Gloucester City Chairman Mike Dunstan announced at this evenings presentation evening that the club has completed all 42 reserved matters and conditions attached to their planning application for a new stadium in Gloucester.

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The application has now been submitted to Gloucester City Council, who will now have to check and validate the huge number of pages of data submitted to discharge the conditions.

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Commenting on this milestone, Dunstan said “A huge team has worked incredibly hard to get us to this point, and I am delighted that the final geotechnical and drainage reports are now complete and lodged with the council.

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“It is vital now that we move as quickly as possible to a full approval so that we can start to build a new home for this City’s football club, its going to take some time for the Council to work through all of the data submitted and the club stands ready to help in any way with that.”

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Dunstan continued, saying “Its great to have been able to announce this to round off another season of achievement – I am so grateful for everyone who has worked so hard on this, and also to the fans for their patience.

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“Even in these difficult times the fans have continued to support the team and have been signing up in really strong numbers for season tickets for next year – hopefully this news will encourage even more sales as we look to plan for our last season in Cheltenham in what is probably the highest quality league we have ever played in.

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“It is an exciting time for everyone at the club, and hopefully the city will get even further behind us as we embark on our long overdue return!”

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Early bird season ticket prices have been frozen for the third year in a row and are available to apply for on http://www.gloucestercityafc.com/?page_id=6249, with prices starting from as low as £7!

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