Wirral Council has secured £6m from the Government to bring forward more than 1,100 homes at the mixed-use site, while the council is also set to back Peel with a £1.5m grant to deliver an industrial scheme.
The documents show the latest proposals for Everton’s 52,000-seat stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock in Liverpool, although the designs are understood to be subject to change ahead of a planning application later this year.
The developer behind the project has pledged environmental improvements will be at the heart of its proposals as it prepares to start the planning process, with Willmott Dixon on board to deliver the site’s Celtic Manor resort.
Wirral’s derelict Andrew Gibson House, a former care home for widows of seafarers, is set to be transformed into 34 homes while three apartment blocks are to be built on an adjacent plot under proposals designed by architect Space Plus.
Knowsley Council is set to formally sign off £8.2m to begin major public realm improvements and upgrades around Prescot train station along with walking and cycling routes to the £26m Shakespeare North theatre.