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May 5, 2014
Very rare for me to post something, but hopefully the start of some positive news... ahead... sometimes!

Last night I attended a networking event in central London for building contractors, developers etc.

The regional development Director from British Land, confirmed directly to me, they are 100% still the building partners for the new stadium and have not or even discussed pulling out (This could just be a commercial view point to say ofcourse), and confirmed it is not them who make announcements regarding a build or progress and in the case of this project it will be down to the club.

According to said gentleman, Brexit has had an issue developing retail and entertainment partners for the site and new developments in general with uncertainty of what may happen but as far as he is personally aware, everything is "very slowly" coming together.

Don't shoot the messenger!