Grimsby Community Stadium
|Category||Design awaiting implementation|
|Cost||£ 55 mln|
Description: Grimsby Community Stadium
The concept envisages a new stadium with secondary commercial functions set across 22 hectares of public land along Peak Parkway, the southern access route to Grimsby. It’s expected to be financed with the sale of old Blundell Park and a partnership with commercial developers.
To receive support of fans, citizens and the local council, the stadium is expected to provide numerous facilities for the community. Among them educational and healthcare facilities, public multi-sport pitches around the 14,000-capacity stadium.
Already in 2013 there was a noticeable opposition to the development as proximity of cemetery, crematorium, hospice and private allotments was considered threatened with excessive noise and traffic. The opposition never outgrew support, however.
England: Grimsby stadium going forward after viability assessment
Developer behind the proposed Grimsby Town FC stadium is satisfied with early findings and will go ahead with planning application.
England: Grimsby 3 weeks from decision on new stadium
It’s hard not to be excited when looking at the new renders, but these will in fact change entirely before we see the actual stadium built. So far a preliminary decision needs to be made.
England: Grimsby announce stadium partner
Extreme Leisure are to build the long-anticipated Grimsby Community Stadium, along with adjacent ice rink, shops and housing. Planning application yet to come though.
England: Three steps closer to the new Grimsby Town stadium
All indications suggest supporters and the community should be presented details in 2015. Local council established their own project team and commissioned a study into the scheme.
New design: Grimsby Community Stadium
They’ve been playing at their current ground since the nineteenth century. Efforts to relocate already date back 20 years. No wonder Grimsby Town supporters are now mobilizing to gain support for this project.