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Appeal: New community pitches approved for Yeovil Town FC

Huish Park Stadium / Lewis Clarke

Plans submitted by Yeovil Town FC to build two new pitches west of the town for community use have been approved, clearing the way for a future scheme to redevelop the club’s match-day stadium.

The club took up residence at Huish Park stadium, within the settlement boundary of Yeovil, in 1990. Since then, its facilities have become outdated, leading to proposals to develop the land around the stadium, which is currently occupied by community sports facilities. Under the proposed plans, a hotel .....Sign Up or Login to read full article



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