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July 24, 2020, 06:09:58 AM
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Looking good... 🤞


Everton are “expected to be awarded” planning approval for their new stadium in October, a major document has revealed.

The Liverpool City Region Combined Authority have today released their post-COVID-19 Economic Recovery Plan and the Blues' proposed new ground at Bramley-Moore Dock is a key part of their vision.

“The development of a new football stadium for Everton Football Club at Bramley-Moore Dock will bring investment and regeneration to an area of Liverpool that has lacked both for many years,” the report says, this morning.

“It is an essential part of the Liverpool Waters development, as falls within the Mersey Enterprise Zone, not far from the Ten Streets creative cluster.”

“Planning consent is anticipated to be awarded in October 2020,” the report details.

Etc.

https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/everton-set-new-stadium-planning-18652818
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August 01, 2020, 01:59:02 AM
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it's camelphat of which Dave Whelan who is half of them is a mad blue

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August 22, 2020, 12:37:49 AM
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A "thorough update" coming next week according to DBB in the latest email:

I know you will also be keen to hear updates on our new stadium project. I can confirm this has been continuing in line with our project plan and our Stadium Development Director, Colin Chong, will be providing a thorough update next week. As I’m sure you would expect, some aspects of this project – mainly relating to third parties – slowed down temporarily due to the impact of Covid-19, but we don’t expect this to have a material impact on our long-term plans.
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August 26, 2020, 09:01:58 PM
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August 26, 2020, 09:12:57 PM
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Looks like the biggest headlines are:

  • ...due to the size of the application, Liverpool City Council may need to convene a special planning committee meeting towards the end of the year to give their determination to our application. The detail of this determination is likely to dictate whether the application will also need to be reviewed by central Government. This additional local consultation, together with some aspects of the project relating to third parties having slowed slightly due to the impact of COVID-19, means that - subject to planning approval and finalising our funding packages - it is most likely that work could commence on-site early in 2021.
  • ...at some point in the coming weeks, you may become aware of objections to our proposed scheme being made to Liverpool City Council by Historic England and the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS), a heritage body acting on behalf of UNESCO. Historic England, together with ICOMOS, believe our proposals should be reviewed by the Government due to their concerns over the impact our plans to infill the dock could have on what is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Conservation Area. Similar concerns have also been raised by the Victorian Society.
  • Multi story car park is gone to give symettry and river views, replaced by disabled parking, and a new river facing stepped plaza has been added on the west stand
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September 04, 2020, 03:06:32 AM
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The newt was a significant factor as it's protected by law.

Fingers crossed a dirty, old, wet hole is not significant.
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September 09, 2020, 03:59:37 PM
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The council approved this subtle change to a Grade II listed building yesterday. We might be alright.
https://twitter.com/lpoolcouncil/status/1303259061488672770
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