Plymouth City Council have approved plans for the redevelopment of the old Grandstand at Home Park - with a retail and leisure complex.
Argyle Chairman James Brent has been seeking permission to start construction on the project since he took over the club back in 2011.
Proposals included a number of controversial developments including a cinema and an ice rink positioned close to the ground.
The club want to start construction in the spring of next year - with completion earmarked for the following year.
It would take the capacity of Home Park to over 20,000.
An ice rink, offices, a hotel and restaurants are all part of a major development proposed on the Home Park land.Read the full story ›
Plymouth Argyle have issued this statement following their 3-2 loss to Leyton Orient:
"During Tuesday night's match against Leyton Orient......one of our ballboys was shoved to the ground by Orient captain Liam Kelly.
We have reviewed videos of the incident and we regard any physical or oral assault against our ballboys, or any representative of Argyle, to be utterly unacceptable.
We have reported the incident to the FA for them to take the appropriate action.
We are glad to say that the ballboy, although shocked by the incident, is otherwise okay and we thank the Green Army, on his behalf, for their concerns."
The club's main stand is in need of a major upgrade and now it's going to get one.Read the full story ›
Plymouth Argyle supporters have been looking over revised plans for the new home park grandstand over the weekend. The design team have made changes after feedback from fans on a previous occasion including increasing capacity.
The club and design team have been at the Theatre Royal as part of a consultation on the development.
Plymouth Argyle Chairman James Brent has unveiled a £50 million plan to redevelop Home Park creating a new grandstand for the football club alongside ice rink, restaurants, IMAX cinema and hotel. The plans are due to be submitted to Plymouth City Council next month. Work could start in the autumn.
Property developer and Plymouth Argyle chairman James Brent has announced multi-million pound redevelopment plans for Home Park.Read the full story ›