Consultation

Everton Football Club’s plans to regenerate North Liverpool by building a new stadium next to the River Mersey and redeveloping its Goodison Park home have taken a major step forward with the launch of the widescale public consultation into the proposals. This is a formal process which will lead to the submission of planning applications for both sites in the second half of 2019.

These plans involve the construction of a new stadium in an iconic riverfront setting and the development of community-led assets which could include health, business and education facilities – as well as homes – on the site of Goodison Park.

The first stage public consultation will last three weeks and will ask members of the public for their views on Bramley-Moore Dock as the proposed site for the new stadium. It will also seek views on the Club’s outline plans for Goodison Park.

Prior to taking part in the survey, please familiarise yourself with Our Plans. To take part in the survey add your email below and click 'take the survey'.

Emails are required for security purposes only, and will NOT be held, used or shared, either for marketing or any other purpose.

Attend a Roadshow

The public consultation will see an exhibition of the proposals visiting a range of locations in the Liverpool City Region, including Liverpool ONE, as well as retail parks in Speke, Edge Lane and Wirral. There will also be a fixed exhibition at The Blue Base on Salop Street near Goodison Park.

You can complete a survey at the exhibition or an online survey on this website until 1 December.

Blue Base Edge Lane Speke Liverpool One Liverpool One (2) Goodison Park Birkenhead Liverpool One (3) Liverpool One (4) New Brighton

Blue Base

Edge Lane

Speke

Liverpool One

Liverpool One

Goodison Park

Birkenhead

Liverpool One

Liverpool One

New Brighton


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Prior to taking part in the survey, please familiarise yourself with Our Plans. To take part in the survey add your email below and click 'take the survey'.

Emails are required for security purposes only, and will NOT be held, used or shared, either for marketing or any other purpose.

Voices of Support

What happens next?

The first stage public consultation will be followed by a second stage public consultation roadshow in the summer of 2019.

The results of the survey will be used as part of the Club’s planning applications, which are expected to be submitted in the second half of 2019. This formal public consultation is a key part of the planning application process.