And Moore believes the move will make a huge difference to the League Two club, who have been playing their games at the Don Valley Stadium in Sheffield since the start of last season.
"It's fantastic. It's been a long time coming," Moore told the club's official website. "I know the chairman has worked his socks off behind the scenes.
"He's been a bit disappointed at times because he thought it's going to be done, then it's not been done, but the council have been magnificent in this as well. It's going to be a bright future for Rotherham United."
He added: "It's great, it's a home isn't it, it's football back in Rotherham which is what we need. We've been playing football in Sheffield and training in Doncaster, it isn't ideal. There will be a brand new training ground that comes along with the stadium, so it's a bright future and football will come back to Rotherham in 18 months time."