Green light for Five Towns Park!
Posted: Friday 3rd July 2015 - 7:58 PM
Castleford Tigers are thrilled to confirm the Secretary of State's decision not to 'call in' Five Towns Park.
Philip Lunn, Managing Director of Lateral Property Group said:
“We welcome the Secretary of State’s decision not to ‘call-in’ the Five Towns Park planning application and to allow Wakefield Council’s decision to stand. This is a significant step towards the delivery of this development.
“I am sure that many people within the community will be delighted with this news. We expect to make further announcements soon.”
Tiger CEO Steve Gill is thrilled to bits to finally get the good news:
"It's a huge relief to hear the application is not being called in, we are now in a great position to deliver the Five Towns Park project to our local community. There are a lot of excited people in Cas at the moment, but we still have a lot of work to do before we start the groundwork. Be patient Cas fans and thank you so much for all for your support."
Castleford Tigers take on Widnes Vikings this Sunday with a 3.30pm kick off and this is one game not to be missed as the Tigers looks to cement that all important top eight position and push on towards the play offs.
In a league where every game matters our Tigers are proving that every second matters! Tell your friends, tell your neighbours, tell everyone, let's fill The Mend-A-Hose Jungle on Sunday 5th July, you won't want to miss it. Grab your tickets instore from the Tigers Den 9am-5pm on Saturday or book your tickets online here.
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