DEMOLITION work is well underway at Rangers' fan zone as part of major redevelopment plans. 

A picture taken this afternoon shows that Edmiston House has been destroyed.

In August, the Glasgow Times reported that Rangers submitted plans for an overhaul of the area around Ibrox.

A new multi-purpose facility is set to be built on the Edmiston House site, which was previously derelict.

It will include a museum, a café, a concert venue and more. 

Blueprints were lodged to Glasgow City Council that will see the land transformed and become a hub for supporters on match day.

Rangers have a series of renovations in the pipeline ahead of their 150th anniversary celebrations in 2022.

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Previously, Stewart Robertson, managing director, said: “We submitted our plans to Glasgow City Council for a fabulous building which we will use as a fanzone on match-days and also include a state-of-the-art Rangers museum, a café, a multi-purpose conference and concert venue and new retail facilities from where our partners, Castore, will operate The Rangers Store over two floors of retail space.

“The opening of the new multi-functional facility will be a major milestone in our 150th anniversary year. We expect the building to be fitted-out and fully operational in the first half of 2022.

“The demolition of the existing Edmiston House permits the re-orientation of the new building towards the axis of the stadium, and closer to Edmiston Drive.

“This substantial investment will provide fans with a vibrant pre and post-match experience and will draw fans to the stadium grounds well in advance of kick-off, creating an engaging offering within a safe and enjoyable atmosphere.

“Our commitment to provide our fans with the best facilities in the country remains undiminished. As well as being an animated facility on match-days, it’s our ambition this building will be a hub of activity all year round.”