The team has plans for developing a training center in their home ground of Coventry City Academy.
There are plans for developing a training center that would be worth seven million in pounds. However there have come by some objections to the plans. The funding is being considered for the Alan Edward Higgs center. The objections are for the plan applications that have been received. The plans are to redevelop a portion of the site that is used by the Academy of Coventry City. The club that belongs to the Premiership has plans to launch a training center along with the Coventry City Council.
The doubts that arise are due to the agreement with Allard Way site that will expire with the Academy in 2017. Facilities that are redeveloped might come into conflict and it might also raise questions as to whether the club will be able to retain its category two status in the Premiership. This also involves the funds that come in from Premier League which are about £500,000 that include different funds for the team. The agreement that the club has with the current venue can only last for seven years.
No other deal can be formed and it definitely cannot include redevelopment plans. There is a clause added by Alan Edwards Higgs Charity organization where it states that no long term arrangement can be made with any entity or organization. However, a short term deal can always be worked out. The Wasps are not alone in wanting a better training center that is looked forward to by most clubs around the world. However, it needs to be in congruence with existing legal agreements and should be for the betterment for the present management and players and for the players in the future.