£18-million development beside Celtic Park has been given the go-ahead from Glasgow City Council and with no objections filed, the club has 3 years to break ground.
Just over half a year since they had first presented their Celtic Park upgrade scheme, Celtic FC have been given the planning permission to build it. Planned for erection on the west side of Celtic Park, the complex will include numerous facilities boosting revenue on matchdays and beyond.
The largest part will be a hotel holding from 175 to 200 rooms. For fans not in need of accommodation, the building will provide brand new ticket office and megastore (1,000 m2 combined). Underneath these facilities the exact same space will be taken by brand new Celtic museum.
All of the plan is anticipated to consume £18 million (€20.5m) and Celtic have 3 years to break ground until the permission runs out. The team is yet to reveal the exact schedule for its impressive new addition, which should improve the Bhoys' finances further.