Rebels Online
About the Site
News Index
Search the Site
Slough Town FC
Away Fans Guide
Club History
Club Information
Kennedy Park News
Stag Meadow
Supporters Trust
Video Clips
Wexham Park
This Season
Fixtures & Results
Photos Index
Playing Squad
Past Players
Player Profiles
Fun & Games



The Poll

Should I ever fix this poll?


View Current Standings


Future in doubt?

Britwell Regeneration Project faces axe
by Nathan on 18/06/2004

News on the changes to the Kennedy Park situation following last week's local elections.

Season Review 2003
Britwell Regeneration Project faces axe

The Slough Express reports

Following last week's local elections, four multi-million pound projects planned for Slough which includes Slough Town's proposed new stadium in Kennedy Park are likely to fall through, the result of Labour's disappointing results of the elections.

The plans, which include:

  • A 450 million Heart of Slough Project
  • A Colnbrook incinerator
  • 26 million Call Centre project and
  • Slough Town FC's proposed new Stadium in Kennedy Park, Britwell

face being scrapped by the new Council. The statements come from the Tories and the BILLD (Britwellian Independent Liberal and Liberal Democrat) group, who joined together when neither party gained a majority in the elections.

In an interview with the Slough Express, new council leader, Richard Stokes (Lib: Haymill) said: "Every dog has it's day and it's woof woof time". He said the council would look to basically scrap all four projects, regardless of the cost.

It is disappointing that he isn't even willing to look at the feasibility study to see what is feasible and what isn't.

I would urge any reader of this to write to Cllr. Stokes and let him know your views.

Slough Council -
Slough Observer -
Slough Express -

Talk about this on the Fan's Forum

RebelsOnline is an independent website and the views expressed are not necessarily those of
Slough Town Football Club

All photographs, images, text and other content are copyright 2003-2006 RebelsOnline
and must not be reproduced in whole or in part without prior permission.