Welcome to the People’s Project

In the coming years, major change will take place at Goodison Park and Bramley-Moore Dock. This is The People’s Project and this is the place you will find the most accurate and timely information relating to this transformational period for Everton Football Club and the city of Liverpool.

These changes will reverberate throughout Liverpool, reaching beyond football and into many of the city’s communities. The People’s Project will bring new opportunities, raise aspirations and create new legacies. It will deliver a £1billion boost to the local economy, create new jobs and deliver meaningful and lasting change to both local communities and the international profile of the city.

Everyone can play a part in The People’s Project.

It is for the community, for football, for the city, for you.

Latest News

Everton Submits Outline Planning Application For Goodison Park Legacy Project

Everton Football Club has submitted an outline planning application to Liverpool City Council for a community-led legacy development at Goodison Park. The outline plans would see Everton’s current home redeveloped to provide a range of community assets in Liverpool 4 after the Club has […]

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Get the Lowdown on the New Stadium Planning Application

Everton’s plans for a new 52,888 capacity stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock are now open for public consultation with the planning application available to view on the Liverpool City Council planning portal. The Club’s plans were initially submitted on 23 December 2019 and has now […]

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Everton Appoints Laing O’Rourke To Deliver New Stadium

  Everton Football Club has appointed Laing O’Rourke as ‘preferred contractor’ for its new 52,000 capacity stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock on Liverpool’s waterfront. A pre-construction services agreement (PCSA) for a design and build contract is due to be signed after a competitive procurement process. […]

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Everton Business Club Receive New Stadium Update

Members of the Liverpool City Region business community attended this year’s first Everton Business Club to learn more about the Blues’ plans for a new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock and a community-led legacy at Goodison Park.

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New Everton Stadium vital to North Liverpool’s regeneration and the ongoing success of the waterfront

The People’s Project, Everton’s plans for a new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock and a community-led legacy at Goodison Park is a ‘missing piece in the jigsaw’ of Liverpool’s regeneration and will make a ‘major contribution to the city’s world-famous waterfront’, experts have claimed.

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Bramley-Moore Dock planning application a “huge statement of intent” for Club’s future, says Everton Chief Executive

Everton’s new stadium and legacy project proposals mark a “huge statement of intent” for its future, the Club’s Chief Executive has said.

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Everton reveals final stadium designs ahead of planning application submission

Everton Football Club has revealed the final designs of its new 52,000-seater stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock on Liverpool’s waterfront, before a detailed planning application is submitted to Liverpool City Council today.

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Huge Vote of Public Support for New Everton Stadium and Legacy Plans

Everton Football Club has revealed the results of its record-breaking public consultation into designs for a proposed 52,000 capacity stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock and outline proposals for a community-led legacy project at Goodison Park.

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Everton reveals huge scale of public consultation

More than 43,000 people responded to Everton Football Club’s second stage public consultation into proposals for a new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock and a community-led legacy project at Goodison Park.

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Everton praised for comprehensive engagement

A senior Wirral business leader has praised the consultation process into Everton FC’s proposals for a new riverside stadium and a community-led regeneration of Goodison Park.

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Everton propose stadium capacity of 52,000 with potential to rise to 62,000

Everton Football Club has announced it is proposing a capacity of 52,000 for its new stadium, with the potential for this to rise to 62,000 in the future.

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City Voices: Sara Wilde-McKeown, chair of Liverpool’s visitor economy board on the boost to the economy the new development will bring

Liverpool is a world city. Thanks in the main to its two key cultural exports – music and football – the name of the city is known around the globe and continues to exert an influence and a major pull to international audiences. It […]

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