Weymouth are looking into providing accommodation for potential new players from further afield, report the Dorset Echo.
Should the Terras firm up their plans, the move would edge Brian Stock’s side closer to the full-time environment adopted by the majority of their Vanarama National League rivals.
Part-time Weymouth are already planning to add more training sessions during the week to close the gap on full-time sides.
With the exception of Lincoln loanee goalkeeper Ethan Ross, most of the Terras’ players come from the south of England.
And, with Stock having enjoyed successful playing spells with Burnley and Doncaster in the north, the Terras’ manager is keen to tap into his pool of contacts.
He said: “In fairness to the board, they’re fully supporting this action.”