First public exhibition is this Friday
Fans have an opportunity to take a look at the club’s plans for a new stadium at Plough Lane in the first of three public exhibitions this Friday.
In partnership with Galliard Homes, the exhibitions will reveal proposals for this site and club officials will be on hand to talk to fans and update them about the detailed plans.
The first public exhibition will be staged at Lola Jones Hall, Tooting Leisure Centre, from 12 noon this Friday and full addresses for each venue are at the bottom of this page.
Computer-generated imagery of what the stadium would look like when it’s built will be available to view at the exhibitions.
The club and Galliard Homes have worked hard to spread the word about stadium plans during the consultation process. Leaflets have been delivered to 18,000 residents and businesses in the agreed consultation area.
Of course, the exhibitions also offer local residents and supporters an opportunity to provide feedback on the proposals.
If you cannot attend on any of the below dates then it would be worth visiting http://www.redevelopingploughlane.co.uk/ ,which also provides additional information about the public exhibitions.
The dates, times and venue for each of the public consultations are as follows:
Lola Jones Hall, Tooting Leisure Centre, Greaves Place, SW17 0NE (Friday, 27 June 12 noon to 8.00 pm)
Lola Jones Hall, Tooting Leisure Centre, Greaves Place, SW17 0NE (Saturday 28 June 10.00 am until 2.00 pm)
Wimbledon Park Hall, 170 Arthur Road, SW19 8AQ (Tuesday, 1 July 12 noon until 4.00 pm).
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