The Nottingham Forest Supporters' Trust have been involved in the consultation process for the stadium, discussing the proposed plans and how the club can incude all supporters.
Elliott Stanley, chair of Nottingham Forest Supporters' Trust said:
"It is really important for us to be involved. Our purpose is to provide that bridge between our members, the fans and the football club so something like this is a landmark piece of work. It is important that we can provide that dialogue for a large group of fans to have their say on what happens.
"I am Nottingham born and bred so I am very excited about what this means for my football club and my city. This is genuinely a landmark development for Nottingham and wider. The plans are incredible when you think about where we are as a football club; this is unprecedented investment for a club of our current position.
"It is fantastic that the club are willing to listen to what a whole range of people need. It is easy in this sort of environment to make it a consumer-driven environment, but what they are interested in is accessibility, how enjoyable it is when you are here. What is fantastic is that the club are willing to listen and factor that into the decisions they make."