The Romans’ historical home is set to undergo a huge revamp and the club has appointed the people to do it.
Three Bath-based firms will work on the project to turn the ground into a community hub and dramatically improve the facilities for their fans.
The local high street will also be transformed thanks to the project.
Blofeld can’t wait for the building to begin and he thinks the club have made the right choice to push forward with the idea.
“We are entering an exciting phase of the history of Bath City FC,” the chairman said.
“Our proposals for a partial redevelopment of the ground and an upgrade of the facilities will not only benefit the Club but also the wider Twerton community.
“We are determined to keep Bath City in the heart of Twerton and make it an integral part of the community.
“We are pleased to announce the technical team who will be working on this project and we are even more pleased that the team of professionals includes so many Bath-based firms, who will bring with them a unique insight and understanding of the area.”