I am among many others in our community, have been taken aback by shock at clubs decision to expand the stadium.
As a result of this, we have been given notice by the council that we will be relocated against our will, and have not been given any option but to bow down to the plans.
I must stress that I'm not against the expansion plans, however, the emotional stress this has caused my disabled elderly parents puts us all in a challenging position, questioning and hoping of an outcome that's resolved in an amicable way.
This is great news for the fans, who will see the creation and refurbishment of a spectacular stadium as a victory. For me and my family, it's a defeat. Neither the board of directors, nor the architects that designed the stadium will understand this, as ultimately you all seek to gain financially and live comfortably in your affluent world.
My disabled parents are left to hands of the council and the benefits that they live on, to firstly break the community bond and ties that they have built for the past 20 years, and secondly build a new life, wherever that may be. For them it's not easy to come to terms with.
The financial implications of this on our family are severe. For a low income household which survives mainly on benefits; we must pay for the relocation and removal of our personal belongings and memories.
Crystal Palace Football Club must understand the implications and wider repercussions of your decision on expansion, on a community that has a strong bond. My parents mean the world to me, as do yours to you, Im sure.
It's a humble request from myself, my sister and my disabled parents, that Crystal Palace Football Club pay for the cost of our relocation and help towards settling a new home. One hopes that the council will rehouse us.
It's ironic how the hopes and dreams of one community are shattered, and on the other hand fulfilled for a loyal fan base. I am making an emotional plea, any help welcomed.