Fulham have announced details of their proposed Riverside Stand redevelopment which would see Craven Cottage increase its capacity to 30,000.
The club is holding to consultations, one today (October 12) at Craven Cottage from 2pm to 8pm, and another one before the Preston match on Saturday for supporters to have their say on the plans.
The club proposes to change the designs to a single-tier stand, with space for a variety of premium entertainment and activities as well as a roof top bar, while delivering a walkway alongside the River Thames linking the Cottage with Putney Bridge and Bishop's Park.
Fulham have told the Fulham Supporter's Trust that the club intends to deliver a full planning application to Hammersmith and Fulham Council by November 24 2017, but has revealed the current Riverside Stand would have to be demolished as part of the work.
The club have also revealed there are no plans to move Fulham away from Craven Cottage whilst the work is carried out.
Fulham Supporters' Trust elected board members, representatives from Populous, the architectural firm behind the plans and club representatives will all be present at both consultations for fans to ask questions of about the new design.