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The multi-use Meadowbank in eastern Edinburgh is planned for redevelopment. The goal is to reduce the surface of 1970 Commonwealth Games complex while retaining key functions. While the field with running track will remain in place, all of the stands and terraces around it will vanish, reducing capacity from 16,500 (at peak) to just 500 seats.
The only new grandstand will be part of a much larger pavilion that will also comprise two indoor halls, three fitness studios, gym, gymnastics hall, two squash courts, indoor athletics training facilities and other.
Outside the stadium only a synthetic football field will be created and training site for athletes. Old velodrome will be demolished and – like other parts of the site – replaced with housing.
Stadium of the Year: Meet the Juror – Robert Kennedy
Today we begin our presentation of the three Jurors who are evaluating this year's contender. First, in alphabetical order is Robert D. Kennedy, who's got some 500,000 seats on his account, from Glasgow to Gujarat.
Edinburgh: Meadowbank to close for good in December
After a long run of nearly half a century, Edinburgh's primary track and field stadium is about to be demolished. The city plans to create a new state-of-the-art sports centre on the same site.