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    Collateral damage

    Posted by Choirboy on 7/11/2019, 13:23:54

    I know boycotting the Arndale is not popular with everyone, but it is surely the most effective short term plan of action ?

      Re: Collateral damage

      Posted by JCVD on 7/11/2019, 13:34:07, in reply to "Collateral damage"

      My guess would be getting their current tenants to look to leave the mall? If the football club can leave and get cheaper (and better) retail outside the mall then, possibly so could some other smaller companies - there are plenty of derelict spaces outside of the mall, how about we start pointing businesses inside the mall to these instead?

        Re: Collateral damage

        Posted by since 63 on 7/11/2019, 13:36:58, in reply to "Re: Collateral damage"

        good call, that will bring life back to George Street.

        Re: Collateral damage

        Posted by crumpsall on 7/11/2019, 13:27:49, in reply to "Collateral damage"

        Raising awareness of the absolute destructiveness and cost of C&Rs actions among the Lutonian community at large is the first step in my opinion.

          Re: Collateral damage

          Posted by Hat66 on 7/11/2019, 14:41:33, in reply to "Re: Collateral damage"

          +1

            Re: Collateral damage

            Posted by charlatans spivs and thieves on 7/11/2019, 13:29:20, in reply to "Re: Collateral damage"

            and the most effective way of doing that is probably for the Council to mailshot every household, expensive though.

              Re: Collateral damage

              Posted by AgentOrange on 7/11/2019, 14:24:47, in reply to "Re: Collateral damage"

              In mid Beds the council email me regularly, why couldn't Luton council do the same? Quicker and cheap, assuming they've been collecting email addresses of residents.

            Re: Collateral damage

            Posted by Kaptain Krusty on 7/11/2019, 13:26:27, in reply to "Collateral damage"

            The Supporters Trust / Loyal Luton will be looking at options.

              Re: Collateral damage

              Posted by Fatsy on 7/11/2019, 13:29:04, in reply to "Re: Collateral damage"

              Taking on C&R on all fronts...everywhere they have presence any plans they have, we can find a way to kick them into the long grass.....the battle is not the arndale the battle is C&R and how to impact them.

              Re: Collateral damage

              Posted by qwertyuiop on 7/11/2019, 13:25:43, in reply to "Collateral damage"

              it's the only way...but maybe should have been done sooner so that the shops may then have out pressure on C&R already to not go for JR

                Re: Collateral damage

                Posted by Buzzard on 7/11/2019, 13:25:02, in reply to "Collateral damage"

                Utter violence is surely an option.

                  Re: Collateral damage

                  Posted by Top Hats Tales on 7/11/2019, 13:29:04, in reply to "Re: Collateral damage"

                  It needs to hurt them, not the retailers and shop workers.

                  A day of issues won't make them back down. It needs to be sustained over weeks and months.

                  Think Kohler, Jayten, Gurney. Add that all up, double it. This is the level they are at. This is the line in the sand.

                    Re: Collateral damage

                    Posted by Father ted on 7/11/2019, 18:12:58, in reply to "Re: Collateral damage"

                    I think we're in for a long hard fight. Tbh only a small section of the Luton population give a shit about the football club. I honestly think the rest couldn't care less about what's happening. It's quite sad but most in the town will not go along with any boycott. I think it all lies in the hands of the judge, I just hope LBC have done it all correctly. Just hope it doesn't take as long as Aberdeen, 8 years and still counting.

                      Re: Collateral damage

                      Posted by HappyDays on 7/11/2019, 18:22:55, in reply to "Re: Collateral damage"

                      I think the people of Luton do care so I don't think much of your 'we're doomed response'(Skippy?). Forget just leaving it to a judge - when the supporters groups suggest solutions we'll get right behind them. First port of call is surely their HQ etc., etc., etc...

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