The redevelopment at Hobart's Blundstone Arena is underway with demolition of the old grandstands commencing.
Cricket Tasmania has unveiled its updated plans for the Blundstone Arena redevelopment, which is expected to cost more than $30 million.
Bellerive Oval, or Blundstone Arena as it's now known, will be upgraded to hold 20,000 spectators by 2015 after the Government announced $15m in funding.
Bellerive Oval, home of Tasmanian cricket and second home of North Melbourne Football club, has been given the boot. It is now called Blundstone Oval.
The North Melbourne Football Club is delighted to announce it has secured a landmark deal to play home games in Hobart from 2012.
A major $21 million redevelopment of Bellerive Oval will put Hobart in the mix to host an Ashes Test, and without it the state risks losing all international cricket.