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Plans For New Sporting Village In Cambridge Presented, Set To Face D-Day

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 27 / 16

Plans for a new sporting village for Cambridge and an upgrade to Cambridge United's stadium "will face D-day in front of councillors after the plans were finally lodged," according to Jon Vale of the CAMBRIDGE NEWS. The "hugely contentious plans at two different sites in the city were lodged wi...

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