The People’s Project app has been updated to offer users 360-degree views and a flythrough of Everton’s stunning proposed new stadium.
The app updates follow the Club’s submission of amendments to its planning application for a new 52,888 capacity stadium that is currently part of a public consultation being undertaken by Liverpool City Council.
The updated app provides a virtual reality tour both inside and outside of the ground and brings to life the design changes made by the Club in response to feedback from statutory stakeholders.
With day and night modes users can clearly see the new stepped plaza on the West façade, the return of symmetry to the new stadium following the removal of the multi-story car park and the simplification of the brick façade which pays tribute to the Archibald Leitch lattice work so synonymous with Goodison Park.
The app also includes an updated flythrough, which starts at the stadium’s construction and ends with a goal being scored in a full stadium.
For users who already have the app installed, the new additions can be viewed by updating the application on their device.
Residents, local businesses, stakeholders and the general public are being urged to have their say on the stadium proposals as the council’s formal consultation on the Club’s amendment to the original planning application is underway.
People have until 11.59pm on Thursday 22 October to comment on the amended planning application submitted by the Club and share their views with Liverpool City Council’s planning department.
The consultation is part of the formal planning process that needs to take place before Liverpool City Council makes its decision on the planning application for a new waterfront stadium that forms part of the city’s newly launched North Shore vision. It is anticipated that Liverpool City Council may need to convene a special planning committee meeting towards the end of the year to make its determination.