A new floodlit artificial football pitch, pavilion and 83-space car park are set to be built at playing fields in Radcliffe.
Plans have been submitted this week for the leisure development at Red Bank Playing Fields, Unsworth Street. Bury Council said the 106m x 70m playing surface would be designed to accommodate a variety of youth football pitches, a rugby pitch and football training areas.
The plans also include a 4.5 metre mesh fence and six 15 metre high sports floodlight columns around the synthetic pitch along with a single storey pavilion. READ MORE:Warning after young man climbs Salford Quays bridge in 'incredibly dangerous' stunt There will be an 83 space car park and revised access to the playing fields.
The fields currently house seven grass football pitches with car park for 20 spaces and a pavilion that is in a poor condition in the south west corner.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk