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Re: New Stadium Updates Wed Dec 16, 2020 11:40 am  

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There is hospitality in the new stand, but not boxes.

Maybe they can be retro-fitted when the finances are better??
Re: New Stadium Updates Wed Dec 16, 2020 11:47 am  

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dboy wrote:
There is hospitality in the new stand, but not boxes.

Maybe they can be retro-fitted when the finances are better??


Possibly but I imagine they will replace those boxes in the next phase with a new stand that will have boxes, possibly attached to the Rollin shack.
Re: New Stadium Updates Wed Dec 16, 2020 11:59 am  

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Is it just me ? The biggest ‘eyesore’ at Belle Vue is surely the western terrace. I wonder why there are no plans for development there.
Re: New Stadium Updates Wed Dec 16, 2020 12:10 pm  

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Thanks FC, but I don’t think that could be possible. The Current Hospitality flats are sadly, really not fit for purpose. I’m sure John Minards, indicated the new Hospitality area would be included in the rebuilt East Stand. I hope so anyway.


If memory serves, JM said that there would a hospitality suite in the East stand, not boxes.
When this opens, maybe knock the flats down and replace it with boxes in that new build??
Re: New Stadium Updates Wed Dec 16, 2020 12:11 pm  

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Is it just me ? The biggest ‘eyesore’ at Belle Vue is surely the western terrace. I wonder why there are no plans for development there.


Cos that's where we stick the six-fingered brigade and Dirty Leeds...... :lol:
Re: New Stadium Updates Wed Dec 16, 2020 12:12 pm  

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Is it just me ? The biggest ‘eyesore’ at Belle Vue is surely the western terrace. I wonder why there are no plans for development there.


One, it's the least possible bit to develop. Two, it's the least important. area of the stadium Three, it will be when money permits.

It's nothing to do with looks, we need a modern main stand with full facilities, The only place for that is the East stand, where there is room for the stand and some parking.

Also, you don't think the East stand is an eyesore, especially the bit facing the passing public on Doncaster Road?

So yes, it's just you :D
Re: New Stadium Updates Wed Dec 16, 2020 12:15 pm  

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Fishermanscap wrote:
Thought I'd start this so folk can add any updates they come across so as to keep folk as well informed as possible, pin it maybe mods?

I'll kick off with this I found on the net, it's the architect's own site and gives a few more pics and bits of info, not much but a bit. Enjoy

https://www.afl-architects.com/news/pla ... evelopment


Have to say as well FC, they did a great job with the new Brentford FC stadium - if BV looks anything like that, then it will be a great place to visit!
Re: New Stadium Updates Wed Dec 16, 2020 12:29 pm  

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Is it just me ? The biggest ‘eyesore’ at Belle Vue is surely the western terrace. I wonder why there are no plans for development there.
the concrete was in fair better condition on most of the west stand which allowed us to drill and anchor the brackets that was attached to the barriers without doing any remedial work to the base but infront of the covered area it had to have the barriers broke out and concete pour in to give it a better foundation as did all the ones along the east stand, the barriers was then linked to increase numbers on that side, the north stand would of been a nightmare to do and only a few got a make over, as the capacity was at 11k before the work it was deemed it would never be that on most games so a reduced capacity was given
Re: New Stadium Updates Wed Dec 16, 2020 1:39 pm  

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the concrete was in fair better condition on most of the west stand which allowed us to drill and anchor the brackets that was attached to the barriers without doing any remedial work to the base but infront of the covered area it had to have the barriers broke out and concete pour in to give it a better foundation as did all the ones along the east stand, the barriers was then linked to increase numbers on that side, the north stand would of been a nightmare to do and only a few got a make over, as the capacity was at 11k before the work it was deemed it would never be that on most games so a reduced capacity was given


I’m pretty sure some of the terracing on the west side is not all that old. Certainly the southerly bit.

The North stand terracing hasn’t been touched in at least 30 year apart from some hole filling. Though I believe the foundations have had work done to them.
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Re: New Stadium Updates Wed Dec 16, 2020 2:22 pm  
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pamsboy wrote:
Is it just me ? The biggest ‘eyesore’ at Belle Vue is surely the western terrace. I wonder why there are no plans for development there.


Maybe the East stand development will be constructed further back from the pitch allowing more room in the future to develop the Western Terrace.
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