Manchester City’s planning application for a new fan experience and year-round entertainment destination at the Etihad Stadium has been approved. The plans were given the green light by Manchester City Council’s planning committee on Thursday (27 July) after the football club consulted fans and the local community earlier this year before submitting the planning application. Manchester City’s approved proposals for the £300 million Etihad Stadium development include a North Stand expansion to increase the stadium’s capacity to more than 60,000. The plans also include a sky bar with views of the pitch, a stadium roof walk experience, and the covered City Square fan zone. The fan zone will be able to house 3,000 people. It will include various F&B outlets, a new club shop, a museum, and a 400-bed hotel. The main construction works are due to start in November, meaning the North Stand expansion would be complete and open during the 2025/26 football season. City Square would be finished by late 2026. Source: blooloop
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