Rugby Club application now on-line

How the stadium could look. © Bath Rugby

Bath Rugby have finally put in their planning application for a transformed stadium – giving them an increased capacity of 18,000 and a hybrid pitch to enable more community use.

The riverside will be remodelled to create a Springs Garden Walk with cafe, shop and museum.

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Look for  23/03558/EFUL

It is a lengthy and considered application which will no doubt attract a lot of attention. Bath Rugby’s development proposals will have supporters and opponents. It is the first steps on a long planning road.

I haven’t read the whole thing yet. I am a bit under the weather with a cold, but have taken out some visuals that show the effects of the new roof level.

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  1. Bath’s communities now have the opportunity to halt this blatantly commercial steamroller flattening both “.. heritage and environment..” in the centre of our World Heritage city(slight exaggeration, but I hope you see my point).
    A seating increase of less than 4000 is not sufficient reason for despoiling the Recreation Ground and making the lives of those living around it less peaceful and enjoyable.
    B&NES avowed intent of “Making peoples’ lives better” will suffer a serious setback if they allow their Planning Committee to approve this application. It is time for them to step up to the plate and bat for their Residents.

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