That's fantastic news for the Eagles, hopefully a stable, permanent base will allow them to grow their crowds to a level that their on field performance deserves, and then kick on to Super League.
Being a small stadium (compared to the old one) and part of a much larger project makes it more sustainable. The Eagles were involved from the start, and the consortium putting it all together, headed up by Richard Caborn, have worked tirelessly since the end of last year on this. Genuinely exciting news IMHO.
Interesting that the Titans have been unveiled as getting involved. I was under the impression that they weren't that interested, but obviously my information was wrong (in that case, anyway)