Tag: Ageas Bowl

Boyzone to rock Ageas Bowl

Chart topping boy band Boyzone will be rocking Eastleigh’s Ageas bowl this August as part of the Aegeas Family Festival. Alongside family entertainment, the Festival will feature the Royal London One-Day Cup – Hampshire v Middlesex, with a headline musical performance from the popular group best known for hits including ‘Love Me For A Reason’, ‘Words’,…

House explains situation with Ageas Bowl Hotel…

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Eastleigh’s Conservative Councillors drew an interesting statement from the Leader of Eastleigh Borough Council, Cllr Keith House this evening [31st October],  on the ongoing difficulties with the development of a new hotel at the Ageas Bowl. Taking advantage of the ‘Members Questions’ item on the agenda at this evenings  Special Meeting of the Borough Council, Cllr…

Hotel Rising At Ageas Bowl

East Upper frame progressing well

The first steelwork has been erected for the new hotel at the Ageas Bowl. Until now, there has been little to see. The constructors have been laying the foundations and moving the stadium’s floodlights to accommodate the new hotel building. With plenty now happening above ground, the Ageas Bowl have just launched a live webcam, where development of the new hotel…

Construction commences at Ageas Bowl

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Work has commenced on the new hotel, conference/hospitality and media facilities at the Ageas Bowl, in West End, Eastleigh. Performing the official “Ground-Breaking” ceremony today were the Leader of Eastleigh Borough Council Cllr Keith House and The Ageas Bowl Chairman Rod Bansgrove. Representing the Contractors, Denizen, were the SW Area Manager Howard Pearson and the Project Manager…

Rose Bowl decision ‘too hasty’

Eastleigh Council have been accused of ‘steamrollering through’ their decision to purchase the Rose Bowl cricket stadium for £6.5 million. John Martin, a West End resident and Ukip activist challenged  a poorly attended meeting of the performance and policy panel last Wednesday over the haste the council had shown in pursuing the proposed deal. Mr Martin was…

Gone in 60 seconds…

Eastleigh Council’s cabinet may have set a national record tonight for the fastest ever council meeting after the cabinet opened and closed its session within a minute with no debate. The meeting which opened at 6.30pm was declared closed at 6.31 after the cabinet voted to pass on the decision on a £36 million Rose Bowl land…