AC Milan and Inter have finally been handed the green light by Milan’s city council with regard to the new stadium project. The updated proposal will now be subject to a public debate.
The two Milano-based clubs have been working on the project for a very long time and they have faced several setbacks in that period. For the first time, however, they now have the city council behind them for the project.
According to Calcio e Finanza, the updated project that was presented by Milan and Inter on September 5th has been sanctioned by the council, through the Urban Regeneration Department.
The new project includes more green areas, equal to a total of 50,000 square meters. Furthermore, the clubs have put more effort into making the area a ‘sports district’, with so much more than just the new stadium sports-wise.
The project has now been sent by the council to the national commission for the public debate, which will then have to give the go-ahead to start the debate in Milan regarding the construction of the stadium.