Proposed plans for the build of a new sports facility at Woburn Lane, Pleasley, have been approved by Mansfield District Council, the club is delighted to announce.
The club was given the green light to start work at a council meeting last night.
The new sporting facility will include: a full 3G floodlit pitch, three full-sized grass pitches and a mini pitch.
Furthermore, a Pavilion will be erected to facilitate eight dressing rooms to cater for all age groups.
Moreover, a ‘Main Pavilion’ would also be built and will include a function room, two classrooms, offices and a physio room.
Director Steve Hymas is hopeful that work on the project will commence in the summer.
"The club and everyone concerned are very pleased with the outcome of the planning committee to approve the building of our new sports facility at Woburn Lane, Pleasley," said Steve.
“The facility will be of benefit to both the football club and the local community and will benefit our ever-expanding academy.
“This project can now move onto the next stage where construction can be planned and is the accumulation of a lot of hard work by various people.
“These type of projects take a long time to put together but if all goes well we will look to start work on the grass pitches in early May and the 3G/pavillion some time in July.
“We would like to thank the local council and everyone concerned who have shown support for the facility.”