West Ham left their beloved Boleyn Ground home of 112 years to move to Stratford last summer.
The reality has been very different, though, with a series of issues blighting the club's first 18 months at the ground on and off the pitch.
Many West Ham fans have not been happy with the move for a variety of reasons, none more so than the distance between the stands and the pitch.
Supporters feel there have been broken promises over the "state of the art retractable seating solution" that was promised when the club was selling the move to sceptical fans.
"West Ham never had any involvement in the choice of a retractable seating solution," Brady wrote in the Evening Standard.
"Our only requirement has always been that the seats be brought as close as possible to the pitch. In 2013, LLDC proposed a retractable seating model akin to that at the Stade de France and, indeed, produced a video showing this at that time. This solution would have cost in the region of £20m.
"West Ham paid a capital contribution of £15m towards delivering this but had no say in the appointment of various contractors, managing those contractors or negotiating costs."
All may not be lost for Hammers fans, though, after Brady also revealed she hopes to meet with London Mayor Sadiq Khan in a bid to improve the stadium in the future.
"We will continue to devote time, effort and money, but what the stadium needs is strong leadership and I have every faith that the Mayor of London will now use the findings of the report as a catalyst to deliver it," Brady added.
"I am very much looking forward to meeting with him and his new chair when they are able to do so. I am certain that as soon as this happens, the Mayor will quickly see the way forward to a more seamless operation and be able to make quick changes that will reduce costs and increase the opportunity, appeal and, ultimately, the revenue of the stadium."