|Category||Design being implemented|
|Cost||£ 12 mln|
|Construction||11.2016 - 08.2017|
|Design||James Clydesdale & Associates|
The plan for 130-year-old Tyncastle is to build the lacking fourth new stand, replacing the oldest existing stand, structure from 1919. With additional seating the stadium will be able to exceed 20,000 seats, reaching its final size for years to come. Expansion in the corners is not planned.
The stand will come together with vast club building, which will house offices, megastore, ticket office and improved corporate facilities.
New construction: See now how Tynecastle is growing
Changes can be noticed almost by the day with their great pace. The biggest one awaits Hearts supporters in September, when their stadium will finally be equipped with a large, modern main stand.
Edinburgh: Hearts considering safe standing
Hearts are considering the introduction of a safe standing section at Tynecastle. The news follows analysis of how such section is working out for Celtic.
Edinburgh: Hearts to launch excavation next week
In a letter to supporters chairwoman Ann Budge announced further works on Tynecastle expansion. Piling and excavation is expected to begin next week.
Edinburgh: Hearts given go-ahead for Tynecastle expansion
Hearts’ plans to redevelop the main stand at Tynecastle have been approved by Edinburgh City Council. Report by BBC.com.
Edinburgh: Hearts have half the expansion budget in place
Heart of Midlothian owner Anne Budge assured supporters the club already has over 50% of the required budget for Tynecastle expansion scheme. She also revealed projected price of the operation.
New design: Hearts reveal their last grandstand
It’s more modest than any previous attempt, but also more likely to end with success. The new east stand is now being consulted and should get planning permission later this year.