Make your voice heard and help City improve St James ParkEXETER CITY FOOTBALL CLUB needs its supporters to step up to the plate and support the plans for the development of St James Park.
The responses to the plans for the development of St James Park have been hugely positive since they were unveiled earlier this year, and a video is now available for you to watch which displays the proposals in full.
The key proposals entail the complete demolition and reconstruction of the Stagecoach Family Stand and relocation and overall improvement to the players' and referees' changing facilities, as well as a potential revamp of the away terrace, should funds permit. The proposed development has been planned in association with Yelverton Properties, and holds the spectators’ and local community's interests at heart.
Two consultations with the public have already been undertaken; the first held on the 24th and 25th July, and the second on the 30th and 31st October. Following these, an application has now been submitted to the City Council with the aim of taking the process forward. Currently, the proposals are attracting feedback on the council's website here.
HOW TO SHOW YOUR SUPPORT
With an application having now been made to Exeter City Council, it is paramount to the success of these plans that you add your voices of support to the development proposals.
There are two planning applications, both as important as each other, and by voicing your support to the Council, we can make our plans here for St James Park a reality.
Please click the link above for a step-by-step guide on how to show your support.
The crucial consultation by the council is now under way, so we need all your support now! You can support City here.
Chairman Julian Tagg said: “We are very excited to launch this initiative, which we hope will be a significant step in the long-term prosperity and financial independence of Exeter City Football Club. As a supporter-owned club, a key part of our Mission Statement is the delivery of a viable financial performance, the developing of first-class facilities, both on and off the pitch, and engaging with our members, supporters and the wider community.”
For more information please feel free to contact the project team via:
Post: Freepost, St James Park Development
Telephone: 0800 148 8911