The Bruges stadium file recently came into question again, after the Council of State decided that no stadium may be built for Cercle along the Blankenbergse Steenweg. This immediately jeopardized Club’s plans, because without moving its neighbor it cannot build its own stadium on the site of the Jan Breydel Stadium.
But despite the judgment, Flemish Minister of the Environment Zuhal Demir has decided to go ahead with the plans to build the Cercle stadium on Blankenbergse Steenweg, various media report. That decision was taken after consultation with Club, Cercle and the Bruges city council. Of course, the spatial implementation plan will be adjusted to meet the criticisms of the Council of State.
The new plan should be approved by the Flemish government within a month. The Council of State criticized, among other things, the fact that the area intended for football in Bruges would increase from 21 to 71 hectares in the plan. That therefore seems to be a very important work point for the Bruges clubs.
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