Wrexham AFC have launched the latest phase of the Club's Kop Development programme ahead of the formal submission for permission. 

Plans for a new 5,500-seater Kop stand are well underway, with Wrexham Council having already agreed planning permission application to demolish the originating site. 

The Racecourse Ground was officially purchased by the Club earlier this week after Glyndwr University agreed to the sale. 

Now, a 28-day consultation period will be open for comments.

READ MORE: Reds' co-owner Ryan Reynolds reacts to confirmation of Racecourse purchase

A club spokesperson said: "During the period, the Club will be highlighting specific features of the planned Kop Development via our channels and how you can show your support for the application.

READ MORE: Wrexham AFC reveal first images of proposed designs for new Kop redevelopment

"The Club will also be hosting meetings with those groups or individuals who have a specific interest in part or all of the proposed Kop Development.

"This is an exciting time, and consulting on the proposals is important to achieve the best possible outcome within the parameters we have to work."

Wrexham AFC's draft documents for the Kop Development can now be viewed at: www.onlineconsultations.co.uk/wrexhamkopstand