permanent seating

permanent seating

In a place of assembly, seats that remain fixed in place for a specified minimum period of time; for example, for at least six months or more.
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The cost of this trial is only PS125 and it will enable us to identify the most popular locations for the permanent seating.
The county has submitted a planning application for the next phase of re-development of its Cardiff ground, which would increase its current permanent seating capacity from 6,000 to in excess of 16,000 in an attractive oval-shaped venue.
Improvements would also include permanent seating, which would complete concrete bleachers spectators now endure, and a new ticket booth and stadium entranceway.
Permanent seating also went to the Associated Press, City News Service, United Press International and Copley News Service.
Subject to planning consent, permanent seating capacity at the ground would be increased from the current 6,000 to 13,500 in time for the staging of the England-Pakistan ODI next August.

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