Rent by year

#1

Does anyone have a breakdown of the rent we have paid by year or if not a total?

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#2

I seem to recall someone had done a final total fairly recently and think it was around £10.5M but I could be wrong…

Someone with more information than I will answer you more accurately I’m sure…

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#3

Needs someone with a long memory. @Pedagogue might be able to assist.

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#4

I correct myself - I said a final total,that of course should have said either an up to date total or a running total!!!

It’s of course a gift that just keeps giving for JB and the family :frowning:

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#5

Can’t we have some kind of counter showing on the site which shows how much rent has been paid in real time? :thinking::wink:

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#6

That’s what I want to do, as a twitter account but an accumulator on here would be superb

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#7

Would be great if there was a way to put a ‘Pension Pot Fund’ counter/ticker in the top corner of the WSFC website somehow. Guess you’d have to work out exactly how much has gone in so far and work out how much it would be per second and do it that way, no idea. Would be pretty good though.

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#8

2000: £274,000
2001: £290,000
2002: £290,000
2003: £319,000
2004: £329,000
2005: £329,000
2006: £341,000
2007: £349,000
2008: £349,000
2009: £392,000
2010: £415,000
2011: £449,000
2012: £449,000
2013: £296,000
2014: £305,000
2015: £320,000
2016: £440,000
2017: £440,000
2018: £449,000

Could go back further but CBA

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#9

Was any justification ever given for the huge jump 2015-16 ?

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#10

Interesting that the increase is below RPI for the same period.

Increase in 63.8% on rent
RPI is 64.4%

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#11

Might’ve been some tweaks to RPI, although note the rent break after 2012 which would affect that. Take that out and it would be ahead…

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#12

Quick mental calculations = just shy of £6m in 18 years

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#13

Cos why shouldn’t I?

Anyway - Luton, Bournemouth, Rotherham are just down the road.

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#14

And that is why he will never sell - £6m at 3% interest? or 450k per annum no questions asked.

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#15

training ground.

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#16

The training ground was the £50k p/a increase around 2008/9, and also, I think that £50k goes to Essington Parish Council

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#17

So, £6.8M (ish) in return for his initial outlay (a few hundred grand??) not a bad return on an investment that…

Interesting that the sharp drop in 2013 followed by a few years at lower rate then came the big increase of £120k more (to claw back what had been missed no doubt!) and then it remains fairly consistent thereafter from 2016…

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#18

Love the idea of having a counter at the top of the web page - but think it may end up irritating us even more!!

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#19

I thought one year it was exactly £365k? That’s where the “Eeee, it’s a grand a day” joke came from.

It doesn’t work as well now “Eeee, it’s a grand and (just short of) a quarter a day” :wink:

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#20

At some point it wiii hit 730k so the maths will be easy again!

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