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Hastings United Football Club would like to reveal the latest CGI of The Tilekiln Football Park Project.

We can confirm that following our recent pre planning application the intention is for us to submit our full planning application this summer. With the application being successful, our goal is to then move into our new stadium by the start of the 2022/23 season.

 

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It's definitely different - the upper tier vaguely reminds me of Lord's Cricket Ground. Am I correct in thinking they're staying in the city with this build, rather than it being an out-of-town development? I think staying in the city is especially important for lower league sides.
Yeah it would be in the town on the docks (still a way away from the station mind), part of a proposal to regenerate the docks/area around the Ice Factory. There's been a move away from the previously proposed Peaks Parkway site which was out of town, thankfully! Very early doors and not sure it'll go anywhere, club have been trying to move ground for 20+ years now and this proposal hasn't come from within the club. Would be a great view of the Dock Tower and Humber from that upper tier though!
 

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Bath City F.C.

Note from the Chair – Re-development Update (6 May 2020)
We’re very conscious that we haven’t shared any real update about the re-development recently, but I just wanted to assure you there is, as ever, lots going on behind the scenes.

We have been looking (and costing) both an appeal against the decision and submitting an amended scheme whilst remaining financially viable for both ourselves and Greenacre.

A joint Team made up of Board members, expert advisers/friends of the club and Supporters Society Board members are working together under the leadership of FWP/David Robinson and Phil Tanner, and of course we still need to have a good ground and club facilities!

It isn’t easy, but we remain focussed and determined. We have had multiple “virtual” meetings, with council officers, advisers and Greenacre to keep moving things forwards. And despite the current exceptional circumstances we are making progress. Clearly nothing is certain yet, but we continue to try to achieve the vital re-development at Twerton Park that the Club needs to secure its long-term future in Twerton.

Thank you for your patience and understanding of the complex situation, made all the more challenging by the lockdown. And stay safe and well.
Planning permission for the proposed redevelopment of Twerton Park was rejected by Bath and North East Somerset Council in March 2020, following a recommendation made by the council's Planning Officer to reject the development.
 

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A contractor is wanted to build what will be the biggest ice skating facility in the south of England.

The Lee Valley Regional Park authority has begun the procurement process for a main contractor to demolish the existing Lee Valley Ice arena building in east London and build in its place a new twin pad ice centre, with two Olympic size ice rinks side by side.

The current 34-year-old ice centre in Lea Bridge Road, Leyton, is reaching the end of its operational life. The new venue, designed by FaulknerBrowns Architects, will be built on the same site.

The contract notice puts the value of the main construction contract at £25m, with works running from December 2020 to February 2023.

 
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