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9 minutes ago, Pistonbroke said:

Talented lad, just played it and my son who has a day off school agrees. Love his rendition of 'Fields of Anfield Road.' 

He's also a cracking lad with it. Hope he can do something with this type of stuff.

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10 minutes ago, Jimmy Hills Chin said:

He's also a cracking lad with it. Hope he can do something with this type of stuff.

 

I actually quite like the Harp when they play tunes I personally like on it, very soothing and mellow when the mood takes. I wish him all the best. 

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Results of Everton’s second public consultation published, confirmation of capacity

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As expected, the second public consultation provided overwhelming support for the limited designs and images so far released by Everton Football Club with regards to Bramley-Moore and the proposed Goodison Park redevelopment.

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An extensive public consultation exercise including over 43,000 respondents at the second stage showed 98% support for Bramley-Moore, and 92% for the redevelopment of Goodison Park.

What have we learned from this exercise and release from the club today?

Firstly, confirmation that the seating capacity of Bramley-Moore will be 52,000. Any idea that the club may have responded to the first consultation and no doubt, many of the second too, for calls for an increased capacity have fallen on deaf ears. Any increase above 52,000 will only be a result of changed capacity brought about by increased spectator densities in “safe standing areas” or by a physical extension of the stadium itself. Given that no-one, not even the most ardent supporter of safe standing expects spectator density ratios greater than 1:1 until several seasons of data, observation and testing is completed, and the natural gap between completion of the stadium and future expansion we are destined to have a smaller than was expected capacity for many years to come.

Use of qualitative data

I have commented previously on the use of the qualitative data (the ideas and comments made in free-form) from both “consultations”. The club assures us that “alongside the quantitative data, the consultation also yielded a large volume of qualitative commentary, observations and ideas. Every comment has been read and is being used to help shape the detailed planning application for the stadium and the outline planning application for the community-led legacy at Goodison Park”

To date, the club has provided no details or even outlines, nor sought views in relation to ticket pricing policies, range of seating options, season ticket numbers nor internal and external facilities at the stadium. Much of the quantitative data provided by respondents  to both consultations would have included such topics.

Denise Barrett Baxendale is quoted as follows “The opinions, ideas and observations we’ve received will be used by the project team to inform the next steps of the project – as well as being included as part of our final planning applications.”

I would hope that the club now shares which ideas are being considered in the run up to the submission of a detailed planning application for Bramley-Moore and the outline permission for Goodison’s future redevelopment.

Broad support from local authority leaders and recognition of local public support

Mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson is quoted as follows, “Everton has carried out a brilliant public consultation to ensure everyone has had the opportunity to have their say on their proposals. Their plans for Bramley-Moore Dock and Goodison Park, alongside our regeneration ideas for Ten Streets and Walton, have the potential to deliver a huge long-lasting economic and cultural boost for our communities in North Liverpool and across the entire city by creating new opportunities, jobs and visitor appeal.”

Steve Rotheram, Metro Mayor of Liverpool City Region “It is clear to see the people of the Liverpool City Region are firmly supporting Everton’s plans for a new stadium and a legacy development at Goodison Park.”

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What’s next?

CEO Denise Barrett-Baxendale said: “This is a really important milestone and having the level of support we have from the Liverpool City Region public means we can submit for planning before the end of this year with confidence.”

We wait now to see if the club meets its own deadline.

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I though that on GOT a poster’s friend’s cousin’s girlfriend’s dad’s niece’s brother’s cat that works at the Council said a planning application would be submitted on the 4th December? The above still sounds like any finalised plans are still some way away.

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1 hour ago, Doctor Troy said:

Results of Everton’s second public consultation published, confirmation of capacity

the esk the esk
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As expected, the second public consultation provided overwhelming support for the limited designs and images so far released by Everton Football Club with regards to Bramley-Moore and the proposed Goodison Park redevelopment.

MEIS_Everton_Day_FINAL_

An extensive public consultation exercise including over 43,000 respondents at the second stage showed 98% support for Bramley-Moore, and 92% for the redevelopment of Goodison Park.

What have we learned from this exercise and release from the club today?

Firstly, confirmation that the seating capacity of Bramley-Moore will be 52,000. Any idea that the club may have responded to the first consultation and no doubt, many of the second too, for calls for an increased capacity have fallen on deaf ears. Any increase above 52,000 will only be a result of changed capacity brought about by increased spectator densities in “safe standing areas” or by a physical extension of the stadium itself. Given that no-one, not even the most ardent supporter of safe standing expects spectator density ratios greater than 1:1 until several seasons of data, observation and testing is completed, and the natural gap between completion of the stadium and future expansion we are destined to have a smaller than was expected capacity for many years to come.

