Our second stage public consultation will take place between 26 July and 25 August 2019.
Following a successful first stage public consultation where we engaged with over 20,000 people, we are launching our second stage public consultation in July.
Everton Football Club’s plans to regenerate North Liverpool by building a new stadium next to the River Mersey and redeveloping Goodison Park for community benefit have taken major steps forward as we continue to gather public feedback to inform planning applications for both sites.
These plans involve the construction of a new stadium in an iconic riverfront setting and the development of community-led assets which could include health, enterprise and education facilities – as well as homes – on the site of Goodison Park.
The first stage public consultation lasted three weeks and asked members of the public for their views on Bramley-Moore Dock as the proposed site for the new stadium, and the Club’s outline plans for Goodison Park. You can view the results of this survey here
What happens next?
We are due to conduct our four-week second stage public consultation in July and August where we will seek the views of members of the public on the latest design concepts for a state-of-the-art waterfront stadium, demonstrating how the Club will address the historic context of the Bramley-Moore Dock site and outline plans for the future of Goodison Park. Views on transport, accessibility and environmental sustainability will also be sought.
You’ll be able to get involved in a number of different ways:
- Roadshow – We’ll be visiting various locations across the Liverpool City Region. More information on when and where will be revealed soon.
- Online – All the consultation materials and a survey will be available online.
- Post – For residents living around Goodison Park and Bramley-Moore Dock, consultation materials will be mailed our as well as a survey that can be completed and returned by post.
This second stage consultation is part of a formal process that will lead to the submission of planning applications for both sites before the end of 2019.