Some of the ques­tions raised by ob­jec­tors

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Jack Spar­row: What will the 18,000 (ca­pac­ity) sta­dium be used for 345 days per year, when not re­quired by the rugby club? Do you have any con­cerns about the ef­fect on the World Her­itage sta­tus of Bath? Mr Far­rell: Is it the trustees’ ex­pec­ta­tion that the club will be re­spon­si­ble for the fi­nanc­ing, run­ning and man­age­ment of ALL of the de­vel­op­ment when com­plete? Mr & Mrs New­bi­gin: Look­ing at the dis­play plus the Sta­dium for Bath web­site, there are no di­men­sions. The lack of scale would in­di­cate that this sta­dium will take up 50% of the Rec. It will also, on the map, come up to the pavil­ion, a grade I-listed build­ing. At the same time, it would com­pletely block and dis­fig­ure any view from the rear of all the houses up to Wil­liam Street. Does the char­ity/lim­ited com­pany wish to go down in his­tory as per the 1960s, i.e. the rape of Bath? Rose­mary Carne, headed “with­out prej­u­dice”: Re: Pol­lu­tion. The recre­ation green is a nat­u­ral green lung at the heart of the City of Bath. Grants to help fund its con­tri­bu­tion to pol­lu­tion con­trol should be in­ves­ti­gated. The Sta­dium for Bath pro­posal for an 800-car park and a noisy open struc­ture would add to air, noise and light pol­lu­tion. To see the full list of ques­tions go to https://www.som­er­ sport/67-ques­tions-ob­jec­tors-new­bath-2076241

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