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March 15, 2017, 03:40:12 PM
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Has the mayor been on the bevvy tonight or has he decided to take on the world on Twitter? Who decided Twitter and politicians were a good mix?
Joe had full on scouse mode turned up hahaha
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March 15, 2017, 03:48:16 PM
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Alanvideo


We are special ,we are Everton.

March 15, 2017, 07:35:45 PM
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Toddacelli


    

I'm only here for the cladding/Bramley Moore Dock updates


March 15, 2017, 07:50:38 PM
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Copy and paste please anyone? F**kin Echo and all it's f**kin pop-up ads!

Nothing dramatic

 
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Developer Peel says a deal with Everton over a new waterfront stadium is close - and says a "state-of-the art" ground there would make the Liverpool waterfront a “visual spectacle”.

The club is in advanced talks with Peel, which owns Liverpool's northern docklands and is developing it under the £5.5bn Liverpool Waters scheme.
Just last night on Twitter Mayor Joe Anderson suggested a deal was close for the Bramley-Moore docks site.

And today, speaking at the Mipim property festival in Cannes, Lindsey Ashworth, development director at Liverpool Waters for Peel, said: “We're optimistic we will agree heads of terms to allow a state-of-the-art football stadium at the northern end of the Liverpool Waters. Maybe even Commonwealth Games.

“I cannot say how excited we all are.”

Mr Ashworth told the ECHO: “We're in quite healthy talks with Everton at the moment, so it's not finalised yet. But as Peel and as myself I would love to see a stadium on the waterfront.

“To have this as the anchor at one end of the waterfront, and then you go all the way down towards the ECHO arena... the waterfront would be a visual spectacle.

“So we're pushing forward with it, the council are helping, and I think we'll get to a conclusion. A good one. Hopefully in the near future.”

Heads of terms is an initial agreement ahead of signing a full contract.

Peel's other plans for the northern docks, including floating buildings, will be changed if the stadium happens.

He said: “At the northern docks, Bramley-Moore Dock and Nelson Dock, we have two options.
“One is to develop it out with several developers for residential and put floating buildings in the docks themselves. And the floating buildings would be doctors' surgeries, workshops, bars, restaurants.

“And obviously Everton stadium is another.

March 15, 2017, 07:52:27 PM
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Heads of terms = a set of agreed principles that preceed a written contract.

So we're close to agreeing a deal to talk about writing a contract about being exclusive bidders to think about one day maybe having a meeting about building a stadium

March 15, 2017, 07:53:32 PM
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Copy and paste please anyone? F**kin Echo and all it's f**kin pop-up ads!

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Developer Peel says a deal with Everton over a new waterfront stadium is close - and says a "state-of-the art" ground there would make the Liverpool waterfront a “visual spectacle”.

The club is in advanced talks with Peel, which owns Liverpool's northern docklands and is developing it under the £5.5bn Liverpool Waters scheme.


Just last night on Twitter Mayor Joe Anderson suggested a deal was close for the Bramley-Moore docks site.

Mayor Joe Anderson appears to confirm new EFC stadium in Twitter reply
And today, speaking at the Mipim property festival in Cannes, Lindsey Ashworth, development director at Liverpool Waters for Peel, said: “We're optimistic we will agree heads of terms to allow a state-of-the-art football stadium at the northern end of the Liverpool Waters. Maybe even Commonwealth Games.

“I cannot say how excited we all are.”

Mr Ashworth told the ECHO: “We're in quite healthy talks with Everton at the moment, so it's not finalised yet. But as Peel and as myself I would love to see a stadium on the waterfront.

“To have this as the anchor at one end of the waterfront, and then you go all the way down towards the ECHO arena... the waterfront would be a visual spectacle.

Liverpool Waters projects to begin "by the end of the year"
“So we're pushing forward with it, the council are helping, and I think we'll get to a conclusion. A good one. Hopefully in the near future.”

Heads of terms is an initial agreement ahead of signing a full contract.

Peel's other plans for the northern docks, including floating buildings, will be changed if the stadium happens.

He said: “At the northern docks, Bramley-Moore Dock and Nelson Dock, we have two options.

“One is to develop it out with several developers for residential and put floating buildings in the docks themselves. And the floating buildings would be doctors' surgeries, workshops, bars, restaurants.

“And obviously Everton stadium is another. "
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March 15, 2017, 07:54:01 PM
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Floating buildings?

I'm all for a floating ground tbh
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March 15, 2017, 08:13:25 PM
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A dullard asks:

Could 'head of terms' be interpreted as, say, an agreement in principle to sell the land (for a specified price) but be subject to planning permission before the full contract is signed?
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March 15, 2017, 08:15:30 PM
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Floating buildings?

I'm all for a floating ground tbh

I actually like the thought of a partially buried stadium in the dock, really intimidating and really industrial looking!

March 15, 2017, 08:36:10 PM
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Looks like it's 99.9% done.

Nothing to worry about then :) ...

March 15, 2017, 08:55:36 PM
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Mick 1995

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A dullard asks:

Could 'head of terms' be interpreted as, say, an agreement in principle to sell the land (for a specified price) but be subject to planning permission before the full contract is signed?

It means nothing to be honest.
It is just a way of saying " we all agree what the contract we are about to sign will have in it"

March 15, 2017, 10:17:08 PM
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So we're close to agreeing a deal to talk about writing a contract about being exclusive bidders to think about one day maybe having a meeting about building a stadium

That's most certainly a possibility.
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March 15, 2017, 11:00:01 PM
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Looks like it's 99.9% done.

Nothing to worry about then :) ...

Just like Rom's new contract...... ::)
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March 15, 2017, 11:55:12 PM
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Alanvideo


It means nothing to be honest.
It is just a way of saying " we all agree what the contract we are about to sign will have in it"
...............Heads of terms are not binding on either party ,it's like agreeing to buy a house without putting down a deposit.
It's quite encouraging though and it's significant that the comments have come from an employee of Peel Holdings rather than Joe Andersen or Jim White.
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March 16, 2017, 12:43:58 AM
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Bored of this shit too. I suppose everybody is damned if they say anything and damned if they don't though