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Football and Stadium Management April - May 2019 contents

1

Newcastle Eliminate Plastic Water Bottles From Training Ground In Support Of Sky Ocean Rescue

Newcastle United have eliminated the use of single-use plastic water bottles from their training ground in support of the Sky Ocean Rescue initiative.

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2

Toro Introduces New ProStripe® 560 Mower

The Toro Company, a global leader in turf and landscape maintenance equipment, is launching the new ProStripe® 560 striping mower. The model is designed with premier sports venues, municipalities, resorts and golf clubs in mind; combining the benefits of a precise cut and clean striped finish with the simplicity of a walk power mower.

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3

Wasps vow to press ahead with major development

Plans to build a 150-bedroom hotel on one of the Ricoh Arena car parks will proceed as planned – but there are some doubts about it’s readiness for Coventry’s year as city of culture.

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4

Taking a stand against terrorism in stadiums

For the loyal fan, football grounds are a beacon of hope; a place to gather to experience joyful moments and great sporting occasions. However, with stadiums attracting upwards of 50,000 fans, they are also attractive targets for terrorists. Whilst the ultimate attack may target crowds inside the venue, spectators gathered around the ground offer an equally attractive and vulnerable target. Unfortunately, this is not a theoretical situation, with attacks on the Stade de France and Bangalore’s M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, and planned attacks on venues such as the Camp Nou in Barcelona, bearing witness to the appetite to target football grounds.

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5

Aggregate Industries scores a home win for Heart of Midlothian Football Club with spectacular new hybrid pitch

Leading Scottish football club Heart of Midlothian Football Club has upgraded its famed Tynecastle Park in Edinburgh with a new state-of-the-art hybrid pitch thanks to Aggregate Industries’ drainage stone, sand and rootzone.

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6

PATRIZIA secures planning for 375-unit build-to-rent scheme at Edgbaston

PATRIZIA Immobilien AG, the global partner for pan-European real estate investment, has received planning permission for its new ‘Edgbaston Residences’ build-to-rent (BTR) scheme on land surrounding Birmingham’s iconic Edgbaston Stadium, with a GDV of £85 million in a core residential scheme.

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7

Safety improvements made to Sussex club’s home ground

New pitch perimeter fencing and security gates have been installed at Billingshurst FC’s home ground in Sussex to improve safety for everyone at the club on matchdays. The new facilities were unveiled recently (Wednesday 20 March 2019), prior to a game against Brighton and Hove Albion’s under-18s team.

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8

Preparing Hospitality at Wembley

Football & Stadium Management speak to Paul Scannell, Head of Hospitality for The Football Association as he prepares for the Emirates FA Cup Final in May and a busy year of big events at Wembley Stadium.

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