UK Rugby Team’s New Stadium Plans Approved

10 April 2011 (Last Updated April 10th, 2011 18:30)

Castleford Tigers, a UK-based Rugby team, has secured planning permission for the construction of a new stadium in West Yorkshire, UK. The new stadium, which will have a seating capacity of 13,300 spectators, was designed by UK-based architects Ramsdens and Partners. Castle

Castleford Tigers, a UK-based Rugby team, has secured planning permission for the construction of a new stadium in West Yorkshire, UK.

The new stadium, which will have a seating capacity of 13,300 spectators, was designed by UK-based architects Ramsdens and Partners.

Castleford Tigers agreed to move in a £50m deal that will see its current site become a supermarket.

The new development is expected to be a multi-activity venue that will provide a high quality sporting environment.

The stadium is to be completed before mid-2013.