If the potential influx of talent and funds isn`t enough plans are afoot to develop the serene Sincil skyline.
The Club is the Hub met at Sincil Bank this week to discuss, amongst other things, the much publicised South Park access issue. It would appear that plans are afoot to seek an agreement sometime soon with the Local and County Council to look at proposals to develop the Stadium over the next year or so. Another stumbling block would have been the Ambulance service which is not quite so straight forward. Once under County control it is now part of a much broader East Midlands picture. However, Vital Towers understand that a new purpose built Fire Control Centre has been completed just off the M69 in Leicestershire so the Fire Service Control facilities are now planned to move. More information in the Echo article. Lincolnshire Echo report
The City Council’s support and backing for the club is unlikely to be in question. In true community spirit, they bought the ground to help to fund administration for £255,000, only to sell it back to us a few years later for a £100,000 loss. What of the County Council? Will they back the vision of Goal 2010 and a vibrant community owned football club with a revitalised stadium at the heart of the County we all love?
Makes the Community charge that much easier to swallow doesn`t it Imps?
The Echo stand is of course an eyesore. Whenever anyone sees the Mighty Imps live on Sky we look tin pot despite having one of the finest stadiums in Leagues 1 and 2. If access is granted the club can develop the last part of the Sincil jigsaw. And along with The Lord of the Imps put City Lincoln on the map! Heaven forbid that we would be forced to move from our spiritual home.
Lets all pull together for the good of the City and the Imps!