Last updated : 21 February 2003 By
The official website, BRENTFORDFC, has revealed that Bees Chairman Ron Noades has spoken to the Brentford, Chiswick and Isleworth Times about his plans for a new ground in Feltham, whilst admitting a possible move to ground share with Ryman League Kingstonian was "not likely"

Speaking to the Brentford Chiswick and Isleworth Times, Mr Noades said that he would "submit an offer for Feltham Arenas which satisfies the condition that we relocate in the borough. Other than that, the council are foricng us to stay at Griffin Park".

       Griffin Park
The Bees Chairman is clearly upset with Hounslow Council, who in a meeting last week have appeared to rule out any changes to the outline planning consent on Griffin Park granted last year.

He said: "Neither the leader John Chatt or his deputy Colin Ellar attended and their two representatives said they are not prepared to ease any of the planning restrictions on our Griffin Park ground. It is an utter disgrace and I am fed up with the council's lack of support".

Mr Noades also spoke to the paper about the mooted groundshare with Kingstonian. He said: "We are not likely to take the option at the moment, although we might be prepared to negotiate new terms".