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SBD Global/February 6, 2013/Facilities
Bristol City Launches 'Ambitious' Plan For $63M Renovation Of Ashton Gate
Published February 6, 2013
SHARED GROUND: The BBC reported Bristol Rugby Club Chair Chris Booy said that it would be "sharing a ground with the football club, whichever stadium gets built." Booy said, "It makes tremendous economic sense and allows us to invest more money in the football and rugby clubs." Bristol City previously said that the Ashton Gate site is "too small to fit its plans." However, Managing Dir Jon Lansdown said that "demolishing the Hirerite site next to Ashton Gate and getting rid of the temporary huts alongside the Williams stand would free up more space" (BBC, 2/5).