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Welsh Premier League club Port Talbot Town FC has announced plans to replace its current home, GenQuip Stadium, with a new stadium within two years.

A feasibility study conducted by James + Nicholas Architects shows that the purpose-built venue is set to have an all-weather 3G pitch - to limit the number of games postponed due to weather as well as to allow community use and for the pitch to be used as a source of revenue.

Designs also include seven multifunctional community/training rooms, space for a health club and a multi-purpose "sports barn" to be used by the club and community.

According to the club director Tim Bull, environmental sustainability will be at the core of the stadium design.

Speaking to local media, he said: "We will be adopting a unique eco-friendly approach using solar panels and other environmentally friendly methods to provide energy and that could even incorporate the cost effective hire of electric cars for local residents."

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Welsh Premier League club Port Talbot Town FC has announced plans to replace its current home, GenQuip Stadium, with a new stadium within two years.
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