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A lot of times to satisfy planning permission they want to see a clear distinction between old and new.An ultra modern stadium whilst preserving a lot of the historic walls, gates and floors would likely be a good option all round.Trying to make a new building fit in to a historic surrounding (unless its a restoration) doesn't always sit well, as what's old and important sometimes gets muddled up with what's brand new.A good example is the Albert docks that was a restoration project, so they tried to keep the building looking very similar to how they originally looked, from the outside anyway.Then when Liverpool 1 was built they didn't try and keep that theme going, because it was new builds, so they have made L1 ultra modern, and they both compliment each other.
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That's the number I had in mind as well. Think we would struggle to put bums on seats if it were any more than that. Considering the football we are playing right now it will be a big ask to convince 15000 more fans to cough up hard earned cash to fill out our new stadium but I suppose that can always be turned around with a new manager.
Said it before, but those dementia communities are a great idea. Who ever came up with that idea can have free cups of tea for life at my house.
As excited as I am about this move, and as wonderful as the legacy project at Goodison sounds, this image left a terrible lump in the throat and sense of realisation...
Dixie and the granites have to come with us, surely?
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