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121 of 130  Sat 10th Jun 2017 5:22pm  
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122 of 130  Tue 5th Sep 2017 9:51am  
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No return to Brandon for Bees Oh my No great surprise there, then, but some hope for a new stadium Smile
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123 of 130  Wed 6th Sep 2017 12:59pm  
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Response from the "Save Coventry Speedway and Stox" Campaign Group THE Campaign Group acknowledges the article published in the Coventry Telegraph on September 5, which includes speculation over new land for a stadium. Although disappointed with some of the content, we have no issues whatsoever with the Telegraph reporting the information they have been given. It is important to stress that a return to Brandon – however unlikely – is not completely ruled out at this stage. The Rugby 5-Year plan has been submitted to the Secretary of State and does not include the redevelopment of Brandon. Should a speculative application for planning be submitted by Brandon Estates Ltd – which we have been led to believe will be the case for some time – their next step upon rejection is unknown at present. Unfortunately, given the complete unwillingness of Brandon Estates Ltd to communicate with us despite multiple attempts – and the possibility of working on mutually beneficial solutions – we cannot predict what would happen if an appeal to the Secretary of State is also rejected. In that case, it would almost certainly be a 10-15 year period before development could be considered. It is true to say that land has been earmarked for a possible new stadium, and following numerous meetings and conversations with councillors from both Rugby and Coventry, the Leader of Rugby Borough Council urged the Campaign Group to arrange for a pre-planning application to be submitted. With an architect employed to prepare the application, this was subsequently submitted on August 25. We would have much preferred for this development to remain confidential and, pending a positive reception from the Planning Officer, the matter could then have gone into the public domain ahead of the formal planning process – rather than the possibility of building up false hopes amongst speedway and stock car fans. We are now awaiting further communication with the Leader of Rugby Borough Council prior to making public the views of the Principal Planning Officer, which were conveyed at the end of last week. Finally, we do not go along with the view that Coventry Speedway must run in 2018 – at whatever venue, or at whatever level of racing - in order for it to survive. However, we would always support the return of a Coventry team, as long as it was viable and could operate in the full traditions of our proud history of racing at the top level of the sport. Birmingham and Leicester are two recent examples of clubs which have returned after decades away from racing – although naturally we hope our own absence is nowhere near as lengthy. It may be the case that it is important for the current ‘on ice’ Coventry Speedway promotion to get on track in 2018, but this should not be confused with the main issue of seeking a sustainable long-term future at a stadium in the Coventry area. Finally, we thank the Coventry Telegraph for their renewed interest in the story and trust they will make strenuous efforts to seek the views of all parties, including Brandon Estates Ltd, as to how two major sports can be returned to their rightful place in the area and end this year-long misery for thousands of supporters.
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124 of 130  Tue 26th Sep 2017 6:25pm  
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Plans unveiled for 250 houses - Telegraph article
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125 of 130  Thu 28th Sep 2017 6:34pm  
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Security failure prompts council to issue Coventry Stadium owners formal notice - report
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126 of 130  Tue 3rd Oct 2017 7:27pm  
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The Save Coventry Campaign Group would like to invite all supporters and local residents to a meeting on Monday October 9. This meeting will take place in association with the NSSC at the Brandon Club, starting at 8pm. The purpose of the meeting is to update everyone on the latest position in the efforts to bring speedway and stock car racing back to Coventry, as we approach one year since Brandon last staged racing. There have been several developments over recent months, not all of which have been accurately reported, and we will be looking to set the record straight on a number of issues and hopefully give supporters a clearer understanding of the current position. All speedway and stock car supporters, and local residents concerned by the possibility of housing, are more than welcome to attend. Venue: Brandon Club, Main Street, Brandon, Coventry CV8 3HW
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127 of 130  Wed 4th Oct 2017 9:16am  
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128 of 130  Sun 29th Oct 2017 7:54am  
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Brandon Estates Ltd held a public exhibition on 19 October at the Brandon Hall Hotel to show their plans for housing development on the stadium site Residents, fans and the press, including television, were in attendance The "Save Coventry Speedway & Stox" campaign group have now published their reaction to the exhibition, and this can be read on their website here Perhaps those forum members with an interest in or who support the return of Coventry Stadium as a motor sports venue will back the campaign - please refer to the last three paragraphs in the campaign group's reaction on how to express such support
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129 of 130  Wed 1st Nov 2017 9:23am  
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Shocking state of Coventry Stadium Angry
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130 of 130  Thu 2nd Nov 2017 7:37pm  
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