Everton Fans To Get Stadium Design Preview

Everton is to host a fan event to unveil designs for a new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock.

The event, which launches the Club’s second stage public consultation, will take place in the Rum Warehouse at the Titanic Hotel on the evening of Thursday 25 July, with architect Dan Meis in attendance to introduce the latest stadium designs to a gathering of hundreds of Evertonians.

The event will coincide with the online release of the designs via evertonfc.com, peoples-project.co.uk and each of the Club's official social media accounts.

Invitations for the event have been distributed to every Evertonian who registered for and attended fan workshops hosted by Meis at St Luke's Church in the spring of 2018. The world-renowned American architect will provide the invited audience with an update on the project’s journey and the rationale behind his exciting design concepts.

Attendees will also discover the Club’s plans for Goodison Park and the mission to deliver a community-led legacy on the site of the Club's current stadium as part of The People's Project.

The event will take place on the eve of the commencement of The People’s Project second stage public consultation - which will run from 26 July to 25 August.

The results and feedback of the month-long second stage public consultation of The People’s Project will form part of the Club’s final submission for planning applications for both Bramley-Moore Dock and development on the site of Goodison Park.

Everton is on-track to submit a planning application later this year for the state-of-the-art stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock, which forms part of Peel L & P’s Liverpool Waters site.

That application will coincide with the submission by the Club of an outline planning application for the redevelopment of Goodison Park to create new community assets building on the life-changing and life-saving work of Everton in the Community.

An announcement on the locations of the roadshow that will take place during The People's Project second stage public consultation, as well as details of how to take part in person or online, will be made in the coming days.