Celebrate the club’s centenary by opening its new home. Thisgoal of the municipality and Rome at the Pietralata plant which the Giallorossi club have been working on for some time now. It has never been a secret that stadium ownership plays a central role in a club’s development, but the next few months will be crucial. In fact, the project, after receiving public interest from the Capitol Assembly, yesterday opened public comment and determined next steps. By early 2024 (probably by Christmas) Rome will present the final draft to the Capitolafter which the city council will have 15 days to verify the completeness of the documentation before transferring the project to the Lazio region for a conference of decision-making services.
If everything had gone smoothly, the end of 2024 would have coincided with the laying of the first stone, and construction of the project would have had to be delayed until 2027. Just in time for the club’s 100th anniversary. “Roma stadium will be built and for now we are following the roadmap“, he repeated yesterday again Mayor of the capital Roberto Gualtieri, during a press conference presenting public debate on the proposed intervention regarding the new stadium project. “We’ve already come a long way – he added – This is private investment that we welcome. and the goal is to be able to open the stadium in 2027.“
Stadium Roma, public debate begins
For this reason, since yesterday, meanwhile public debate has begun, an institute created in France in the 90s and presented in Italy in 2016, which allows citizens, associations and third parties wishing to know more about the project, discuss it with supporters and administration and formulate proposals for work that will have a strong influence on the city. The fundamental premise is that comments arising from debates coordinated by Nomisma will not be binding for the construction of the plant, with the aim of ten planned meetings (the first of which took place yesterday afternoon in the Protomoteca hall, and the last is scheduled for October 30) to create a discussion aimed at transparency. “We are confident that this move will strengthen the city’s support for the work.“, explained Gualtieri, who then also returned to the topic of expropriations in the territory intended for the construction of the plant. “There will be no problems, because they are all Roma Capitale land. – explained the Mayor, – The fact that not all expropriations were recorded does not affect ownership. There is only a need to regain possession of the land, which was not done because it was not necessary.” Words that inspired the head of institutional relations at As Roma, Lucia Bernabealso attended the press conference opening the public debate, at which she confirmed delivery of the final project by early 2024.
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