These pictures reveal the very first time plans for domiciles that will surround AFC Wimbledon’s brand-new arena.
Countless flats in obstructs rising around 10 storeys large is going to be built alongside the new soccer floor, following the team won planning authorization when it comes to project on Thursday.
The artist’s impressions provide first glimpse associated with housing that'll encircle this new 20, 000-seater arena in Plough Lane, near to the group's religious home.
The League Two group a week ago secured preparing permission from Merton Council to redevelop the 14 acre website.
The initial Wimbledon soccer team left its old Plough Lane ground in 1991 before moving to Milton Keynes in 2003 and soon after becoming renamed.
Your website, which is at this time home on Wimbledon greyhound racing track, is being redeveloped along with housing developer Galliard Homes, which also done housing round the Emirates Stadium.
It'll feature 602 flats overall in a number of connected obstructs on three edges regarding the stadium.
The designers vow attractive courtyards, green squares and large boulevards for residents - including shops and a workout complex with a six-court squash club.
Demolition work for the current greyhound track may be begin in spring the following year, as well as the club plans to transfer to its brand new arena – that may at first seat 11, 000 followers – for the 2018/2019 period.
Mike Watson, planning and development director at Galliard Homes, stated: “The brand-new houses includes affordable housing for local people and certainly will make a significant share towards Merton’s own minimal 10 year target for brand new domiciles while the regeneration of the part of Merton.”