South Woking Action Group represents local residents and football fans from Hoe Valley and Mayford neighbourhoods and beyond. We seek to work with Woking Football Club, Woking Borough Council and developers to find an optimal solution to future-proof the Football Club. But not to the detriment of the local area, in terms of overdevelopment and unsustainable pressure on local infrastructure and services.
See more representations of the Cardinal Court Proposal.
Fund Raising Campaign
South Woking Action Group needs your help to fund our campaign against the 9k capacity stadium and 1053 flats they are going to build to fund it, as well as 45 houses on the green belt at Egley Road.
You donation will help fund the printing of leaflets, posters, car stickers and also importantly – independent legal advice and expert advice.
Anything you have do to help fund our campaigns will be gratefully appreciated.
100% of the General Election candidates for the Woking constituency when asked expressed strong reservations and concerns about the stadium redevelopment
Woking Chair Rosemary Johnson has dismissed claims that the club will go under – claims that were made by a local Councillor at Woking Council Chambers and used as justification to push forward the massive unwanted development. Who is telling the truth?
We fear a planning submission from Goldev is imminent as they have called a meeting with Councillors at end of this month.
The South Woking Action Group campaign regarding the Cardinal Court development once more features prominently on the font page of the Woking News and Mail.
SWAG leafleted fans attending the latest home game at Woking Football Club with flyers outling different options for the club and other points of consideration. Click to read more.
The South Woking Action Group is featured prominently in local print and online news media as our campaign #stopcardinalcourt gains momentum.
We are most grateful to those who attended our meeting this Saturday, especially with it clashing with a Woking FC home game and on such a glorious day. We are especially grateful to our MP, Jonathan Lord, who was in attendance, not to mention a number of local councillors……