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
Category Archives: Lionel Road
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
BIAS welcomes the news that on the 1st April, the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government; the Rt Hon. Greg Clark MP approved the Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) for the land required for Brentford FC’s new stadium at Lionel Road. We would like to thank all the staff of Lionel Road Stadium Limited and the London Borough of Hounslow who led the CPO process for all of their efforts. BIAS will continue to liaise with the football club
Share your experiences and inform the club’s planning for the Brentford Community Stadium The Stadium team would like to know about your experiences attending matches, not just a Griffin Park, so they can make sure that the good and the bad are considered in their planning for the Brentford Community Stadium. The questions in this survey were created based on feedback received from supporters at the Stadium Team’s two consultation events held during September. Your answers will help them learn from your past experiences across the
The BIAS Committee meeting scheduled for this Saturday 26th September has been Postponed.
Fans are invited to register to take part in one of two focus groups looking at your ideal matchday experience. We would like to know about your match day experiences, both good and bad, so we can understand what you want the Brentford Community Stadium to be like. The new stadium project team will be hosting two focus groups in The Hive, one before the Preston North End match and the other prior to the Sheffield Wednesday game each lasting
Brentford FC have announced today that they have signed a Development Agreement with Wilmott Dixon to build the new Community Stadium at Lionel Road, incorporating the stadium itself, 910 apartments as well the redevelopment of Griffin Park, once vacated by the club. Brentford FC Chairman Cliff Crown stated “Signing the Development Agreement with Willmott Dixon is the next significant step towards our goal of playing in a new community stadium. “I’d like to thank all parties involved in finalising the agreement,
The London Assembly Regeneration Committee are investigating Stadium-led regeneration projects in the capital and the advantages and disadvantages of such schemes.
Brentford FC and the London Borough of Hounslow have today (13/06/2014) signed the Section 106 planning agreement for the new Community Stadium and 910 residential units at Lionel Road South. This enables Hounslow Council to formally issue the planning permission which was was given the go ahead from the Planning Committee on the 5th December 2013 subject to referral to The Mayor of London and the Secretary of State. The Mayor’s office confirmed the decision on the 18th of February
Brentford FC have received the go-ahead to proceed with the development of the new 20,000 capacity Community Stadium at Lionel Road. Yesterday (13th March 2014), Nick Boles, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Planning confirmed the decision of Hounslow Council Planning Committee and the Greater London Authority (GLA) to grant planning permission for the Football Club’s planning application. The application was referred to the Secretary of State’s office after English Heritage objected to the application. After carefully reviewing the information