The development of both the Abbey Stadium greyhound racing venue and the search for a new home for the Swindon Robins speedway team continues - but details of how either is doing remain scarce. 

Drone photos show that construction of the new Blunsdon stadium building appears to be progressing well, but it is still not known how long it might take to complete.

This is because the owners of the Abbey Stadium site, Stadia UK, also known as Gaming International, have not provided an update on this construction since April

Similarly, the search for a new home for Swindon's speedway team remains ongoing after Stadia UK and Swindon Speedway announced it was no longer viable for them to remain at the venue late last year

The last known update from the company set up to find a new venue - Swindon Motorsports Ltd, which is jointly owned between Swindon Speedway and Stadia UK - was provided in March, with nothing since. 

Robert Bowman, a dedicated Swindon speedway supporter, is one of many leading a campaign for answers on social media.

He said: "Swindon needs speedway! Fans need answers/updates from the owners & not people sitting on the fence as the silence is deafening."

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Swindon Advertiser: Abbey Stadium, Blunsdon, SwindonAbbey Stadium, Blunsdon, Swindon (Image: Daniel Adams)

Now, ward councillor for the area, Daniel Adams, is joining those calling for answers from those responsible.

"It's fantastic to witness the progress being made on the new speedway stadium. While it has taken considerably longer to reach this point than any of us would have anticipated, it's truly heartening to observe its nearing completion," he said. 

"But at this juncture, what we require from the owners are answers pertaining to the site's future and its potential users. While we can all acknowledge the challenges that the industry is confronting, it's evident that we have an enthusiastic speedway team ready to utilize this exceptional new facility.

"I urge the owners to convene with myself, the team, the residents, and any other interested stakeholders, in order to collaboratively establish this facility as a sustainable entity. Such a collective effort will undoubtedly ensure the long-term security of the historic Robins' home."

It is understood from social media posts by Swindon Borough Council leader Jim Robbins that meetings between Stadia UK and the local authority have taken place recently and that an update on the stadium and what lies in store for it might be coming soon.

Stadia UK has been approached for comment.