A search has been launched for an architect to design a new stand and office block at the world-famous Trent Bridge cricket ground.
Nottinghamshire Cricket Club is calling for architects to submit designs for a new, 3,300-seat stand with adjacent office facilities for club staff, scorers, umpires and match referees.
The project is part of an ongoing development which has seen Trent Bridge, the world's third-oldest cricket ground, grow exponentially over recent years.
A spokesperson said: 'The scheme will develop the west side of the stadium, which will need to be demolished, and will still be named the Parr Stand.
'There are a few difficulties as we will have to fit the work around our international fixtures, as we are a test ground.'
Stadium officials are hoping to get work started by August 2007, with a likely completion date in time for the major tests the following season, in 2008.
The deadline for applications for tender is October 16.
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(OJEU number 2006/S 185-196772). by Richard Vaughan