Have you seen the videos created by the Brentford FC drone? One fan and one flying machine have been working in tandem in recent weeks to document the building work being undertaken on the Brentford Community Stadium site. And videos created from the flights have been shared on YouTube here and Twitter here.
Construction work on Brentford Community Stadium and the associated new homes started in April and is now well underway. The development is part of the wider regeneration of this area known as Brentford East and will deliver a 17,250-seat new stadium for Brentford FC, together with more than 900 new homes, a hotel, and a public square with shops and cafes. The first 100 days work on the site can be seen here and one fan has been taking a look at the project from overhead.
Last day pushing this sand, clay and other building material at @BrentfordFC's new stadium. Back to the World Cup tomorrow and then (maybe) another video early next week. Keep watching for progress:https://t.co/YZKKZ6YFWU— The Brentford FC Drone (@TheBFCDrone) July 5, 2018
The Brentford FC drone is independent of the Club and is creating videos for fans to see the work ongoing from the air. The drone has been filming for around two months and seven videos have been created so far. Keep up to date with what the drone by subscribing to its YouTube channel and following on Twitter here.
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