New stadium will provide a sporting and social legacy for the City of Bath with emphasis on five key areas:
- Providing a hybrid or artificial pitch with facilities which will facilitate public use and drive sporting participation
- Becoming an additional ‘sport focused campus’ accessible for all primary schools in Bath and North East Somerset
- Delivering multiple apprenticeships and hundreds of BTECs annually
- Creating a new ’sport’s officer’ role to deliver a cohesive approach to health and wellbeing in Bath with the objective of driving sporting participation
- Offering collaborative workspace and partnership opportunities for locally based charities
Stadium for Bath, the project that brings together Bath Rugby, Bath Rugby Foundation and Arena 1865 could provide a sporting and social legacy for the city focused on participation, well-being, learning and development. This social legacy hub will be based in the stadium’s community focused East Stand.
Its overall community-focused agenda will be to drive active involvement in grassroots sport and to address specific social needs in the city directly by way of targeted education opportunities for young adults, and indirectly by supporting charitable organisations operating in Bath. The project will focus particularly on children and young people, with an additional emphasis on promoting women’s sport.
A new ‘Sport’s Officer’ role will be created to ensure the delivery of a cohesive approach to sport, health and wellbeing in Bath, with the objective of driving an increased level of participation in grassroots sports making use of the stadium facilities. This new role will work with B&NES in terms of aligning objectives around sporting participation, obesity, health and well-being.
Early indications show that the new stadium could also become an additional ‘sport focused campus’ accessible for all primary schools in Bath and North East Somerset. As part of its ambition to inspire the next generations to take up grassroots sport, Stadium for Bath will promote the use of its facilities to all primary schools within the area as a venue to host their annual sports days. In addition, it hopes to create learning experiences through unique access and insight into the world of professional sport to promote a legacy of life-long sporting participation, and engagement in personal wellbeing and nutrition.
These sporting objectives will be supported by the provision of a hybrid or artificial pitch with public access facilities, which will not only provide the best possible playing surface for elite sport, but which will also support on-going use outside of matchdays which is not possible with the existing playing surface.
Stadium for Bath will also look to deliver several apprenticeships and up to 200 vocational academic qualifications annually, primarily focused on BTECs. The redevelopment will be a catalyst for accelerating the impact of the important work already being carried out by Bath Rugby Foundation. Up to 200 young people will be supported and enrolled into what will be the charity’s ‘Development Academy’.
An education suite will provide classroom space with supporting facilities to allow for lessons and mentoring to take place including the use of outside sports space for students who may struggle to focus through extended classroom periods. The principle user will be Bath Rugby Foundation to deliver BTEC classes at levels 1, 2 and 3. In addition, a minimum of five apprenticeship roles are being targeted annually in the various commercial and operational activities at the site.
It is also intended that office and classroom space located in the community focused East Stand will be available for use by charitable organisations in Bath. The provision of a unique space would allow for face-to-face, cross-charity collaborative working which often currently happens ‘online’ due to lack of free and available space. The opportunity for dedicated workspace will also be explored. The creation of this community hub could help enhance the impact of local charitable organisations.
All of the above will look to be provided as part of the Stadium for Bath project. This is in addition to the rent which Bath Rugby currently pay to not-for-profit charity, Bath Recreation Ltd for use of the land at the Rec. All rent received from Bath Rugby is invested by Bath Recreation Ltd in sport and recreational activity in Bath and the surrounding communities.
Tarquin McDonald, Chief Executive, Bath Rugby commented
“We feel a great sense of opportunity and also responsibility with this project… Opportunity and responsibility in terms of stadium design and riverside regeneration, but also in terms of the significant contribution we can make to the community through the long term social legacy this project can create.
“We believe in the power of elite sport to inspire and instil a sense of pride. We also recognise the unique opportunity we have to use sport every day, to promote sporting participation and active engagement with people from all corners of the city to promote physical and mental wellbeing, promote social cohesion and to support our communities.
“This is a unique moment in time. Stadium for Bath could be transformative not only by providing an exceptional place and riverside that we can all enjoy, but by driving real change in the heart of the city.
“We hope that you will support this project, and everything that it can bring to the city.”
Lynne Fernquest, Chief Executive, Bath Rugby Foundation commented:
“Bath Rugby Foundation uses the values of sport to change the lives of disadvantaged children and young people and over the last 15 years we are proud to have helped thousands of youngsters in B&NES discover and reach their full potential.
“We already work in schools, in the community and in our own classroom, but Stadium for Bath will provide us with the purpose-built space to connect and collaborate with other like-minded charities for the benefit of the increasing number of children and young people who need us.
“By supporting this project with its many benefits you’ll also be pledging to protect our most precious resource – the next generation.”
Stadium for Bath is urging the public to get behind the project:
Stadium for Bath’s public consultation will be held in the Ricoh Suite, in the South Stand of Bath’s current stadium at the Rec, from 11am to 7pm on Wednesday 25thand Thursday 26thJuly, 10am to 5pm on Friday 27thJuly and 10am to 4pm on Saturday 28thJuly.
At the event there will be the opportunity to speak with members of the project team, ask questions and give feedback on the initial emerging design concepts.
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STADIUM FOR BATH TO HOST PUBLIC CONSULTATION ON EMERGING SCHEME
Public invited to see emerging concepts for new stadium and riverside
Stadium for Bath is to launch the next round of consultation on its vision for a new leisure, sporting and community destination at the Rec.
The project, which brings together Bath Rugby, Bath Rugby Foundation and Arena 1865, hopes to deliver a new community-focused stadium which will act as a catalyst for riverside regeneration in the heart of the World Heritage City.
Over the past 18 months, Stadium for Bath has worked closely with key stakeholders across the cityincluding near neighbours and wider resident groups, local businesses, community groups, schools, city stakeholders and planning and technical stakeholders to understand their aspirations for the scheme. The design team has developed emerging concepts for creating new world-class facilities to benefit the city, wider community and the Club, with a particular emphasis on the broader civic legacy value.
The proposals include plans for the regeneration of the riverside between North Parade and Pulteney Bridge. The eastern bank of the River Avon adjacent to the Rec has the potential to become a new destination for residents and visitors to historic Bath, with the possibility of improved access to the city centre.
The Stadium for Bath public exhibition will be held in the Ricoh Suite, in the South Stand of Bath’s current stadium at the Rec, from 12pm to 7pm on Wednesday 25thand Thursday 26thJuly, 10am to 5pm on Friday 27thJuly and 10am to 4pm on Saturday 28thJuly.
At the event there will be the opportunity to speak with members of the project team, ask questions and give feedback on the initial emerging concept ideas.
For those who are unable to attend the event, all of the information will also be available viaalong with an online feedback form.
Chief Executive of Bath Rugby Tarquin McDonald said:
“This is an exciting time for the city as we progress to the next stage of consultation on Stadium for Bath’s vision to create a new destination in the heart of Bath that benefits everyone.
“Sport brings people together and has the power to make a profoundly positive impact on our communities and those who live within them.
“We believe that rugby can act as a catalyst for regeneration in the heart of the city, providing the opportunity to keep sport, not just rugby, alive in Bath, which we hope will inspire people to get involved, to get active and which will help promote overall wellbeing.
“This is also a unique opportunity to regenerate a neglected area of riverside creating a new space that we can all enjoy.
“The Rec is set in a wonderful part of our city and we have been working closely with our landlord Bath Recreation Limited, various organisations throughout the city and the local community to bring forward a scheme that is befitting to both its iconic location and its World Heritage status.”
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DRAFT DEVELOPMENT BRIEF PUBLISHED
Following an extensive 12-month pre-design consultation – Stadium for Bath today published its draft Development Brief for public consultation, signalling the official start of the Buy Cheapest Tramadol Online during which Grimshaw (who were appointed as lead architect in January) will develop design proposals for further consultation over coming months. It is intended that a planning application for redevelopment at the Rec will subsequently be submitted later in 2018.
The Tramadol Mastercard document, which is open to public consultation for the next three weeks, has been prepared in conjunction with key stakeholders and Bath and North East Somerset Council (“BANES”).
The Tramadol Mastercard Overnight forms an important milestone on the journey to deliver an exceptional Stadium for Bath. It sets out a comprehensive range of opportunities and constraints to be considered and provides the detailed framework which will enable the development of a permanent stadium. It is important both in meeting the requirements of the local planning policy as set out in BANES’ Placemaking Plan, and in setting clear guidance for the design process.
