The £10m job will involve demolishing the existing Moy’s End stand to build the 2,500 all-seater capacity end at the existing stadium.
The project will also include building a specialist education centre for 14 to 19-year-olds linked to the new stand.
The developments are part of Peterborough City Council’s aim to create a “community stadium”.
The building has been designed to reach a BREEAM excellent standard and will encompass a sustainable technologies like rainwater harvesting and photo-voltaic panels.
The proposals also include a Renewable Energy Centre next to the stadium, which would provide electricity to both the football ground, in London Road, and nearby homes.
A full detailed planning application was submitted in July and Peterborough City Council’s Planning Committee will meet tomorrow to deliver its verdict.
Further information ids available from Andy Cox at the council procurement unit by calling 01733452465.
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