Revealed: What Castleford Tigers must do to get stadium redevelopment back on track

Castleford Tigers have plans to redevelop their stadium.

These plans have been shared and supporters have been asked to pledge their support for them.

The club last week confirmed that the club are waiting for a date for the development to go before the planning committee.

The said in a statement:

“We are now just waiting for a date for the stadium development to go before the planning committee. We would urge anyone who hasn’t yet supported the stadium redevelopment and Axiom site to please do so, the support of the Castleford fans and the wider Castleford community will be a major factor in us gaining planning permission.



“As always, we thank you for your tremendous, loyal support.”

However, the Tigers on the 26th may hit a stumbling block on their way to the redeveloped stadium.

As evident on the Wakefield Council Website under the relevant documents over this planning permission is a letter from the Environment Agency states: “In the absence of an acceptable flood risk assessment we are maintaining our objection yo this application and recommend that planning is refused.”

So, what do the club need to do to satisfy the agency.

Well according to the agency the club need to address residual risk, finished floor levels and compensatory storage.

Once these are addressed then the club can get back on track.