Two of the objectors to Bath Rugby's new stadium have sought leave to appeal the court judgment made in August that put the plan back on the table.
A judgment from the Upper Tribunal (Tax and Chancery Chamber) allowed an appeal made in May by the Recreation Ground Trust, which owns and manages the famous piece of land.
That appeal was against a judgment by a First-tier Tribunal (FtT) that prevented a Charity Commission scheme from allowing the rugby club to lease a bigger area of the Rec than it currently occupies.
Without extra land, the club says it cannot build a new stadium and increase its capacity from about 13,400 to 16,500.
The Trust's appeal sought greater clarity over the points of law that underpinned the FtT's amendments.
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