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Everton released designs in July for the £500m development on the north Liverpool waterside, which features a brick, steel and glass design which takes inspiration from historic maritime and warehouse buildings nearby.   I WONDER  HOW MUCH IT WILL COST WHEN IT IS  COMPLETED AND HOW MUCH A TICKET WILL COST

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l<y point is   simple  mate  the longer it takes to etfinissh the stadium  the more it will cost  and  the more we will have to [ay  to  pays  in the end   /  (  I do not blame him though   as  we would all do the same) 

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4 hours ago, StevO said:

Looks great, but apart from the car park what else has changed?

Seems they’ve removed Everton from the window? I hope that’s not the case, it was one of the few things I liked from the original proposal. Can’t remember details from the previous video so can’t see many changes. Seems to be more brick around the stadium in pillars too. it’s all certainly grown me overall. 
 

also, what are wind baffles?!

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Final stadium designs revealed ahead of planning application submission 

For many reasons today is a major milestone in the history of our great football club. 

I’m delighted to be able to share with you some images of the stunning final proposed designs for our potential new home at Bramley-Moore Dock. These images form part of the detailed formal planning application for the 52,000 seater stadium that will be submitted today to Liverpool City Council.

From its inception, we’ve always believed that this project can be a game-changer for North Liverpool – truly transformational, kick-starting the regeneration of the northern docklands, contributing a £1bn boost to the city region’s economy, creating up to 15,000 jobs and attracting 1.4m visitors to the city each year.

 
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The vast amount of feedback and overwhelming support we received through our consultation has shown that the people of Liverpool understand that The People’s Project isn’t just about a new football ground – it’s about regeneration, jobs and social value. 

At the heart of our stadium proposal is a stunning brick, steel and glass stadium which takes its inspiration from the nearby historic maritime and warehouse buildings. 

Feedback from our record-breaking public consultation, which you and others attended in your thousands, alongside a range of detailed technical assessments have helped us to evolve the design. It means the multi-storey car park has been relocated from its previous waterfront location and integrated within the stadium to create one impressive standalone structure, while additional environmental measures, including wind baffles, have been incorporated into the final proposals. 

 
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The design of both the North and South stand lower tiers will make it possible to adopt rail seating and, should legislation change in the future, they could be converted into areas for safe standing. 

We have invested an enormous amount of resource and effort in creating this design, that not only respects and looks at home in a dockland setting but will restore and preserve the historic features of the dock and, importantly, open a currently inaccessible site to the public.  
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Getting this right has always been our priority. Bramley-Moore Dock sits in the city’s World Heritage Site and its status as a Conservation Area have been fundamental to our thinking. We have worked closely with Liverpool City Council and heritage organisations as the plans have evolved and our final proposals include a significant amount of environmental remediation work, along with measures to restore and preserve key aspects of the dock. 

This includes the site’s Grade II Listed Hydraulic Tower which would be restored to create a unique visitor offer, attracting tourists on non-matchdays; and a water channel to the west of the stadium will be maintained to ensure the visual continuity of the dock system – a key feature of the Outstanding Universal Value of the World Heritage Site. .

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6 hours ago, Matt said:

Seems they’ve removed Everton from the window? I hope that’s not the case, it was one of the few things I liked from the original proposal. Can’t remember details from the previous video so can’t see many changes. Seems to be more brick around the stadium in pillars too. it’s all certainly grown me overall. 
 

also, what are wind baffles?!

The wording from the windows has definitely gone. 
 

im guessing the wind baffles are the bits off wall sticking out in each corner. Might just stop the wind blowing as strong where the fans are stood? No idea really. 

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Wind baffles are shields that prevent the waste from extractor units being blown back down and stopping further waste air escaping. 
So in essence they help extraction units to work to their full potential by aiding the air to escape from the unit. 
But please don’t take my word for it, but we fitted them on a hotel roof to aid the kitchen extractors, and the terminology used for what we fitted was wind baffles, but there could be loads of things called wind baffles. 

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3 hours ago, StevO said:

The wording from the windows has definitely gone. 
 

im guessing the wind baffles are the bits off wall sticking out in each corner. Might just stop the wind blowing as strong where the fans are stood? No idea really. 

Big shame that but I suppose it was inevitable if it was going to be part of the skyline. I assume it’s to keep The heritage people happy, cant think of another reason 

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44 minutes ago, Matt said:

Big shame that but I suppose it was inevitable if it was going to be part of the skyline. I assume it’s to keep The heritage people happy, cant think of another reason 

I saw it get a bit of negativity on Twitter. Was very take it or leave it for me. If it’s just big vinyl letters on the glass they can come and go easily enough. 

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12 hours ago, StevO said:

I saw it get a bit of negativity on Twitter. Was very take it or leave it for me. If it’s just big vinyl letters on the glass they can come and go easily enough. 

I thought it’d be frosted glass kinda thing, but projection would make sense. 

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2 hours ago, Matt said:

I thought it’d be frosted glass kinda thing, but projection would make sense. 

It probably was frosting in the initial design, but that would just be vinyl film anyway. Frost the whole thing and it becomes a giant screen. 

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52 minutes ago, TallPaul1878 said:

We just need the deep water docks to get sorted so the big cruise liners can start coming back into Liverpool. Imagine all the tourists pulling in on their ships and being greeted by the sight of the stadium. There'll be plenty of tourists who aren't all that fussed about a particular team but would like to visit the stadium and experience the football culture of the city.

That's why there is so much bile coming from certain sections of the Liverpool fans. They can see it all coming. In another 10-20 years the stadium will transform the club. Eventually the additional revenue will just be too much for them to compete with. Trading on past glories will only get you so far.

The big liners can come anyway can’t they? They regularly have the three tall ships at the docks. Think it’s just not a big cruise destination. Hopefully that changes with the new terminal. 

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33 minutes ago, TallPaul1878 said:

From my understanding it is a "naming option". If it is what I think then effectively this is the minimum we can expect. Should a better offer come in for the naming rights then we take that but if not then USM will do it for £30m.

It's just Usmanov ensuring we get a good deal. Any future deals will have to be better than this now.

Edit.

I've been told that Spurs are still unable to find a sponsor for their stadium and are asking for £20m

Is that per year? It must be 

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5 hours ago, Hafnia said:

Haha..... "I want to pay you £30m so that I get first refusal to pay you a shed load more money for the stadium naming rights"

It's ace. 

Brilliant move by the club. Perhaps they do know what they're doing :)

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