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Ashton Vale Move Gets Go Ahead

Bristol City took a step nearer to having a new stadium when plans for the deal were rubber stamped on Wednesday.

The Ashton Vale venue was given the go ahead after a meeting that followed up the initial green light they received back in November after supplying answers to a number of questions about the new stadium`s viability.

City chief executive Colin Sexstone was delighted with the outcome.

"It is a good result," he told his club's official website.

"The positive side is we've got through this big hurdle. There are a few more to go, but this is good news."




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Writer: Andy999 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday February 11 2010

Time: 3:40PM

 

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