Use of qualitative data

I have commented previously on the use of the qualitative data (the ideas and comments made in free-form) from both “consultations”. The club assures us that “alongside the quantitative data, the consultation also yielded a large volume of qualitative commentary, observations and ideas. Every comment has been read and is being used to help shape the detailed planning application for the stadium and the outline planning application for the community-led legacy at Goodison Park”

To date, the club has provided no details or even outlines, nor sought views in relation to ticket pricing policies, range of seating options, season ticket numbers nor internal and external facilities at the stadium. Much of the quantitative data provided by respondents  to both consultations would have included such topics.

Denise Barrett Baxendale is quoted as follows “The opinions, ideas and observations we’ve received will be used by the project team to inform the next steps of the project – as well as being included as part of our final planning applications.”

I would hope that the club now shares which ideas are being considered in the run up to the submission of a detailed planning application for Bramley-Moore and the outline permission for Goodison’s future redevelopment.

Broad support from local authority leaders and recognition of local public support

Mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson is quoted as follows, “Everton has carried out a brilliant public consultation to ensure everyone has had the opportunity to have their say on their proposals. Their plans for Bramley-Moore Dock and Goodison Park, alongside our regeneration ideas for Ten Streets and Walton, have the potential to deliver a huge long-lasting economic and cultural boost for our communities in North Liverpool and across the entire city by creating new opportunities, jobs and visitor appeal.”

Steve Rotheram, Metro Mayor of Liverpool City Region “It is clear to see the people of the Liverpool City Region are firmly supporting Everton’s plans for a new stadium and a legacy development at Goodison Park.”

Park-End-Axo-smaller-size1-e1564155010658

What’s next?

CEO Denise Barrett-Baxendale said: “This is a really important milestone and having the level of support we have from the Liverpool City Region public means we can submit for planning before the end of this year with confidence.”

We wait now to see if the club meets its own deadline.

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I’ve been round Asda twice now - noting which food and non food items they have on offer. I’ve spoken to the manager of the store and he said he’s happy for me to buy a certain amount of produce, and I’ve checked with the missus to make sure said items will fit in the cupboards. She said they will so I consider that a key milestone to enable me to move forward. I just have to look down the back of the sofa to see if I can find any money to buy something. If I can’t find the money, I’ll make an appointment in Asda again, this time next year, and see what’s what.

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32 minutes ago, Pistonbroke said:

Will they be employing frogmen to fish the balls out of the Mersey when their players hoof it over the stands? 

Thats why they are hanging der redshite over the banks of it 

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1 hour ago, Doctor Troy said:

Results of Everton’s second public consultation published, confirmation of capacity

the esk the esk
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As expected, the second public consultation provided overwhelming support for the limited designs and images so far released by Everton Football Club with regards to Bramley-Moore and the proposed Goodison Park redevelopment.

MEIS_Everton_Day_FINAL_

An extensive public consultation exercise including over 43,000 respondents at the second stage showed 98% support for Bramley-Moore, and 92% for the redevelopment of Goodison Park.

What have we learned from this exercise and release from the club today?

Firstly, confirmation that the seating capacity of Bramley-Moore will be 52,000. Any idea that the club may have responded to the first consultation and no doubt, many of the second too, for calls for an increased capacity have fallen on deaf ears. Any increase above 52,000 will only be a result of changed capacity brought about by increased spectator densities in “safe standing areas” or by a physical extension of the stadium itself. Given that no-one, not even the most ardent supporter of safe standing expects spectator density ratios greater than 1:1 until several seasons of data, observation and testing is completed, and the natural gap between completion of the stadium and future expansion we are destined to have a smaller than was expected capacity for many years to come.

Use of qualitative data

I have commented previously on the use of the qualitative data (the ideas and comments made in free-form) from both “consultations”. The club assures us that “alongside the quantitative data, the consultation also yielded a large volume of qualitative commentary, observations and ideas. Every comment has been read and is being used to help shape the detailed planning application for the stadium and the outline planning application for the community-led legacy at Goodison Park”

To date, the club has provided no details or even outlines, nor sought views in relation to ticket pricing policies, range of seating options, season ticket numbers nor internal and external facilities at the stadium. Much of the quantitative data provided by respondents  to both consultations would have included such topics.

Denise Barrett Baxendale is quoted as follows “The opinions, ideas and observations we’ve received will be used by the project team to inform the next steps of the project – as well as being included as part of our final planning applications.”

I would hope that the club now shares which ideas are being considered in the run up to the submission of a detailed planning application for Bramley-Moore and the outline permission for Goodison’s future redevelopment.

