The Cabinet member is quoted as saying that:
"positive discussions have taken place with our partners and their commitment to working with us to deliver a venue that will promote sporting excellence in Cornwall."
Bear in mind that the Council has expressed its concerns about the plans by refusing to allocate any funding for the coming year and councillors were told that no deals have yet been done on the subject.
How this squares with the description of our 'partners' and 'delivering a venue' is beyond me.
As I have said before - if a private company or individual wants to move ahead with a stadium then good luck to them. But I do not think that Cornwall Council should be using taxpayers' money to fund such a project. Reading between the lines on Mr Evans' statement, a stadium would still need money to be built and for running costs after the initial 10 year period.
It sounds to me like the Council is pressing ahead with this project deaf to the views of the majority of elected councillors.