- Tue Jan 14, 2020 6:27 pm
Since writing the above post, I've just seen the News article on the same topic published today, 14th January.
I quote, "The planning application for the Milton End proposal will be lodged within the next fortnight. Yet, if approved, the Blues’ owners will not begin construction until they hear assurances during a number of crunch meetings planned in forthcoming weeks."
In the same article, Mark Catlin then goes on to say, "Now it’s for us to get together with the council, Network Rail, the Highways Agency, local government and national government and see what they can do to support us.
‘We are looking for them to help trigger this – and we feel it will also bring them much wider opportunity and prospects for the larger Fratton area.
‘We don’t want to be investing a significant amount of millions into the Milton End if, ultimately, we can’t achieve our ambitions at Fratton Park."
Bringing together these outside decision-makers is at best, ambitious. And, at worst, pie in the sky.
Milton End is entering a new era with Tornante