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DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE l STADIUMS


■ University of Notre Dame stadium Notre Dame, Indiana, US Opening: 2018


The American University of Notre Dame’s 80,000-seater football stadium in Indiana is to undergo a US$400m (£242m, €295m) expansion to improve facilities and increase the stadium’s size. The development of the venue will


create 4,000 new seats and three large buildings will fl ank the arena sides, with the buildings adding about 750,000sq ft (69,677sq m). It will also house a student centre and the university’s anthropology and psychology departments. Construction is slated to begin in 2015


and is expected to take three years to Details: http://lei.sr?a=t8b2v


The stadium capacity is expected to increase to 84,000 through the expansion


■ Atlanta Braves Atlanta, US Opening: 2017


The Atlanta Braves baseball team has moved a step closer to sealing a move to its future home after Cobb County Commissioners gave unanimous approval for American Builders 2017 to operate as construction manager for the new ballpark. American Builders 2017 will


oversee the build on the new 41,500-capacity US$622m (€456m, £371.5m) stadium, which will include restaurants, retail outlets, residential, offi ce space and a boutique hotel as part of the mixed-use development. Details: http://lei.sr?a=F6R4G


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■ Cornwall Rugby Stadium Truro, UK Opening: TBC


Development company Inox has tabled proposals for the long awaited Stadium of Cornwall to be built at Threemilestone near Truro. Inox, which has already gained outline planning permission to build the stadium, has now secured an option on an additional 35 acres of land adjoining Langarth Farm. The additional


space is to be used for a commercial development which, in turn, will fund the £15m, 10,000- seat stadium project. Facilities will include physiotherapy suites


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and full training facilities for able-bodied and disabled athletes. The stadium will also be made available for public use. Though no team has as yet been


confi rmed to be moving into the stadium, a trio of clubs – consisting of the Cornish Pirates rugby team, Truro City Football Club and Truro Fencing Club – have all expressed their interest in relocating to the planned stadium. Details: http://lei.sr?a=b1k9e


The new stadium has been designed by the Miller Partnership www.sportshandbook.com


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