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oioi 11:56 Sun Mar 19
Shelving in concourse areas
"The Club and London Stadium recently undertook a review across the entire concourse area and new shelving will be in place for the match against Leicester City on Saturday 18 March."

Looked everywhere, couldn't find it.

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ChesterRd 8:18 Thu Jun 15
Re: Shelving in concourse areas
From my observations children come in all heights so not sure how they are going to achieve that. I can understand needing rounded edges etc

Gavros 7:13 Thu Jun 15
Re: Shelving in concourse areas
Hot off the press: More Shelving!


Nick Kendall (NKen) confirmed that shelving is present in all concourses, but that phase two of the project was still to be finalised and the Club are working with LS185 to have more shelving agreed in time for the new season.

NKen added that health and safety issues had to be considered when installing shelving – particularly to ensure that the height and location of the shelving wouldn’t be a risk to children, but that suitable areas had been identified and the Club would continue to work with LS185 over the summer to complete phase two

http://www.whufc.com/sites/default/files/inline-files/SAB%20minutes%20240517_2.pdf

Stranded 5:35 Sun Apr 23
Re: Shelving in concourse areas
"Since the beginning of West Ham’s ownership of the stadium.."

We own it?

Bom Stickle 5:33 Sun Apr 23
Re: Shelving in concourse areas
Shelving update: I found and used a shelf in the BML yesterday. Cannot believe I actually found it though as it was only about 8ft across and looked like something Ikea would sell. I reckon £200 max.

This has probably taken about 20 meetings and the club will probably see it as listening to the fans and improving the "Matchday experience".

Gavros 11:38 Thu Apr 13
Re: Shelving in concourse areas
http://www.thewesthamway.co.uk/2017/04/13/stadium-improving-due-positive-changes-board-written-hammertalk/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

"Since the beginning of West Ham’s ownership of the stadium there has been much improvement in and around the newly built stadium.....SHELVING has been placed in various blocks at the stadium to ensure fans can rest their drinks at half time during the break"

lab 8:58 Sun Apr 9
Re: Shelving in concourse areas
Wd 40 10:12 , yep , can relate to that , and how many people on this site won't have a fucking clue .

we did the great esc 8:54 Sun Apr 9
Re: Shelving in concourse areas
Also the cunts tried selling me a warm pint of Amstel that had been there for hours, not a fucking chance.

Pour me a fresh one.

we did the great esc 8:53 Sun Apr 9
Re: Shelving in concourse areas
My first visit to the Olympic was yesterday and I stood by my seat for the first three minutes, got told to sit down or your out by the SS.

I watched the game on the Party Deck and enjoyed it, if I go again I won't even go to my seat.

Sven Roeder 7:30 Sun Apr 9
Re: Shelving in concourse areas
To pay the beer price you'd have to be UNHINGED

Hasans Fish Bar RIP 7:09 Sun Apr 9
Re: Shelving in concourse areas
90% of the stadium is non 'pitch side'

eswing hammer 7:07 Sun Apr 9
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As from next season away fans must have at least 10% pitch side .

RM10 3:55 Sun Apr 9
Re: Shelving in concourse areas
its a shame they cant bring the party deck back to the other end, they should try and keep away fans in the upper teir aswell, im sure there is a way.

eswing hammer 3:50 Sun Apr 9
Re: Shelving in concourse areas
The price they charge for the beer is a right bracket

MikeHammer 1:46 Sun Apr 9
Re: Shelving in concourse areas
About time with the shelving on the concourse - should be more but means you don't drop everything ! I saw at half time more people with pints in upper tier - did they get past the gestapo at the bottom of the stairs or do they now sell half time refreshments upstairs?

Westham67 3:28 Sat Apr 8
Re: Shelving in concourse areas
Perhaps its a book shelf , where you can read rather than watch football

oioi 3:21 Sat Apr 8
Re: Shelving in concourse areas
On the party deck, beer on a shelf. Happy days!

13 Brentford Rd 10:44 Sat Apr 8
Re: Shelving in concourse areas
It would be funny if there wasn't 50ft gaps between the tiers and scaffold seating 50ft from the pitch where this shelving is going.
Never mind about fucking shelving, what are the lying cunts doing about that?

What next armchairs​ and coffee tables?

The club is a fucking joke as usual but no surprise with those Spivs in charge.

wanstead_hammer 10:35 Sat Apr 8
Re: Shelving in concourse areas
Enjoy yourSHELF it's later than you think.

wd40 10:12 Sat Apr 8
Re: Shelving in concourse areas
Had some good days on the Spurs shelf in the pass and some shit my self days

Gavros 9:53 Fri Apr 7
Re: Shelving in concourse areas
That's fine. I'm quite a SHELFish guy after all.

As for you, go fuck your SHELF

mallard 9:52 Fri Apr 7
Re: Shelving in concourse areas
I think will help the players turn things around

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