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21 Nov 2019 10:11:54
Ed’s any info on the new proposed planning application for the Anfield road end?

What capacity are they preferring?

{Ed002's Note - I don't know - all they are going to do is make available some deigns and a model for the public (they need to get the local residents on their side, particularly after lying about the consultation process last time) to ponder. It will have trees on it and cheerful kiddies playing together and generally look attractive - unlike the reality. So then they need to go for outline planning permission and resolve issues arising. Then they would need to submit the formal planning application with the detailed design for approval - then they can decide when to start work. As an aside, when the plans were submitted for an update to one of the stands at Stamford Bridge about 25 years ago, it was noted that there was no way to get from the kitchens to the hospitality and boxes on the plans. They added a door.}

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21 Nov 2019 11:56:18
Ok thanks Ed’s. hopefully both the residents and club can come to an amicable decision that suits both parties.

21 Nov 2019 12:26:45
Trees and kiddies playing. Hilarious and true.

Its like watching dream home when they do the house design. Outside the window is a lovely grass field yet in reality they are smack bang in the middle of a concrete jungle.

They should at least plant the trees.

21 Nov 2019 13:43:10
I think I read somewhere that they already have outline planning permission for the site, so I would assume the next big stage would be a detailed application, after the consultation period.

I work for my Council Planning Department (Not as a planner, but alongside the city planning team), so all this finally makes a little sense to me, but I've got no doubt there will be plenty of hoops to jump through and hitches in the road before any additional development happens, especially if the locals aren't onside.

{Ed002's Note - No. As I explained previously The AP have built a relationship with FSG and during one of the interviews it was explained that the outine planning approval would be allowed to elapse and the club would consider all options.}

21 Nov 2019 13:53:26
I’ve travelled to most major stadiums watching LFC away and most grounds aren’t in the best of areas let’s say - except Chelsea. I used to stay at the millennium hotel adjacent to Stamford bridge and it’s in a very very affluent area of west London.

Apparently the club has invited residents, local business etc to meetings regarding the proposed expansion of the Annie Road end, between 29th Nov and 4th Dec.

22 Nov 2019 14:04:55
I'm glad we didn't move stadium. I've said before the Beauty of Anfield is the surroundings, it's an intimidating place for the away lot especially nights. Most big clubs stadiums are like a family friendly retail park but Anfield there's no Nando's TGI's no bathroom shops or Car rental places. Combine that intimidation with Bus welcomes and a great Klopp team, it's no wonder Liverpool have the best home record across Europe.

22 Nov 2019 14:47:59
Company has just been asked for a proposal on the structure and microclimate wind loads, stand looks identical to the previous one upgraded ed025 you’ll be happy we completed the work on Everton’s stadium will be extremely windy expect a lot of random flags sculptures and canopy’s on it.

{Ed025's Note - the last thing we need at everton is more wind mate...but thanks for the update..



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