The Liverpool Waters project is an ambitious one. The £5 billion project will completely transform the city’s northern docks, regenerating a 60-hectare site to create a place where people will come to live, work and play for generations to come.
The proposed development on Bramley-Moore Dock for the new Everton Football Club stadium is a huge opportunity for not only Liverpool Waters, but the city region. We are absolutely delighted that, after an exhaustive search for a new football ground, Everton Football Club has chosen Liverpool Waters as its new home.
The development of this stadium at Liverpool Waters has resulted in many positive benefits for us. It has elevated the nature of the project into a completely new realm and has reinforced our proposition to the people of Liverpool and beyond of our intent to create a world-class mixed-use waterfront that can be enjoyed by many people for many purposes.
We are pleased to see an increased interest in the project as a result of the proposed development. It is incredibly encouraging that we are now having more conversations than ever about the project, as excitement continues to build and we share more and more good news about our latest developments.
Furthermore, the placement of this stadium on Bramley-Moore Dock, the most northern of the five docks included in the project, is the perfect bookend to over two kilometres of waterfront; which starts with Princes Dock at the most southern end. The stadium will feel at home, surrounded by a number of retail and leisure spaces, as well as the recently redeveloped Titanic Hotel.
We are looking forward to the next phase of the stadium’s development, and are excited to continue our relationship with Everton Football Club, Liverpool City Council, as well as MEIS Architects and CBRE, as the stadium progresses from initial plans on a page to a reality.
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