Southam to get new football stadium plus 236 new houses

A computer-generated image of the what the new stadium will look like.

A computer-generated image of the what the new stadium will look like.

0
Have your say

Southam United Football Club have finally been given permission to build a new and bigger stadium - almost 20 years after first mooting the idea.

Stratford District councillors have approved the club’s plans, which will see the current stadium and bowling club off Banbury Road knocked down and replaced with new pitches and facilities - including a hub building, floodlighting and new bowls club, as well as 236 new homes built by Bloor Homes.

A computer-generated image of the what the new stadium will look like.
A computer-generated image of the what the new stadium will look like.

The new homes will form part of the district council’s Core Strategy, which proposes to build 10,800 homes across the district by 2031.

 

Back to the top of the page