Throughout the duration of this project, Stadium for Bath has worked closely with key stakeholders including near neighbours, local businesses, schools, community groups, city stakeholders and technical and planning representatives to understand what matters most to them regarding the development of a new stadium at the Rec.
The feedback was captured in a document titled ‘Exploring the Opportunity’ published in November 2017. The Development Brief forms Volume II of this series and is to be read in conjunction with Volume I – Exploring the Opportunity.
At the conclusion of the three week consultation period (02.05.18), responses will be published, and an updated final version of the Development Brief will be available via stadiumforbath.com.
In addition to the formal publishing of the Tramadol Mastercard, Stadium for Bath continues to bring together and listen to representatives of the City of Bath and the wider community to advise on the Stadium for Bath project. Current steering groups include supporters, residents both near the Rec and throughout the city, amateur sports and community project groups,and schools.
Tarquin McDonald stated: “The purpose of the steering groups is to discuss key elements of stadium development that really matter to our stakeholders, such as detailed design and supporter experience considerations, community impact projects, and the future proofing of the new stadium.
“We will continue to keep an open-door policy with our engagement and urge the people of Bath to talk to us. We will get this right if we all work together.”
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DESIGN YOUR OWN STADIUM COMPETITION
March sees the launch of the Stadium for Bath Design Your Own Stadium primary school competition, offering pupils from the age of 4-11 the chance to win a Bath Rugby replica shirt every month from April to June.
Furthermore, in June winning entries will be submitted to an expert judging panel where overall winner for each age category will be decided.
Winning designs will then made into a 3D MODEL by Stadium for Bath’s lead architect Grimshaw. This is a money can’t buy prize that will allow your dream stadium design to become a (model) reality.
How to get Involved
We want you to design a new stadium. If you’re feeling creative, you can design a new riverside area too.
All you need to do is get hold of an entry form and let your imagination run wild.
You can post a large A3 self-addressed envelope to Stadium for Bath Primary Schools Competition, Farleigh House, Farleigh Hungerford, Nr Bath, BA2 7RW – we will then post a form back to you.
You can collect a form from the Bath Rugby Ticket Office or Bath Rugby Retail Shop on Argyle Street or you can Tramadol Pay With Mastercard
The Bath Rugby Community Team are also delivering forms to schools taking part in the Aviva Tackling by Numbers programme.
All entries will need to be coloured in and include a detailed description of your design and all of its special features. You can write this on the back of the entry form.
How to Enter
Entries must be submitted either by post to Stadium for Bath Primary Schools Competition, Farleigh House, Farleigh Hungerford, Nr Bath, BA2 7RW. The closing date for entries is 31st May 2018.
Judges will be considering the following overall criteria:
History and Heritage Bath is a UNESCO World-Heritage Site. Judges will be looking for entries that take this into account. Can you create a modern design that compliments or highlights our rich heritage?
Our Neighbours The Rec is surrounded by neighbours, how can you make sure the new stadium works in harmony with them? Their main concerns are noise coming out of the stadium.
Innovation and the Future What gives your stadium the ‘cool factor’? We want to uncover new ideas, so be as creative as you can and be sure to tell all about your ideas.
Community How does your stadium help the community? We want to see how you will create a building that is more than just a stadium, what can it do to help people? This could be with facilities or something else. The design is all yours so think really hard as you never know, it could happen.
Riverside Can you also have a go at designing a new riverside? As part of the Stadium for Bath project, we think there is a really cool opportunity to make the riverside around the Rec really beautiful. What would you create?
Environment Is your stadium environmentally friendly? Have you thought about energy, water use or wildlife? Is it made from sustainable materials?
The Fine Print
Design a colourful stadium using your imagination and each month we’ll pick a winner from each of the different age categories.
- 4 years old to 6 years old
- 7 years old to 9 years old
- 10 years old to 11 years old
If you are picked as a monthly winner you will receive a blue, black and white replica shirt.
The completion will run each month from 1st March 2018 – 31st May 2018. Winners will be then be announced in April, May and June.
