A couple of conditions need to be considered by the club during the construction of the stadium (should it get the green light), including investing £140,000 on new traffic measures and only hosting 3 open-air music concerts per year. Other conditions insist the installation of CCTV cameras in the area, as well as safeguarding hedgehogs who live around the site. These all appear to be relatively effortless for the club to incorporate in to their plans as they were all thought of and addressed during the second round of consultations at the University of the West of England.
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Afterwards, if successful, focus turns to Bristol City council who will decide whether to grant planning permission for Sainsbury's to build their new store in August.
It's an exciting time to be a Gashead and with Mark McGhee looking to recruit a number of new players, on the field success is also an immediate target for the club.
Up the Gas!