ROC Friese Poort, a vocational school in Friesland, has announced that they are withdrawing from plans to open a location at the future Cambuur Stadium at WTC.
Translation by Traci White
Omrop Fryslân reports that the school made the announcement on Friday morning. The school says that they are withdrawing because the municipality is not standing by their promise to pay for interim accommodations while the complex is under construction.
Representatives for the school assert that the local aldermen have gone back on that promise, and ROC Friese Poort now says that their trust in the plans have been damaged. The municipality called an emergency session to discuss the announcement on Friday.
If the school pulls out of the plans, it would represent the loss of one of the major clients in the to-be-built WTC complex, which is supposed to become the new home to the Leeuwarden football team, SC Cambuur.