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The Superleague side the Wakefield Wildcats look set to move into a new home after the Government said building work on a purpose-built stadium could go ahead.
The team want to swap their ageing Belle-Vue site for a new 12-thousand seater ground off junction 30 on the M62. It's expected to be finished ready for the 2015 season. The Wildcats were offered a Super League licence on the condition that they found a new stadium.
We have spoke to the club's Chief Executive, James Elston, and Chairman, Andrew Glover, about it.
Wakefield Trinity Wildcats are to get a new home after planning permission was passed for the Newmarket Development . The 12,000 capacity community stadium at junction 30 of the M62 should be ready in time for the Wildcats to take their place as anchor tenants at the beginning on the 2015 season.
It will be owned by the Wakefield & District Community Trust and will also provide much needed sporting facilities for the district.