Aberdeen Football Club has announced dates for the public will to inspect proposals for a new state-of-the-art stadium.
Last month, the Dons revealed they had submitted a Proposal of Application Notice to Aberdeen City Council, Nigg Community Council and Cove & Altens Community Council as part of the process towards the construction of the long-awaited new stadium at Loirston Loch.
The new 21,000-seater stadium is expected to offer state of the art facilities including hospitality suites, parking and also a museum.
There will be a general public consultation exercise at the Thistle Altens Hotel on Sunday 9th May, between 1pm and 5pm and Monday 10th May, between 3pm and 8pm and also in the Richard Donald Suite at Pittodrie Stadium on Tuesday 11th May, between 3pm and 8pm.
Aberdeen have organised a special consultation evening for supporters on Thursday 13th May, where fans can view the initial proposals for the stadium, alongside club representatives who will be in attendance throughout the evening.
Posted on 28/04/2010