The public debate on Inter and AC Milan’s new stadium will take no longer than six months and will cost the municipality no more than €245,000, according to a report in the Italian media.
As has been reported by Fanpage.it, as of Thursday morning the specifications for the public debate were made available.
That is why it is now known how much the process will cost the local government and that the entire process will not go beyond November 2022.
The next step of the process is to find a coordinator because there are none available from the Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport.
That coordinator will be tasked with preparing and managing a communication plan for the public and they will also have to organise and moderate meetings and debates, at least four of which must be in person and four must be online.
Inter and AC Milan are thought to be growing tired of the delays.