The second stage public consultation into Everton’s plans to regenerate north Liverpool ends this weekend and the Club is inviting members of the public to have their say.The People’s Project proposals for an iconic riverside stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock and a community-led legacy at its current home, Goodison Park has already engaged thousands of people through the travelling roadshow and online and closes at 11:59pm on Sunday 25 August.
Since the end of July, The People’s Project consultation has been touring the Liverpool City Region to showcase plans and gather views of football and non-football fans alike. People have also been able to enjoy a VR experience of the proposed stadium design before offering their thoughts via a survey
For those who were not able to attend the roadshows, the public consultation material is available to view online.
The Club are encouraging people to view the plans and give their feedback online at www.peoples-project.co.uk/consultation. As well as the new stadium and the Goodison Park legacy, full details can be found on all other elements of the project including heritage, transport, sustainability and environment and the economic and social impacts.
Following the end of the consultation the public’s views will be considered before the Club submits a detailed planning application for the stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock which forms part of Peel L & P’s Liverpool Waters site and, at the same time, an outline planning application for the redevelopment of Goodison Park, by the end of the year.
To continue to be kept up to date with all The People’s Project activity please visit www.peoples-project.co.uk or follow the People’s Project social media channels.