|Cost||£ 8 mln|
|Construction||2016–2017 (Liam Daish stand)|
|Design||Alexander Sedgley Ltd|
PHB Stadium – design description
The concept envisages a phased development of Stonebridge Stadium. First phase is bringing down and rebuilding the west side, because the current structure is expected to last until 2017 at the latest. This section is to become the new main grandstand with a single tier of seats, but also a second floor with skyboxes and conference facilities.
The south end would follow with a section having two tiers for fans and room for further development. North and east stands would be considerably smaller with only a few rows and modest roof over them. Still, with all sides developed, the stadium would have a continuous ring of stands with 6,000 capacity and 4,000 of that number seated.
The impressive concept was created at Alexander Sedgley, famous for another local ground, the wooden Princes’ Park in Dartford. It should take no longer than 3 years to build.
England: Ebbsfleet granted planning permission
After Boston, now plans for the Stonebridge Road redevelopment are approved. Ebbsfleet United may begin works as early as end of May.
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