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.
The leisure company run by Plymouth Argyle owner James Brent has been chosen by the council as the preferred bidder to redevelop the Plymouth Pavilions.
The proposals for the £83 million scheme include a four star hotel, arena and a new boulevard linking Millbay to the city centre.
The ice rink and fun pool will be demolished but a rink will form part of Mr Brent's plans for Home Park as part of the deal.