Chelsea’s plans to expand Stamford Bridge may finally materialize, but Todd Boehly may encounter competition for the property

After a local housing association listed a 1.2 acre plot for sale, Chelsea’s plans to expand Stamford Bridge may finally materialize, but Todd Boehly may encounter competition for the property.

Following a five-month consultation with residents, it is believed Chelsea could purchase 60% of the Housing Association Stoll’s land, or the equivalent of 1.2 acres, while the association will limit its capacity to “at least 50 new flats.”

The Stamford Bridge stands will be upgraded and replaced one at a time by Todd Boehly. Bulldozing the hotel at the Shed End is another possibility. Recommendations will be made by Los Angeles-based architect Janet Marie Smith, who assisted with the renovation of Dodger Stadium.

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The Mail on Sunday has seen blueprints illustrating potential uses for the site.

The Mail on Sunday has access to renderings that show how the area might appear if apartment buildings were to be constructed on the Fulham Road site. Before the season is over, Chelsea is not anticipated to release any new designs.


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