Broad support from local authority leaders and recognition of local public support

Mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson is quoted as follows, “Everton has carried out a brilliant public consultation to ensure everyone has had the opportunity to have their say on their proposals. Their plans for Bramley-Moore Dock and Goodison Park, alongside our regeneration ideas for Ten Streets and Walton, have the potential to deliver a huge long-lasting economic and cultural boost for our communities in North Liverpool and across the entire city by creating new opportunities, jobs and visitor appeal.”

Steve Rotheram, Metro Mayor of Liverpool City Region “It is clear to see the people of the Liverpool City Region are firmly supporting Everton’s plans for a new stadium and a legacy development at Goodison Park.”

Park-End-Axo-smaller-size1-e1564155010658

What’s next?

CEO Denise Barrett-Baxendale said: “This is a really important milestone and having the level of support we have from the Liverpool City Region public means we can submit for planning before the end of this year with confidence.”

We wait now to see if the club meets its own deadline.

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In summary.

we spoke to a bunch of people from Liverpool who agreed it would be good to build a new stadium. Just to be sure, we asked them again and got the same answer. The mayor and other local political figures also think it’s a good idea.

 

in conclusion - it would be a good idea to build the stadium.

 

Seriously (all rivalry aside) is this article saying anything more than that?

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4 hours ago, Pistonbroke said:

 

I actually quite like the Harp when they play tunes I personally like on it, very soothing and mellow when the mood takes. I wish him all the best. 

I quite enjoyed this off BGT. Coincidentally for this thread, something The Ev rarely do is get lucky.

 

 

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6 minutes ago, General Dryness said:

I quite enjoyed this off BGT. Coincidentally for this thread, something The Ev rarely do is get lucky.

 

 

 

Think I remember watching that, she was very talented as well. I think I saw her on 'The Voice UK' though, could be wrong. 

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GOT alternating between Sterling’s noble effort in calling out the pro-Liverpool media bias, and outrage that Bernardo Silva has been banned for doing nothing wrong whatsoever.

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24 minutes ago, Anubis said:

GOT alternating between Sterling’s noble effort in calling out the pro-Liverpool media bias, and outrage that Bernardo Silva has been banned for doing nothing wrong whatsoever.

Tightrope walking of the highest order - bravo

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2 hours ago, Anubis said:

I though that on GOT a poster’s friend’s cousin’s girlfriend’s dad’s niece’s brother’s cat that works at the Council said a planning application would be submitted on the 4th December? The above still sounds like any finalised plans are still some way away.

Saw a thing on Twatter before where it said that Tottenham announced that they were building a new stadium 50 days after Everton announced they were building theirs. Chippy Tits said they would be in the stadium by May 2019. 

 

Tottenham had to knock down their old stadium, move to Wembley for about 15 months and ended up going over budget and schedule. 

 

Everton are still asking people if it's a good idea to build a stadium almost 4 years later. Call me cynical but I think this one is getting dragged out a little bit.

 

But if any of this gets pointed out to them you get accused of being a bitter jealous redshite who is obsessed with Everton.

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1 minute ago, Doctor Troy said:

Saw a thing on Twatter before where it said that Tottenham announced that they were building a new stadium 50 days after Everton announced they were building theirs. Chippy Tits said they would be in the stadium by May 2019. 

 

Tottenham had to knock down their old stadium, move to Wembley for about 15 months and ended up going over budget and schedule. 

 

Everton are still asking people if it's a good idea to build a stadium almost 4 years later. Call me cynical but I think this one is getting dragged out a little bit.

 

Money put aside and building interest? 

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9 hours ago, Pistonbroke said:

 

I actually quite like the Harp when they play tunes I personally like on it, very soothing and mellow when the mood takes. I wish him all the best. 

It's also more useful than a guitar when it comes to slicing boiled eggs.

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I’m talking to myself on here. Does nobody else work nights?!

fuck yz then

here's my parting gift 

 

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2 hours ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

It's also more useful than a guitar when it comes to slicing boiled eggs.

I buy mine from texaco but they taste of gas when I burp 

defo going to bed now

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2 hours ago, Reckoner said:

I’m talking to myself on here. Does nobody else work nights?!

fuck yz then

here's my parting gift 

 

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I feel your pain. On the plus side, I'll be in bed in a little over an hour.

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I'd like to announce that 98% of people approve of my plan to let them spend an hour playing with Kelly Brooks' tits. The response was overwhelmingly positive.

 

What happens next?

Now I simply have to convince Kelly Brooks to let people play with her tits for an hour 

 

*z cars plays over a siren*

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