FundraisingJudicial ReviewNo Kingsford Stadium

NKS raise over £50,000 towards legal challenge!

A huge thank you to the many donors who are showing belief in NKS and have now donated over £50,000 towards our legal challenge.  This is a fantastic amount and takes us well on our way to our stretch target of £70,000 – this is the amount we would ideally like to achieve as this will allow us to secure the services of not only a top QC, but a Junior QC as well – this combination will give us the optimum team to take forward the judicial review. Thanks too for all the supportive messages we receive – it is brilliant to know that there are so many in the community behind us. A reminder – Why are NKS intent on launching a Judicial Review?  Because a Judicial Review is the only avenue open to communities to challenge council planning decisions.  This injustice is already acknowledged by the Scottish Government – which plans to change this with new and fairer planning laws.  And winning a judicial review is the only way we can be sure that AFC or others can’t try to submit a similar application to develop on the green belt that separates Westhill from the city. Together we can stop this. We need your help!  Please donate to help us lodge the best possible challenge to this application – we can’t do it without your support.  Any donation that you make will remain confidential. Transfer a donation to the campaign bank account:

Account Name: No Kingsford Stadium

Account Number: 00224638

Sort Code: 83-28-40

Bank: Royal Bank of Scotland

  Please include your name as a payment reference if you wish. Or send a cheque payable to “No Kingsford Stadium” to:

No Kingsford Stadium

Westhill Business Centre

Endeavour Drive

Arnhall Business Park

Westhill AB32 6UF

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