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Maximise Space To Boost Revenue And Fan Enjoyment

26 March 2015 by Nick Daffern

Nick Daffern is the managing director and co-founder of Rapid Retail Limited, which provides branded retail units to the likes of Leicester Tigers, Gloucester Rugby, Hull KR, Manchester City FC and mo...

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Bath 'Quietly Optimistic' On Rec Ruling, Says Tarquin McDonald

18 March 2015 by Mark Tilley

Bath managing director Tarquin McDonald has said the club remain 'quietly optimistic' over the impending tribunal decision on expansion plans for The Recreation Ground. Expansion plans have been on h...

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New Castleford Stadium Gains Planning Permission

25 February 2015 by Mark Tilley

Castleford Tigers' hopes of a new stadium were boosted after Wakefield Council granted planning permission for the £135m Five Towns Park development. Members of Wakefield Council's planning committee...

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Ospreys' Ground Could Be Sold To Swansea City FC

10 February 2015 by Mark Tilley

The Liberty Stadium, home of the Ospreys, could be sold to Swansea City Football Club, the city council has confirmed. The council, which owns the ground, says it has held "positive, exploratory" talk...

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Glasgow Boost Scotstoun Capacity For PRO12 Run-In

10 February 2015 by Mark Tilley

Glasgow Warriors have increased the capacity of Scotstoun Stadium to 7,244 for the next three Guinness Pro12 matches. A new 1,649 all-seater east stand will be constructed to replace the standing terr...

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£15m RDS Redevelopment Confirmed

4 February 2015 by Mark Tilley

Leinster's RDS Arena in Dublin has secured the green light for a £15 million redevelopment. The stadium in Donnybrook will be transformed into a 25,000-capacity venue that will not only host Leinste...

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