10 October 2018 – evertonfc.com.

The question I have been asked most often from people outside the Club in the month since being appointed into my new role has been, “What does a Stadium Development Director do?” The answer is fairly simple – I am responsible for the delivery process of the new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock and, along with that, the Goodison Legacy Project. It’s an exciting and complex role as we look to bring together what will be an exciting and historic development not just for Everton but for the city of Liverpool.

The opportunity we have to develop a stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock offers Everton a platform for growth and success. But it isn’t just a great opportunity for the Club. A new, iconic stadium will benefit the entire city region. The development at Bramley-Moore Dock, alongside the legacy project at Goodison Park, will act as a catalyst to regenerate the whole of north Liverpool. It will deliver a £1bn boost to the local economy, create around 15,000 jobs and increase tourism visitor numbers to Liverpool…

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