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...............I think you are mistaken on this point. The dockers clock stands at the river entrance to Salisbury Dock ,completely surrounded by water. As for the car park between the stadium and the river ,this is surely a non-starter . Matchday access would be almost impossible. There wouldn't be much room anyway due to the channnel that has to be maintained between the docks .
Ancient city of babylon, only today named as a world heritage site by unesco. Who'd have thought the BMD could get that label years before, find it amazingSent from my POT-LX1 using NSNO Everton Forums mobile app
To do with this specific regeneration and nothing imminent.But there was a top level merseytravel meeting with Rotherham a fortnight ago and the 10 streets project does have talk of a station alongside it.
A few questions and mainly because I amAn idiot, but why are people saying one side of the ground is smaller than the others?Also, I canít see what the Blue wave is?My favourite part of the whole thing is ferry terminal drop off with bridge across to get to the growing. That would be the most unique feature of the whole thing.
The end opposite the home end Ďdropsí lower than the height of the rest of the other 3 stands. Iím one of those people wondering whether itís been done like that on purpose or whether itís due to land constraints behind that stand. I just think that if the stand was the same height as the others it would maybe look more aesthetically pleasing but would also increase the capacity slightly too. Itís the only part of the design that I could question in anyway to be fair
I missed them saying that.Not doubting you like, just that I wasn't aware a full funding brief was required at this stage.Obviously I'm not an expert on what you need to have sorted to get something like this through planning permission though
Has there been mention of a timescale to build once planning approved?
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