A tender of nine million pounds has been made by the Bob Morton for the Walthamstow Stadium and apartments buildings, as highlighted in recent greyhound racing news. Unfortunately he failed to protect an agreement with thousands of followers of greyhounds in London which really proved to be the sticking force to let them down. This tender was an effort to take procession of the racing that had been halted in 2008. According to Steve Yianni this offer was unable to supply adequate promises on funding and designing viability and suggested a buy worth well short of the present market valuation. On the same time he also stated that any individual who likes to make an offer will not be stopped here. Morton also contradicts with the cause for rejection granted by the society for housing, as stating that it was not the aim to start racing at the stadium. Moreover, according to Morton, Walthamstow has been acquired by L&G at a cost of eighteen million pounds. The society is proposed to construct apartments at the venue and does not desire to bear a decrease by dedicating the facility to greyhound rushing at half their buy price. Its’ good to know that Walthamstow William Chandler opened it in 1933, in alignment to supply the London gathering with amusement in the pattern of hound racing, which generally took the pattern of greyhound racing betting, as wagers were made on rush outcomes. This venue was the large-scale hound racing pathway in the United Kingdom in periods of attendance and income lifetime, with a seating capability of 5000 spectators. He has still not granted up his efforts to convey back hound racing to London despite these dismal attenuating components. He lately contacted with Iain the MP of Chingford and Woodford Green Mr. Duncan Smith has been in contact with Morton and also giving high priority to Walthamstow topic. It’s proven that Morton’s visionary suggestion of producing the greyhound stadium a multi-purpose facility for the whole community appears appealing to Duncan. Definitely, it would be a difficult task for L&Q to put the fight back on their claim for Walthamstow. Morton emphasized in his recent encounter with media that the buy of the Walthamstow stadium was made by L&Q when the market was at its top and now they manage not desire to bear a decrease as a outcome of that. Morton is very much confident about overcoming the anxieties of housing society, regarding the funding, as he commented in recent greyhound racing news that -he can pay for it-. His daring decision will be benefiting for the greyhound racing betting as well.