The Romans and Greenacre Capital this morning announced that they have entered into ‘a Memorandum of Understanding’ over the redevelopment
Chairman Nick Blofeld says the move is geared towards making the ground one of the centrepieces of the city.
He said: “Following Bath City’s change to community ownership earlier this year, we are delighted to confirm our intention to undertake a partial redevelopment of the ground and an upgrade of the facilities.
“We believe that Bath City should be an integral part of the community in Twerton, and it is the Board’s desire to secure the long term, sustainable future of the football club at Twerton Park.
“We also aim to improve the existing club facilities and make them more appropriate for the wider community, so that the club can become more of a local hub.
“We are a democratic, community-owned club and we will carefully consult with local people, community groups and our members and supporters to ensure that the redeveloped Twerton Park is a source of pride in Twerton, Bath and beyond.”
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