Goodison Park care home, Gauld Property Partnership, p planning docs

AFL Architects is leading on design. Credit: via planning documents

Goodison Park care home plans submitted 

A site currently used for match day parking could be redeveloped into a 77-apartment scheme under plans submitted by Gauld Property Partnership. 

The proposals would see a six-storey care home constructed on a site located off Diana Road next to Everton FC’s Goodison Park stadium. 

Designed by AFL Architects, the development would provide a mix of one- and two-bedroom apartments.  

To learn more, search for reference number 23F/3189 on Liverpool City Council’s planning portal. 

Gauld Property Partnership’s plans are a departure from an earlier vision for the site. In 2018, the developer won permission for a 105-home residential scheme but the project did not progress and the consent has now lapsed. 

If approved, Gauld’s scheme would sit just outside of the red line of the Goodison Park legacy project. 

Everton will relocate to a new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock for the start of the 2025/26 season, paving the way for the redevelopment of its 131-year-old ground. 

The £82m proposals, signed off in 2021, would see Goodison redeveloped into a mixed-use scheme featuring 173 homes and 51,000 sq ft of offices.   

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Perhaps this is where we can pension off Michael Keane so that he no longer troubles us on the pitch?

By Saint Domingo

Looks like a Quality design, Hopefully red brick too

By John Lynn

There will be objections but hope this gets through planning as it looks a good scheme and will bring a new dimension to the area and enhance this main road.
Once Everton FC demolish Goodison the location will need a re-think.
Personally I would demolish the main stand, plus Bullens Rd and Gwladys St and erect smaller stands around the pitch so the women’s team and under 21s could play there on this historic site.

By Anonymous

Looks like a decent design,, and will fit in with the goodison master plan which envisages housing adjacent to this project.

By George

Is the care home for the current first team?

By Anonymous

The Goodison master plan also had a care home on Bullens Road.

By Anonymous

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