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S4C Update
Pirate15 (IP Logged)
12 May, 2017 13:34
There is an update about the stadium on the club website. There will be an update on the coaches visit to NZ next week.
[www.cornish-pirates.com]

 
Re: S4C Update
bolingey pirate (IP Logged)
12 May, 2017 15:56
Thank you Pirate 15. The update makes interesting reading, BUT still begs the question that many supporters are dying to ask....."when will the first sod be cut at Langarth?"
Can we expect to see any progress in this respect during this Summer, (as has been mooted on more than one occasion?)
I do hope I can get a sensible reply to a simple question, and NOT be shot downs in flames like so many other correspondents on this site have suffered over the past few years.

 
Re: S4C Update
Pirate15 (IP Logged)
12 May, 2017 18:29
BBC sport is reporting that the stadium will not be starting until Spring 2018 at the earliest.
"The statement said building will "hopefully" start next spring, with work on the stadium on the outskirts of Truro taking 14 months."
[www.bbc.co.uk]
I have read the article on the club website and there is no mention of any start date.
Can someone clarify what is the actual position with regard to a possible start date for the stadium.

 
Re: S4C Update
AggiePirate (IP Logged)
12 May, 2017 22:32
I have a Cornish shovel and a long wheelbase land rover. Be happy to cut some sods up.

 
Re: S4C Update
bolingey pirate (IP Logged)
13 May, 2017 07:19
I'm more confused than ever!!!

 
Re: S4C Update
rgre (IP Logged)
13 May, 2017 19:14
I am ( personally) targeting spring for the start date.
We have appointed a project leader, we are also shortly confirming the architects and we have a day together at the end of this month where myself , Colin and Dallas Fisher will be sitting down with the project leader, the architects, Martin Tucker, Peter Masters et al to brain bash stadium requirements.
It is six years since I first contributed towards the design work along with INOX, the college and the council.
That input took us to the design level for the planning approval stage - which was obviously successful.
It is now opportune to get our ducks in a row starting with the next design stages/ project leader , hence our meeting on 31st May.
Shareholders are being invited to join us in the evening to get a briefing,so if you want to be involved and join in then the obvious way to do this is to become a shareholder. We have about £120,000 worth of unsold shares in the pot.
Contact Rebecca or Tom at the club if you are interested- minimum £2k.
Rebecca.daniell@cornish-pirates.com or tom.magill@cornish-pirates.com
RGRE

 
Re: S4C Update
*Stalwart (IP Logged)
13 May, 2017 21:25
Good to hear that things are moving on, we are all desperate for work to start. Look forward to the meeting on the 31st for the latest progress report.

 
Re: S4C Update
cornishbob (IP Logged)
14 May, 2017 08:43
Great news Dicky and thank you for keeping us in the picture. Can't wait for it to start.

 
Re: S4C Update
Pirate15 (IP Logged)
14 May, 2017 09:17
Great news Dicky and thanks for the update. I'm really looking forward to the meeting and to hear more about the progress of the S4C.

 
Re: S4C Update
1spy (IP Logged)
14 May, 2017 12:26
It was reported today that Cormac have just finished a Roundabout in Bude it has taken 3 years and 2 years late.Let us hope they perform better with the infrastructure at Langarth.

 
Re: S4C Update
bolingey pirate (IP Logged)
14 May, 2017 17:32
Thanks Dicky for the update....that was all we wanted to know.
By the way, I'm sure management won't be using CORMAC, will they????

Someone told me that CORMAC meant:-
C ouldn't
O rganise
R oad
M maintenace
A cross
C ornwall

......only joking!!!

 
Re: S4C Update
AggiePirate (IP Logged)
14 May, 2017 22:06
CLAPPED
OUT
RIGHT
MINGING
ABSOLUTE
CR*P!

 
Re: S4C Update
Pirate15 (IP Logged)
14 May, 2017 22:40
I'm sure Cormac will be doing the access roads onto the site as part of the S106 agreement. It's not right that these jobs never go out to tender as they are an arms length company of Cornwall Council.Unfortunately we have no choice in the matter as they always get the contract.

 
Re: S4C Update
Skilly Beach (IP Logged)
15 May, 2017 08:38
Anyone know the hard working men and women of CORMAC who are probably your neighbours?

 
Re: S4C Update
WaikatoCoal (IP Logged)
15 May, 2017 09:25
Dicky - as always you have summarised the situation -- v-well - "Thumbs Up" ( the software can't cope with symbols here !! ) - looking forward to seeing you in just under 2 weeks -- lots to be done -- by sounds of it -- I hope we don't have to build too many roundabouts !!

 
Re: S4C Update
Dotcom (IP Logged)
15 May, 2017 13:39
thumbs down Thumbs up etc. can be found with the Smilies (Sm42)

 
Re: S4C Update
Eastanglianpirate (IP Logged)
15 May, 2017 13:51
Roundabouts? Just bleddy straight roads - one from Penzance, one from Falmouth, one from St Austell direction, one from Camborne/Redruth , one from Newquay way direct to the ground should do it. Good enough for the Romans! Civil engineering? I could have been a contender! 😉


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