Final Two Public Consultation Sessions for Stadium Analysis Set for Next Week


(November 10, 2011) –  The Stadium Analysis Steering Committee will host the final two in a series of four public consultations to gather public feedback on a potential stadium for HRM.
The sessions are part of the Phase 2 Stadium Analysis approved by Halifax Regional Council to provide a detailed vision, preliminary design, possible site, and capital cost in order to ultimately decide whether to proceed to develop a stadium for the municipality.
“These final two sessions will build on feedback gathered from the earlier sessions, but we also hope to attract new insight,” said Committee Chair Kim Mason. “Strong, clear messages from the community on what they want for their city will further inform the recommendation the Steering Committee takes to Regional Council.”
An online survey is also available at as another option to share your thoughts on a potential stadium.
November 16th: Halifax Forum, Maritime Hall – 7 – 9 p.m.
*November 17th: Farrell Hall, 276 Windmill Road – 7 – 9 p.m.
The citizen-led Stadium Analysis Steering Committee was selected by Council in March to serve as the public face of the project for the community and to develop and make recommendations to Council on a stadium business plan, operational plan, site selection, ownership model, facility design and construction methodology relative to achieving the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015 minimum standards.
For more information on the stadium analysis public consultation, visit or follow Halifax Stadium on Facebook and Twitter.
Source: Release

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