Everton is calling on fans to take their last chance to take part in a survey to help shape the development of the Club’s new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock.
The 51-question survey aims to assess what's important to Evertonians and focusses on the 11 ‘Key Principles’ outlined by the Club last month.
Fans can share their views by completing the survey, which will be available to those with an Everton customer number until 5pm on Friday 23 February.
Some of the key design principles included within the survey include stadium capacity, as well as tunnel and away supporter positions. It also addresses what historical elements of the Club and Goodison Park fans want to see incorporated into their new home, what features and activities Blues want around their stadium in the build up to kick-off, and the level of technology that could be incorporated on a matchday.
Evertonians are also surveyed on how they currently arrive at Goodison Park, what modes of transport they may consider using for Bramley-Moore Dock, and how supporters feel on the Club’s plans to retain important maritime features as part of a stadium design.
Goodison Park has been the home of the Blues for 125 years and the survey gives Evertonians the chance to have their say on what legacy could be left and how the site should be developed to contribute to the local community in a positive way.
Once the fan survey is completed, the results will be collated to help inform the final stadium design.
Those fans who have registered and participated in the survey will be invited to participate in the next stage of the consultation process, including attending events hosted by architect Dan Meis.
For more information on the ‘Key Principles’ and to take part in the survey please click here.