Plans in for Goodison Park legacy

Everton Stadium Developments, the consortium behind Everton FC’s £500m new base at Bramley Moore Dock, has submitted an outline planning application to redevelop the club’s Goodison Park ground.

The application for the Goodison Park Legacy Project, which was lodged yesterday, proposes the demolition of the 128-year-old ground to bring forward a mixed-use scheme at the 8.3-acre site once the club vacates.

The project, designed by Condy Lofthouse Architects, would comprise:

  • 173 residential units, including three seven-storey residential blocks on Walton Lane
  • A 63,000 sq ft, six-storey care home
  • 55,000 sq ft of offices
  • A 74,000 sq ft arts and enterprise centre
  • A 96,000 sq ft healthcare and residential institution
  • 25,400 sq ft of retail, restaurants and bars

Scroll below for more images of the proposed scheme. 

Goodison 10


Condy Lofthouse said that the development “is informed and influenced by its surrounding context both in terms of massing and built form”, and that the scheme is designed to echo the heritage of the site and pay homage to its footballing history.

“The proposal seeks to ensure that the local residents and business do not feel a sense of abandonment when the stadium relocates to its new site and aims to retain a memory of what stood on the site before.

“It is hoped that Everton fans young and old will feel they can still engage with a space that has been so important to them in the past.”

The project team includes CBRE as planning consultant, Mott MacDonald advising on transport and KM Heritage as heritage consultant.

Professor Denise Barrett-Baxendale, chief executive of Everton, said: “Everton is a football club deeply rooted in its community and the Goodison Park legacy project is a symbol of our ambition, desire and commitment to Liverpool 4.

“This project at Goodison Park is as ambitious as our new stadium development at Bramley-Moore Dock and will build on the £10m investment in buildings already made by the club and Everton in the Community in Liverpool 4 over the last five years.”

In February, Laing O’Rourke was announced as the lead contractor for Everton’s new 52,000-seater stadium on Liverpool’s waterfront. The scheme is expected to complete in 2023.

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