Ts & Cs
- It is not possible to return your entries once you have submitted them.
- All pupils from primary schools independent, academy or part of the Local Authority within the area of Bath and North East Somerset and Wiltshire are eligible to enter the competition and will be eligible to win the competition prize.
- If your primary school is not entering, you are able to enter as an individual.
- In June once all monthly competitions have taken place, the nine winning entries (three from each age category) will be submitted to a judging panel and an overall winner will be decided by an expert panel including an architect on the Stadium for Bath project and a legendary Blue, Black and White player.
Your design will be made into a 3D model by Stadium for Bath’s lead architect Grimshaw
This is a money can’t buy prize that will allow your design to become a reality.
Monthly Competition Prize
There are three prizes to be won each month as follows:
- Junior Replica Shirt – Age Category – 4-6
- Junior Replica Shirt – Age Category – 7-9
- Junior Replica Shirt – Age Category – 10-11
- No responsibility is accepted by Bath Rugby or Stadium for Bath for entries lost, delayed, misdirected, incomplete or which cannot be entered for any technical or other reason. Proof of delivery of entry is not proof of receipt.
- Winners will be required to take part in promotional activity, including the publication of photos of winning entries online and in print publications by Stadium for Bath and its partners, and the entrant hereby agrees and consents to such participation without additional compensation.
- Stadium for Bath exclude liability for any damage, loss, liabilities, or disappointment incurred or suffered by any entrant as a result of entering the competition.
- Entry into the competition is acceptance of these terms and conditions.
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Judging process and winner selection:
- Entries for the ‘Design Your Own Stadium’ competition must be submitted either by post to: Stadium for Bath Primary Schools Competition, Farleigh House, Farleigh Hungerford, Nr Bath, BA2 7RW or in person to an official competition entry point. These include: The Official Bath Rugby Ticket Office and The Bath Rugby Retail Shop on Argyle Street or to a member of the Bath Rugby Community Team.
- Following the monthly winners, an expert panel of judges will choose one overall winner from each age category (there will be a maximum of nine finalists in total, three from each category). The finalists will then be invited to participate in a promotional event in June which will take place at the Rec, the date is to be confirmed.
- At the winners day, an overall winner for each category will be announced. The winners will receive a 3D model of their design created by Grimshaw
- The panel of judges, which shall include one judge independent of Stadium for Bath, will be appointed by Stadium for Bath. The judges’ decision shall be final and Stadium for Bath will not enter into any discussion or correspondence concerning the results.
- Stadium for Bath may change the advertised panel of expert judges in the event of circumstances outside of their control.
- Stadium for Bath is the project that brings together Bath Rugby, Bath Rugby Foundation and Arena 1865.
GRIMSHAW APPOINTED AS LEAD ARCHITECT
Following a rigorous selection process, Stadium for Bath – the project that brings together Bath Rugby, Bath Rugby Foundation and Arena 1865 – has appointed globally renowned firm Grimshaw as lead architect to realise the vision for a new community focused stadium in the heart of Bath – a certified UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Multi award-winning firm Tramadol Orders – whose design credentials span across the globe – have been appointed to develop plans for an exceptional new stadium, with a target capacity of 18,000, which will replace Bath Rugby’s current facilities at the Tramadol Order Online Uk in the City of Bath. Grimshaw’s current and previous experience includes sporting destinations such as the Wimbledon Master Plan, including No1 Court, the Curragh Racecourse; and the delivery of projects in sensitive heritage locations such as Thermae Bath Spa and the recently approved changes to the grade II-Listed former Herman Miller factory for Bath Spa University.
Stadium for Bath undertook a rigorous architect selection process. Design credentials and design process were key to selection but equal importance was placed on the individuals, the team and the way they work. In addition, as part of the pre-design listening process Stadium for Bath asked stakeholders, including local residents and supporters, to list their considerations for appointing a lead architect and design team.
The project team reviewed a long list of top-name architects and specifically engaged with eight as part of the selection process. A fundamental quality of the winning architect was the demonstration of its ability to listen and collaborate with all stakeholders as part of the design process.
Stadium for Bath intends to submit a final design for planning approval during 2018.
