WATCH: Have Your Say On Everton’s Proposed New Stadium

 

Everton’s plans for a new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock and a legacy project at Goodison Park will be shown across the Liverpool City Region as part of the Club’s second widescale consultation with the public.

The People’s Project public consultation takes place from this Friday 26 July to Sunday 25 August and will visit 12 locations across all six city region boroughs – Liverpool, Wirral, Sefton, Knowsley, St Helens and Halton – over 19 days of the month-long consultation period.

Visitors to the travelling consultation will also have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the project with a virtual reality experience allowing users to experience 360-degree views of the stadium. For those unable to attend, the exhibition and consultation survey will also be available via The People’s Project website and a new People’s Project app that will contain a range of interactive materials. These will include an alternative reality version of the new stadium and a 360-degree VR tour of both the inside and outside of the ground. The app will be updated throughout the consultation period and the lifetime of the project.

The results and feedback of the month-long consultation will form part of the Club’s final submission for planning applications for both Bramley-Moore Dock and Goodison Park. Those applications are expected to be submitted by the end of 2019.

Watch a video above or by clicking here on the importance of the second stage public consultation.

The public consultation marks the second stage of a formal process which began with a first stage public consultation last November.

More than 20,000 people took part in that consultation, with the overwhelming majority backing the proposed move to Bramley-Moore Dock, part of Peel L&P’s Liverpool Waters site, and the redevelopment of Goodison Park.

The month-long consultation will ask members of the public for their views on a range of issues in relation to both Bramley-Moore Dock and the Club’s intention to leave a legacy at Goodison Park.

For residents living in Liverpool 4, a consultation leading on the Club’s intention to leave a sustainable legacy at Goodison Park will open at The People’s Hub on selected days over a two-week period.

Consultation is an essential part of the planning application process and it follows previous engagement by the Club with its fans, local residents and senior business, cultural and public sector figures in the Liverpool City Region.

Dates and times for public consultation:

When Where Time
26 July Liverpool ONE, Outside John Lewis 9am-8pm
27 July Birkenhead, 222 Grange Road West, CH41 6EB  (outside Asda) 10.30am-5pm
28 July Edge Lane Liverpool Shopping Park, L13 1EW 10.30am-4.30pm
31 July – 2 August Liverpool ONE, Outside John Lewis 9am-8pm
3 August Widnes, Green Oaks Shopping Centre, Green Oaks Way, WA8 6UB 9am-6pm
4 August Speke, New Mersey Retail Park, Speke Road, L24 8QB 10.30am-4.30pm
7 – 9 August Church Street, Outside Carphone Warehouse 11am-6.30pm
10 August The Forum, Derby Road, Huyton, L36 5RT (near the Post Office) 10am-5pm
11 August Crosby Lakeside Activity Centre, Cambridge Road, Waterloo, L22 1RR 10.30am-4.30pm
13 August Castle Street,  Next to Viva Brazil 11am-6.30pm
14 – 15 August Church Street, Outside  Carphone Warehouse 11am-6.30pm
16 August St Helens Church Square Shopping Centre, WA10 1AF 9am-5.30pm
17 August Goodison Park Goodison Road, L4 4EL 9am-2pm
18 August New Brighton, Ian Fraser Walk, CH45 2PB 10.30am-4.30pm

 

Consultation for residents living in Liverpool 4

30 July The People’s Hub, Spellow Lane, L4 4DF 8am-3pm
31 July The People’s Hub, Spellow Lane, L4 4DF 1pm-8pm
5 August The People’s Hub, Spellow Lane, L4 4DF 8am-3pm
7 August The People’s Hub, Spellow Lane, L4 4DF 1pm-8pm

 

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