Firm allays Hereford United supporters' ground fears after old advertisement is posted on fans' website

Hereford United fans are concerned over the club's future.

Hereford United fans are concerned over the club's future.

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A RETAIL property firm has allayed fans’ fears that a section of Hereford United’s ground is soon to be redeveloped.

Speculation was rife last night on a fans’ website that plans had been submitted to build a retail unit at the Blackriars End of Edgar Street.

But Paul Norbury, speaking on behalf of London-based firm Norbury Sansom, said the online advertisement was not a recent one.

And Herefordshire Council said it had not been advised of any planned development at the ground.

Mr Norbury said: “We had a small bit of historical involvement, but that was about 18 months ago.

"Our client said he was talking to Hereford United about a development of one stand and needed some commercial element to make it work, such as a gym and a hotel.

"We made some enquiries to see if there was anything in it, but it didn't stack up.

"We have heard nothing at all since."

The advert stated that a new 10,000 square-foot ground floor retail unit, with a 60-bed hotel and a 15,000 square-foot gym, was being marketed by Norbury Sansom.

The plans added that the unit was being built as part a redevelopment of Hereford United Football Club and would sit 'directly opposite the main entrance to the Stanhope cattle market scheme'.

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