The Treasury spells it out: no stadium cash from central government without “robust plans” for long-term sustainability

Posted By on 5th December 2018

By Anne North The government has spelled out some of the concerns it has about using taxpayers’ money to support the privately-owned and operated Truro stadium project. The Treasury has…

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  1. Yet the stadium cannot attract enough private capital, proving the business case to be flawed! A vanity project too far!

  2. I would really like to see a stadium for Cornwall, but the business and sustainability case needs to be made.

    The treasury is being pragmatic and not allowing emotion to affect their decision, which perhaps many of our councillors did when voting to spend £3million to support the project.

    If there is a true business case to be made, the project should need neither local or national government money.

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