Palace received the green light from Croydon Council to increase their home capacity to around 34,000 by rebuilding the Main Stand in 2018.
Work was originally due to be completed in time for the 2021/22 season, but a number of delays including land ownership complications and the Covid pandemic mean work on the stadium has yet to start .
In the meantime, the Eagles have been concentrating on their £20million academy redevelopment, the final stage of which is due to be completed early next year, with a similar overhaul of the Premier League training ground. current team.
The planning permission for the stadium project remains valid, but the club will need to submit additional information and modify certain elements of its plans in order to comply with policy changes which have come into effect in the four years since the initial green light.
“The Selhurst Park redevelopment will be over £100million in investment, and I’m sure supporters can appreciate the scale, complexity and enormity of this project,” Parish said. “But it’s something we’re absolutely committed to.
“I would like to thank Croydon Council for their continued support which has enabled us to update the application since the resolution to grant planning permission was published.
“We really hope to make meaningful progress in the coming months, and will keep supporters and stakeholders updated as we hear more.”