Commenting on today’s announcement Tarquin McDonald, Bath Rugby Chief Executive said:
“This project is about a Club that plays its rugby and lives in the heart of Bath – a World Heritage site – and has done so for over 120 years. However, if we want to continue to be Bath Rugby and remain in the heart of this unique city we must be so much more than a rugby club. Stadium for Bath is about delivering a new home for Bath Rugby but it is clear that this project goes beyond that. It is about rugby as a catalyst for riverside regeneration in the centre of Bath and the provision of significant community benefits that create a legacy for everyone whether or not they are rugby supporters.
“We have spent months undertaking a robust architect selection process and believe that we now have the best team in place to design an amazing place to watch rugby and a truly exceptional destination that will become a jewel in the city’s crown.
“We will now accelerate the design process and we look forward to consulting with stakeholders across the city, including local residents and our supporters, as we all work together to create a brilliant legacy for Bath.”
Kirsten Lees, Partner at Grimshaw
“We very much look forward to working with Stadium for Bath to deliver this hugely prestigious and exciting project. The site’s sensitive and complex location demands a very special and unique design response in order to deliver the project’s aspirational objectives. The scheme is set to deliver wider benefits to the city including riverside regeneration and an enhanced relationship with the Recreation Ground in order to provide an exceptional new home for Bath Rugby, emblematic of its place, its community and the UNESCO World Heritage City of Bath.”
The design aesthetic and stadium experience will be fundamental to the overall design solution. It is clear that the smart use of space at the site, the design of internal and operational spaces, and the landscape setting of the stadium will also be essential components of a successful design. Grimshaw has therefore appointed two further practices, Tramadol Order Online Mexico and Tramadol Order Online Overnight, as sub-contractors to provide further design expertise on this unique project.
Kay Elliott has been appointed Destination and Interiors Architect. Kay Elliott will have overarching responsibility for designing the internal look and feel of the new stadium. Internal areas include hospitality, player areas, bars and toilets, together with non-matchday uses such as conferencing and banqueting.
Gross Max has been appointed to lead on riverside design and the public realm to ensure that they are delivered to an exceptional standard befitting Bath.
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STADIUM FOR BATH
Stadium for Bath is about creating something exceptional in the heart of Bath. it’s about delivering a new home for Bath Rugby, regenerating the riverside in the heart of Bath, and creating wider sporting and city benefits, building a brilliant legacy for all. It’s about providing world-class facilities and an amazing place to watch rugby. It’s about a design solution which both celebrates and complements Bath, and which ensures that Bath Rugby continues to be a source of pride and inspiration for the city. It’s a place that will become a catalyst for helping Bath Rugby Foundation deliver wider sporting and community benefits; focusing in particular on empowering young people to succeed in life.
Stadium for Bath is the project which brings together Bath Rugby, Bath Rugby Foundation and Arena 1865.
Founded in 1980, Grimshaw operates worldwide, with offices in New York, London, Doha, Dubai, Kuala Lumpur, Melbourne and Sydney employing over 500 staff. The practice’s international portfolio covers various sectors, with substantial experience in aviation projects of all scales, leisure schemes, transport, offices, education, sports, the industrial sector and master planning. Committed to providing architecture of the highest calibre, the company’s work is characterised by strong conceptual legibility, innovation and a rigorous approach to detailing, underpinned by the principles of enduring and sustainable design. Grimshaw has been honoured with over 200 international design awards including the prestigious Lubetkin Prize.
Kay Elliott is an international studio of highly imaginative architects and designers, creating buildings and places that enhance their surroundings and the lives of all who use them.
Their projects include commercial, cultural, housing, health, education sectors, the leisure sector, regeneration and masterplanning. Kay Elliott’s built portfolio amounts to £1/2 billion, spanning 24 countries on 4 continents and serving 25 million users each year.
GROSS. MAX., founded in 1995 by partners Bridget Baines and Eelco Hooftman, has been widely regarded as one of the few UK-based exponents of a new generation of contemporary European landscape architecture. With their headquarters located in Edinburgh GROSS MAX have gained a reputation for delivering contemporary landscape designs within the most sensitive settings. Winning numerous competitions and awards for public space, the practice has an international portfolio of exciting and challenging projects.
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