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I know we are all very frustrated with the pace of the new stadium but everything is not sweet down the road at the scunts, there appears to be problems over there as well so with a little bit of patience (not another 20 years though) we will eventually get there.


Why would that make us feel any better?


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Quick question, its been reported that between 1400 and 1600 new houses are to be built as part of the funding for the development.
This to me is a reasonable sized village been plonked somewhere, anybody know its location ?, who owns the land is it currently brownfield or arable?
  
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You know when you've had a few drinks and the next morning you wake up with a vague recollection of something being said the night before but don't know if it was real or something you have dreamt  That's how  I feel about this "project". Is it reality or just a pipe dream
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Quick question, its been reported that between 1400 and 1600 new houses are to be built as part of the funding for the development.
This to me is a reasonable sized village been plonked somewhere, anybody know its location ?, who owns the land is it currently brownfield or arable?
  

Council owned land-400 mtrs behind Crem. and 400mtrs. from cemetery on right hand side when leaving Grimsby
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There was one in the annual accounts statement .... "while there have been setbacks Extreme remain bouyant about the project"....or something similar....

which i think we can all pretty much guess at either..

the interested parties are no longer interested as the original proposed delivery timescales are way off
Extreme have been discovered to be nothing more than two yoofs working out of an office over an organic milk shake parlour

Dust off the council report lads..........which was the No.2 choice for best site in the world ever to relocate GTFC to ??



The statement and the lack of any other progress reports make me feel that the project may be in trouble. Could end in tears.
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Where are these 1500 house buyers going to come from FFS -nearly all these new developments are having trouble selling houses-the over 50's houses off Humberston Ave are being reduced because there are no buyers .
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Where are these 1500 house buyers going to come from FFS -nearly all these new developments are having trouble selling houses-the over 50's houses off Humberston Ave are being reduced because there are no buyers .


Social housing providers will hoover up the smaller "town houses" quite readily i imagine, Shoreline have some properties on the "exclusive" Par 3 development off Humberston Ave i believe, Longhurst Havelok, Guinness , etc have taken up new build properties on developments that didnt appear to be selling very well.
The flat development on Victoria St (opposite the old Freddie Frith site/ Robin Hood Car Park ) is under Longhurst Havelok for instance.

Shouldnt be too long now before the multi's demolition goes to tender so within a year or so there might well be a large vacant brownfield site up for grabs with excellent existing public transport links and within walking distance to a large swathe of the Town.




                                                  
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Social housing providers will hoover up the smaller "town houses" quite readily i imagine, Shoreline have some properties on the "exclusive" Par 3 development off Humberston Ave i believe, Longhurst Havelok, Guinness , etc have taken up new build properties on developments that didnt appear to be selling very well.
The flat development on Victoria St (opposite the old Freddie Frith site/ Robin Hood Car Park ) is under Longhurst Havelok for instance.

Shouldnt be too long now before the multi's demolition goes to tender so within a year or so there might well be a large vacant brownfield site up for grabs with excellent existing public transport links and within walking distance to a large swathe of the Town.



I have always said it will be in freemo when the flats are down and I know something about freeman way and all that block which will make even more space
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Social housing providers will hoover up the smaller "town houses" quite readily i imagine, Shoreline have some properties on the "exclusive" Par 3 development off Humberston Ave i believe, Longhurst Havelok, Guinness , etc have taken up new build properties on developments that didnt appear to be selling very well.
The flat development on Victoria St (opposite the old Freddie Frith site/ Robin Hood Car Park ) is under Longhurst Havelok for instance.

Shouldnt be too long now before the multi's demolition goes to tender so within a year or so there might well be a large vacant brownfield site up for grabs with excellent existing public transport links and within walking distance to a large swathe of the Town.




Don't very often get down that way these days, are the new houses being built on the golf course.

Used to play the odd round there years ago.
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