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Stand handshake

Date published: 02 December 2013

ATHLETIC have officially announced the hand-over of control for the construction of the new North Stand to Holroy Developments of Chadderton.

Chairman Simon Corney took to the Boundary Park pitch at half-time yesterday to shake hands on the deal with Holroy’s Paul Whitehead.

The new £6million structure, which is to replace the old Lookers Stand, is set to feature executive boxes, a supporters’ bar, corporate facilities and 500-capacity function room.

“I will be proud when the new North Stand is finished as there is still a lot of hard work to do,” Corney stated in the Bradford match programme. “By the end of January or early February, we ought to have a good idea as to the shape as the frame ought to be up.

“There is a long way to go as we still have to attract tenants and also find some money.”

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"By the end of January or early February, we ought to have a good idea as to the shape as the frame ought to be up", Errr wouldnt the plans have told you the shape Simon? Joking aside very much looking forward to having 4 sides again as its been long enough coming !

 

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