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Football stadium on Green Belt land

Clydebelt objected to outline planning application number 95/151 for a new Clydebank Football Club stadium and car parks on the Green Belt between Hardgate and Drumchapel, between the Boulevard and the golf course:

But the Club failed to provide a traffic impact study. On 16th October 1996 West Dunbartonshire Council Planning Committee refused the application.

The owners sold the Football Club at Kilbowie and the new owner's plans to redevelop the Club seem to involve moving away from the town.

Following representations by Clydebelt, dumping near Braidfield Farm next to the proposed Stadium development was referred to the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency.

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