The Swanscombe End will be shut for refurbishment works from January 2nd following completion of a construction plan by the club.
The initial work will involve removing the scaffolding from around the temporary exit prior to the building of a new exit stairway in its place. Following that, works to build a new turnstile and underpin and strengthen the terracing will begin, with the entire project aiming to take around five weeks to complete.
The refurbishment will significantly boost the existing capacity of the Swanscombe End from its current 795 and give the Kuflink Stadium an overall official capacity of 4,790, meaning the club will satisfy National League ground-grading requirements by the agreed deadline.
The Swanscombe End will remain closed to supporters throughout January (including league games v Chester and Boreham Wood, plus any potential FA Trophy tie) and the intention is to reopen in time for the match v Solihull Moors on February 10th.