We will now have wonderful facilities valid for Step Five, says Glebe chairman Rocky McMillan
GLEBE chairman Rocky McMillan says the club have been granted permission by Bromley council to improve facilities at their new ground in Chislehurst.
The Kent Invicta League club have tonight been granted permission by Bromley council to erect new floodlights, covered standing for 100 people and 100 seats, which will be meet ground grading criteria for their current level and the Southern Counties East Football League.
Glebe's move to their new ground in Chislehurst moved a step closer with Bromley council granting permission to erect floodlights and a 100-seater stand.
Photo: Glebe FC
Mr McMillan issued the following statement on the club’s Twitter feed.
“This is incredible news for every member of Glebe FC and the local community. I cannot believe how enthusiastic my own council are. My sincere thanks to Bromley Council and our architect.
“We’ve also been granted permission for fencing as per FA rules for four sides of the ground.
“We will now have wonderful facilities valid for Step Five. Now if that’s not an incentive…”
The Glebe founder also said that the venue will have three reception rooms and a car park for 100 cars.
The club are currently celebrating their 20th anniversary and have vacated Holmesdale’s Oakley Road ground in Bromley and are preparing their new ground at Foxbury Avenue, off Perry Street, Chislehurst in time for the new season.
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