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By Richard Vaughan
17 November 2010Simon Hogg
Everton Football Club has won planning permission for a £9 million retail and administration development at Goodison Park.
17 January 2012
Liverpool Football Club is set to return to plans first submitted for planning permission nine years ago for its new £300 million stadium.
25 July 2007RV
Texan practice HKS Architects and its UK-based cousin, Ryder HKS, have unveiled designs for Liverpool Football Club's new home.
24 April 2014Tom Ravenscroft
Liverpool Football Club has revealed proposals by KSS Architects to add 13,000 seats to its existing home
23 September 2014Jim Dunton
KSS Design Group’s proposed expansion of Liverpool Football Club’s Anfield stadium has won the backing of the city council
6 June 2008Richard Vaughan
Plans for a shared stadium between Liverpool and Everton football clubs have taken a significant step forward after Liverpool’s American owners agreed to meet the North West Development Agency (NWDA) about the proposals.
23 July 2007RV
KSS Design Group has unveiled these designs for Everton Football Club's new stadium just days before rivals Liverpool FC reveal their own proposals for a new home.
26 November 2009
Any dreams of a new stadium for Everton Football Club look set to vanish into thin air as plans for their new ground are expected to be turned down
16 August 2007RV
Liverpool Council and cash-and-carry giant Bestway have unveiled a feasibility study for a new Everton football stadium to stop the club moving out of the city.
31 January 2014
Full transcript of the second Max Fordham roundtable
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