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Change to BIAS Constitution

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Following the BIAS AGM on the 17th October 2015 to constitution has been amended. This is a change which was proposed to ensure that in the event of a Committee Member standing down we give all members an opportunity to put themselves forward to be co-opted. Section 5.9 now reads as follows: 5.9. If any members of the Executive Committee retire, resign, or leave the Committee for any reason, the remaining members shall have the power to co-opt replacements. All

Changes to advance ticket sales

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BIAS welcomes Brentford FC’s action on ticket prices following our lobbying on this issue. With immediate effect, Bees fans will now be able to get the cheaper advanced price match tickets until 4pm the day before kick-off for every home match. The move comes after BIAS called on the club to change the new pricing structure that came into effect this season. This saw match ticket prices increased by £5 for all but junior match tickets, seven days ahead of

Time running out for special 125 Year Book

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The campaign to publish a special second edition of the 125 Years of Brentford book is running out with only 6 days remaining to raise just under £3,000.   £12,000 has been pledged to date. The book is a comprehensive history of the entire clubs history.  Ever wanted to know more about the formation of BIAS, the successful election of a Councillor from the ABeeC party?  What about the 1967 proposed QPR takeover? The first edition of the book was commissioned

London Living Wage

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BIAS have been advised that that Brentford FC have budgeted for the current financial year for all staff to be paid London Living Wage, with an adjustment for staff aged 16-18, who will be paid slightly less than London Living Wage but more than the minimum wage.

Lionel Road: Development Agreement Signed

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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,

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