THE very first steps towards the much-anticipated regeneration of Home Park have taken place.
With work on building the new Mayflower Grandstand scheduled to begin this month,staff at the Theatre of Greens have begun vacating the ground in preparation for the eagerly-awaited rejuvenation of the historic stand.
From Monday, the club’s Academy and the Argyle Community Trust will be based in offices, not at Home Park, but at Plumer House, just a little way along Outland Road.
The remaining Argyle staff will not be long in following, with most club operations temporarily transferring to Crownhill by mid-February as work on Home Park gathers pace.
The exceptions are the Superstore and Ticket Office, which will retain a presence at the ground.
The club’s non match-day operations will remain largely off-site until completion of the Grandstand in the summer of 2019.
The club will do its utmost to make sure it functions as normal during this epoch-defining stage in Argyle’s history but there may be some minor disruption along the way and asks supporters for their patience.
As the club will be sharing office space at Plumer House, there is controlled access to the building and limited on-site parking, so visits should be by appointment whenever possible.
Club mail should continue to be addressed to Home Park, and existing telephone numbers will be unaffected –although there may be a little disruption to services during the move.
We will continually keep supporters up to date with all the latest news as the club goes through its exciting transition.