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Tim W

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Portsmouth's plans for a new stadium by the sea have been sunk by the Royal Navy. The stadium, which would have jutted into the harbour, cuts into a naval exclusion zone. Pompey are now planning to build a new home on top of a rubbish tip near Port Solent.

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Yes, it appeared to be a brilliant project. (I think it was SweetWaffle that posted the link here)

It can however be "adapted" for sure, following the same philosophy.

yeah, but part of the reason it looked so good was that it was jutting out over the harbour, not sure it will look right just placed on a bit of land somewhere.

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Yes, it appeared to be a brilliant project. (I think it was SweetWaffle that posted the link here)

It can however be "adapted" for sure, following the same philosophy.

yeah, but part of the reason it looked so good was that it was jutting out over the harbour, not sure it will look right just placed on a bit of land somewhere.

Obviously it's simply a matter of "transporting" the building itself. These objects are planed to "fit" and to "live" on the spot, but I deprehend that there wil be another decent place, probably one similar (near the harbour or the seashore ?).

I don't know the place, mind you.

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