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Bath Re-Boot Their Approach To Stadium Solution

1 December 2017

Bath Rugby have gone back to the architectural drawing board and re-booted their approach to a stadium solution at The Rec. The club have launched “Stadium for Bath”, a flagship project that bring...

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Car Park First, Then Hotel For Welford Road

28 November 2017

Local press report that Leicester Tigers will begin work on a £22 million hotel project adjacent to their Welford Rd ground once they have completed building the £5 million mutli-storey car park to ...

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Quins Plan Stoop Redevelopment

27 November 2017

Harlequins has confirmed the appointment of a professional team with the brief to develop a concept which imagines a new and improved stadium on their existing site at the forefront of the community, ...

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Wakefield Trinity To Sue Council Over Stadium

7 November 2017

The stadium saga continues in Wakefield as Wakefield Trinity have threatened to sue Wakefield Council for failing to deliver on their agreement to provide a new stadium at the Newmarket site. The Supe...

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Liberty Stadium Primed For Expansion After New Lease Agreed

6 November 2017

Swansea City FC has agreed in principal to lease Liberty Stadium home from the council on a long-term contract allowing them to have more control, expand the capacity of the 21,000 seat stadium and ex...

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Legal And General Revealed As £35m Headingley Investor

19 October 2017

Legal & General have emerged from the shadows and announced themselves as the mysterious financial partner of Leeds City Council funding the £35m redevelopment of Headingley Stadium. The property...

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