1.- The project has shifted from a cost of 600 million euros to 685 at this time and no one can discard that it may end up becoming more expensive.
- What will be the real cost of the project?
2.- The change of budget has forced to substantially modify the financing model that the social mass had approved in the 2014 referendum: 200 million from own resources, 200 million from credit and 200 million with the sale of the name of the stadium.
- What will be the new project financing model?
3.- Despite the lack of transparency, different information points to the fact that the Club’s debt is much higher than the 220 million euros that the current Board of Directors itself had set as the maximum debt limit in order to start the works of Espai Barça.
- Are we putting at risk the economic viability of the Club and the current ownership model?
4.- The winning project of the competition for the reform of Camp Nou has changed architects without any explanation from the Club. The firm Joan Pascual and Ramon Ausió Arquitectes has been replaced by the b720 Fermín Vázquez Arquitectos, one of the firms that participated in the contest but was not chosen. It isn’t known if this substitution has led to substantial modifications to the project compared to the one that won the contest in 2016.
- Why has this change of architects taken place and no explanation given?
- Why has the project been awarded to an architect who participated but was not chosen by the jury?
- Have there been substantial modifications to the winning project?
5.- The sale of the naming rights of Espai Barça should contribute to the project a figure that will probably be higher than the 200 million euros budgeted, but at this point no agreement has been closed.
- What is the current situation?