“Plymouth Argyle’s £21 Million Transformation Project at Brickfields Site Set to Commence

Plymouth Argyle’s £21 Million Transformation Project at Brickfields Site Set to Commence -:

The eagerly awaited £21 million redevelopment of the Brickfields site in Devonport, aimed at bolstering Plymouth Argyle’s youth academy and enhancing various sports clubs across the city, is poised to initiate next month.

Beginning on September 1st, the six-month closure of the Brickfields site will facilitate the realization of an array of exciting plans.

This transformative initiative encompasses the establishment of a dynamic community hub and center of excellence, as well as serving as a home base for the Argyle women’s first team.

Plymouth City Council’s substantial investment of £2.75 million bolsters this £21 million endeavor, which will be overseen by the Plymouth Argyle Community Trust (PACT).

This visionary project thrives on the collaboration between the council, PACT, Plymouth Argyle, Plymouth Albion RFC, and Devonport Community Leisure.

At its core, the new site aspires to uplift community health, promote well-being, and inspire higher aspirations, as reported by the Local Democracy Reporting Service (LDRS).

Anticipated enhancements for the Plymouth Argyle Youth Academy encompass state-of-the-art pitches and a dedicated classroom facility.

Tudor Evans, Leader of Plymouth City Council, articulated, “This partnership underscores the ambitions we share for our community, fostering improved health outcomes for Devonport’s residents and providing enhanced access to facilities. The holistic revamp will reimagine and upgrade the entire complex, resulting in some of the most exceptional outdoor sports facilities in the southwestern region.”

The forthcoming community hub is earmarked to house dedicated spaces for young individuals, comprehensive education and employment programs, vital well-being services, a soft play area, and an accessible gym.

The council’s financial contribution will facilitate essential infrastructure development, support for hockey facilities, the relocation of the adjacent pétanque court, and the ongoing maintenance of the athletic track.

During the construction phase, classes and activities will be temporarily relocated. Memberships will be seamlessly transferred to the Plymouth Life Centre and Plympton Pool and Gym. Additionally, alternative arrangements are in progress for yoga, pilates, and spin classes.”

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