Last transfer news Everton granted planning permission for new stadium by Liverpool City Council Breaking sport news

PremierLeague-News.Com - The detailed application for the 52,888-capacity ground now passes to Robert Jenrick's office for consideration.

Last transfer news Everton granted planning permission for new stadium by Liverpool City Council Breaking sport news

PremierLeague-News.Com - The detailed application for the 52,888-capacity ground now passes to Robert Jenrick's office for consideration.

Last transfer news  Everton granted planning permission for new stadium by Liverpool City Council Breaking sport news
23 February 2021 - 13:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Everton have been granted planning permission by Liverpool City Council for a new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock. Due to the scale of the development, the detailed application for the 52,888-capacity ground now passes to Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government Robert Jenrick's office for consideration. If there is no objection at that level, and the proposals do not get "called in" for scrutiny higher up in Government, then the club would look to start work this spring or early summer. APPROVED: A detailed planning application for a new 52,888 capacity stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock has been approved by Liverpool City Council. Our Goodison Park plans are being heard next... pic.

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.com/h3vDHkh4nu — Everton (@Everton) February 23, 2021 There is a 150-week build plan in place which will potentially see the Toffees start the 2024-25 season in their new riverside stadium. After a number of false starts over several years, Everton considered 52 locations to move to from Goodison Park and Bramley-Moore Dock was deemed the only viable option. The project has gained widespread public support although objections were raised by heritage body ICOMOS, acting on behalf of UNESCO, as well as the Victorian Society and Historic England – with the latter having had input on the design. Everton's new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock has been granted planning permission (Handout/Everton FC) But the council's report concluded the plans – which integrate a number of historic features – could actually deliver "heritage benefits" by "enhancing degraded on-site heritage assets, improving access to the World Heritage Site and unlocking access to the history". Everton believe the new stadium can play a key role in Liverpool's recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, with the stadium and a multi-purpose redevelopment of Goodison Park generating a £1.3billion boost to the local economy. ID:436434:cQx:QQ:Click here for more stories about Robert JenrickClick here for more stories about Everton

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