Liverpool community uneasy with plans for ice inhalation room at stadium
The plan includes the installation of a glass terrace with a ventilation system to provide ice-cooling water to the playing surface, and for fans to be able to use a separate bar to enjoy the atmosphere away from home.
Tory MP Simon Hughes said he would bring forward the consultation and then seek a parliamentary vote if necessary.
But he said the proposals were “an attempt to reduce the size and cost” of the Ice Palace, because of public opposition over the costs to run it.
He said: “It’s a good idea if it saves money because ice comes from the ground, you get heat in your house and cold air in your 안마car and cold air can make you sick.
“They’ve given people quite a fright with the proposal and the only way it can be approved is if it meets the legislation.
“There will be mo보성안마 보성출장안마re noise problems around the stadium – it must have been written down to avoid that.
“We all saw what happened to The Boleyn Ground when it was sold in the 1990s because the noise was great. It’s no코인 카지노t going to happen at Wembley.”