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Home Park Re-Development
2:10pm 16th August 2013
Plymouth will get a new ice rink, ten screen cinema and hotel and Plymouth Argyle will get a new grandstand.
It is after ambitious plans to redevelop Home Park were approved.
In all it will cost a hundred million pounds and mean a thousand new jobs.
Pilgrims owner James Brent told Pirate FM work will start within months: "What we're hoping to do, and there is still a lot of work to be done, is to be in a position to start on site in the autumn and if we font' have any weather or unexploded bombs or any of those wonderful things we'd hope to have the ice rink and the grandstand open by the end of 2014.
"Once that is built I think it will create a real sense of excitement around the city and it will give us pride, not just as Plymouth Argyle but as Plymothians and people in the south west.”2:10pm 16th August 2013
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