CEO Stuart Page is part of the redevelopment committee for Bath City Football Club, helping to create a club that has something for everyone
Bath City Football Club has reached an agreement with Greenacre Capital for the joint redevelopment of Twerton Park. While development proposals are still at an early stage, the redevelopment project could include a new gym, social club/café, 3G pitch, office space and affordable, student accommodation.
Nick Blofeld, Chair of Bath City Football Club, said of the plans, ‘We aim to improve the existing club facilities and make them more appropriate for the wider community, so that the club can become more of a local hub. We are a democratic, community-owned club and we will carefully consult with local people, community groups and our members and supporters to ensure that the redeveloped Twerton Park is a source of pride in Twerton, Bath and beyond.’
For Stuart Page, CEO of Enigma Alliance, being part of the redevelopment of a club that has something for everyone has a definite feel-good factor.
‘That’s what sport should be about. Building safe, modern facilities from hospitality venues to a new and improved stadium will make the club even more of an appealing place for the community. And the fact that they also have a say in the development is even more inspiring.’
CEO Stuart is Vice Chairman of the Supporters Society Committee, which is the 54% shareholder of Bath City FC, meaning the local community has control over the club’s future. Stuart is also part of the stadium re-development group for Bath City FC, which is overseeing upgrades and new developments.