Status of Rec already decided
In short it's a case of naked self interest – Bath Rugby v The Rec.
The Recreation Ground, had its legal status confirmed in a judicial ruling by the high court ten years ago, leaving local council tax payers to pickup the rather hefty bill.
The high court ruled that this central green open space be left in trust for Bath residents to enjoy and participate in a multitude of sports and leisure activities, It's that simple.
To construct a commercially dominated rugby stadium which will have a capacity of three times that of the Royal Albert Hall with all the appropriate infrastructure in this highly sensitive location, quite frankly beggar's belief.
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The Recreation Ground trust must and should start to focus and abide by the terms and objectives of the original legal covenant, to represent the interests of the beneficiaries namely, the residents of Bath.
MICK RINGHAM Bath