THE Green Army Grandstand Working Group has had its latest meeting.
The Group met in the Pilgrim Centre at Home Park this week, along with Argyle Chairman James Brent, Project Director Tony Hopwood, Argyle co-owner Simon Hallett, Jane Hallett, John Morgan and other club representatives.
Amid discussions about the latest plans for the Home Park and Higher Home Park developments, the GAGWG discussed:
- the forthcoming Plymouth City Council Planning Committee meeting;
- the future of Pilgrims’ Way bricks in the new build;
- facilities for supporters during the construction period;
- external and internal branding of the new grandstand;
- archiving and auctioning parts of the old grandstand.
The next meeting of the GAGWG will take place shortly after the Plymouth City Council Planning Committee meeting on Thursday, December 14, when the planning application for the project will be considered.
The Group was united in their excitement and optimism that the application would achieve consent, such that the long-awaited improvements – which will hugely benefit supporters, of which the club can be proud, and which will take the club forward – can be delivered.