A company has been charged after a builder was killed when a concrete wall fell on him at a cricket ground in Hampshire.
Phillip Carsley died on 8 February, 2010. Concrete from building works on two new stands fell on him whilst he was working at the Ageas Bowl.
Both companies are due to appear at West Hampshire Magistrates' Court on 3 July, 2013.
Eastleigh Borough Council has now officially bought the Rose Bowl site in West End - home to Hampshire County Cricket ground.
They plan to develop the site with a hotel, spa, golf course and leisure complex in a project costing £48 million pounds.
The former Rose Bowl company had run into financial difficulties which had threatened its future.