The Green Party in Milan will submit a resolution to start a public debate on Inter and AC Milan’s proposed new stadium in the city sometime today or tomorrow.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Corriere della Sera, who report that the process will likely take no more than sixty days before a report is submitted.
All potential issues around the stadium can potentially be raised in the public debate, but one of the main ones will concern the volumes of concrete used in the project.
The clubs agreed to a reduction of the concrete volumes by 46,000 square metres in order to be in compliance with the PGT volumetric index, and the implications of this will be discussed including a reduction in rent for the municipality which could reduce contributions for social housing.
Additionally, a decision on the architectural design firm for the new stadium should come by the end of the month, between Populous and the Sport-Manica consortium, with the final project expect to cost around €80 million.