Parking at Home Park for supporters wishing to attend matches has always been difficult, there have however been a number of changes made to the area to help improve road safety, and this in turn has made significant changes to the parking which is available.
There are allocated disabled bays in the following locations
Milehouse Park & Ride Car Park, both upper and lower car parks, a blue badge must be displayed to park in these spaces (no clock required and no maximum stay)
Plymouth Lifecentre Car Park, a blue badge must be displayed to park in these spaces (no clock required and no maximum stay)
Mayflower Drive (opposite the Vets), a blue badge must be displayed to park in these spaces (no clock required and no maximum stay)
Lifecentre Egress Road (facing event field), a blue badge must be displayed to park in these spaces (no clock required and no maximum stay)
These are the only permitted disabled only parking bays.
Blue Badge holders can parking on Double Yellow Lines, as long as it is safe to do so, this would requirement the blue badge with the clock on display and can only be used for up to three hours.
Both the Lifecentre and Park and Ride Car Parks are subject to Off Street Traffic Orders that require all drivers to park within the confines of a marked bay, should you fail to do so, this could result in a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) being issued, Blue Badge Holders are not exempt from this condition.
Any queries relating to parking at Central Park should be referred to Plymouth City Council Parking Team on 01752 668000 option 6
Hybrid Application comprising two parts: (Part 1) Full Planning Permission for the refurbishment and extension to Home Park Stadium Grandstand (including ancillary area within the ground) (Class D2) and Erection of New Ice Arena (Class D2) with associated car parking, landscaping, public realm and highways access. (Part 2) Outline Planning Permission for mixed use development including Food and Beverage Units (Class A3/A4/A5), Offices (Class B1), Gymnasium (Class D2), Hotel (Class C1) and Veterinary Surgery (Class D1) with all matters reserved except highways access and parking | Home Park Football Ground Outland Road Plymouth PL2 3DQ
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SOCCER SIGHT FOR VISUALLY IMPAIRED SUPPORTERS
Soccer sight is a dedicated audio described commentary service for home and away visually impaired supporters.
This is a free service.
There are 9 headsets available.
They need to be pre-booked by contacting Steph Barker DLO on 01752 302208 email Steph.Barker@pafc.co.uk
Headsets need to be collected and returned on a match-day to the the main club reception as they need to be signed for.
The headsets can be used in any part of the ground and commentary starts approx 15 minutes before kick off.
Portacabin for our disabled fans and their carers has now opened in the grandstand concourse. Entrance by gate 5 please show the steward your season ticket, match day ticket or PADSA membership card. Refreshments can be obtained for the kiosk. This facility is open before the match on Saturdays 1.30pm, Tuesdays 6.30pm.Timings may alter if there are different kick off times.
Note this Tuesday the 15th August 2017 it will be opened for 5pm.
Planning Application Documents are available to view
ARGYLE and Akkeron Group are inviting supporters and members of the public to Home Park to see the latest plans for the Mayflower grandstand redevelopment and associated developments at Home Park.
The Pilgrims will open the doors of Home Park next weekend to begin public consultation, when people will be able to study up-to-the-minute designs as well as speak to professionals leading the project.
Following the consultation process, the Argyle Board of Directors will be holding a Fans’ Forum at the ground, during which the Green Army can quiz the Pilgrims’ hierarchy on the grandstand and other club issues.
The public consultation begins at 1pm on Friday, July 21, a few hours before Argyle’s Home Park pre-season friendly against Championship side Cardiff City.
Plans will be on display in the Players’ Lounge until 4pm, while project director Tony Hopwood and architect Richard Cord will be on hand to answer questions and talk about the plans.
The consultation – in support of the club’s forthcoming submission of a planning application for the project – reopens at 10am on Saturday, July 22 and runs until 1.45pm.
The planning application will include both the new Grandstand redevelopment and wider development on sites adjacent to Home Park, which will include an ice-rink.
Fifteen minutes after the consultation closes, at 2pm, the Fans’ Forum will begin in the Green Taverners’ Suite at Home Park.
For supporters who cannot make the forum, the club is planning to make it a Facebook Live event on facebook.com/plymouthargylefc.
Friday, July 21
1-4pm: Public Consultation, Players’ Lounge
Saturday, July 22
10am-1.45pm: Public Consultation, Players’ Lounge
2-3pm: Fans’ Forum, Green Taverners’ Suite
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PADSA AGM and social event will be held on Sunday the 24th September 2017 at 2pm in the tribute lounge PAFC.
More details to follow.
Plymouth Argyle Football Club has a new Disability Liaison Officer. Steph Barker
She works part time and will be available on match days.
She can be contacted on 01752 562561