The club intends to submit an application for stadium reconstruction and expansion planning within one week.
The £100m first stage includes a new north stand connected to the third grandstand, as well as improvements to the existing third grandstand, increasing the capacity of Birmingham Stadium from its current capacity of 42,785 The population has grown to more than 50,000. The current North Stand was built in 1976.
The development will also work through the creation of Villa Live, commercial premises and community spaces, including a club store, food and beverage outlets and a club museum.
The move follows a public consultation last month in which nearly 10,000 local residents and businesses, stakeholders and fans commented on the plans.
Christian Poslow, CEO of Aston Villa, said: “Following a successful consultation period, we are delighted to announce that by the end of the year we will submit our Proposal for the redevelopment and expansion of Villa Park. Best of the month.
“We have had a very positive response from the local community, our supporters and other stakeholders, And believe this project will transform the stadium and the local area.
“These new CGI images showcase our spectacular vision for Villa Park, which includes a brand new commercial destination, High-quality public space for Villa Live and the community. We look forward to continuing to work with all partners to realize our vision for the future.”
For the year ending May 31, 2021 , the Aston Villa Group posted a loss before tax of £37.3 million, following a loss of £99.5 million the year before.
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