Faversham Town is currently carrying out ambitious plans to redevelop Shepherd Neame Stadium.
The proposals have been broken down into five separate stages:
Phase One (Completed March 2017)
A new changing room pavilion has been built, complete with disabled changing facilities and a medical room. The building also includes new spectator toilet facilities. Phase Two
The existing changing rooms and toilets will be demolished to create more space, with a second tier added above the changing rooms containing additional hospitality and function rooms to bring in revenue seven days a week. A new entrance will be installed, and the current one will become an exit.
The current clubhouse will be demolished and a dedicated coffee shop built, together with a sports retail unit. New meeting rooms and offices will be built to create a versatile space bringing in extra revenue streams. A new turnstile entrance will also be added to the ground.
The near-side stand will be demolished at this stage. A new 120-person stand and a fitness centre with separate changing rooms will all be installed.
A sports hall catering for a variety of users will be built, including a viewing balcony and reception area