Latest images from Binfield FC development show they’ve put a lid on it

The roof is on at Binfield FC's new development. Photo: Glenn Duggleby.

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The roof is on at Binfield FC's new development. Photo: Glenn Duggleby.

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Things are really picking up pace at Binfield Football Club’s Hill Farm Lane ground with the roof going on the clubs new changing room block.

The building is extended off the clubs main bar and replaces the ‘shed’ stand that was on site looking down towards the pitch.

As you’ll know from previous articles, Hill Farm Lane ground is undergoing more than £300,000 worth of redevelopment in 2017 as part of the ‘staged’ capital project over two years, which includes improved changing facilities, car parking, disabled access improvements, pitch safety fencing and pitch irrigation.

We’ve pulled together all the information on the Hill Farm Lane masterplan which you can see here.

The latest images show the roof tiling complete along with a canopy cover.

The roof is on at Binfield FC's new development. Photo: Glenn Duggleby.
The roof is on at Binfield FC’s new development. Photo: Glenn Duggleby.

The changing rooms look out toward the pitch.

The roof is on at Binfield FC's new development. Photo: Glenn Duggleby.
The roof is on at Binfield FC’s new development. Photo: Glenn Duggleby.

Work on the new building started earlier this year with refurbishment of the existing club house, new toilets and cloakroom and new pitchside fencing and gates to be installed as part of the first phase of work.

The roof is on at Binfield FC's new development. Photo: Glenn Duggleby.
The roof is on at Binfield FC’s new development. Photo: Glenn Duggleby.

It’s really not taken long for the building to take shape.

The roof is on at Binfield FC's new development. Photo: Glenn Duggleby.
The roof is on at Binfield FC’s new development. Photo: Glenn Duggleby.

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