Future of Gloucester City FC stadium undecided

An artist's impression of the new stadium
Image caption The club has been playing home games at other club's grounds for four years

Councillors have requested more time to consider a football club's plans to rebuild its stadium.

Gloucester City FC's ground at Meadow Park was submerged during flooding in 2007 and has been shut ever since.

City councillors asked the club to provide more detail about how the new designs would ensure the ground was not hit by flooding again.

A technical committee has been formed by the council to assess the impact of the plans.

Since 2007 Gloucester City have played home games at the grounds of Forest Green Rovers, Cirencester Town and Cheltenham Town.

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