financial benefits, and the importance of income to the club, BIAS also question at what point the balance lies between taking every available income stream and protecting loyal fans. We understand it is difficult for clubs to say no to moving fixtures, but would like to better understand the
The BIAS AGM for 2017 is being held on Saturday 4th of November. Whilst members of BIAS are always invited to attend monthly Committee meetings, the AGM offers a particular opportunity for members to understand what BIAS has been focusing on for the past year, as well as learn more about how they can get involved and help represent fans interests to the club. This year, we have campaigned on a number of issues, including stewarding, ticket prices, concessions and
Following on from our requests at the fans and stadium forums, the Club have selected a group of fans to consult on some of the stadium plans. This includes three members of the current BIAS committee. We will of course attend and participate, because we think it’s important to do so and feel that any consultation with fans is positive and will help the stadium be better. We will also will continue to push for a more structured consultation, via
The BIAS Annual General Meeting will be on Saturday 4th November before the evening Leeds United home match.
A reminder that The Football Club have agreed to run a Fans Forum this coming Thursday. The event will run from 7.00pm in The Hive at Griffin Park. On the panel will be Brentford Chairman Cliff Crown, Chief Executive Mark Devlin, Sporting Directors Rasmus Ankersen and Phil Giles as well as Head Coach Dean Smith. Admission is free and the bar in The Hive bar will be open. If you would like BIAS to ask a question on your behalf please
The club has today released some details about its planned changes to the new stadium. BIAS was informed, in a meeting with the club last week, that they felt it necessary to conduct a de-risking exercise on the Lionel Road stadium plans, with the dual purpose of reducing cost and making construction easier. We now understand that this work started in May 2016. We are disappointed that this exercise has been carried out without any input from fans, who will