By Cian Cheesbrough For Mailonline
Published: 18:50 BST, 10 September 2020 | Updated: 18:51 BST, 10 September 2020
Everton have submitted an amendment to the planning application for their stunning new 52,888-capacity stadium after releasing new designs for the venue at Bramley-Moore Dock.
The Merseyside club announced new images for their planned new home last month including a new stepped plaza facing the river for supporters to enjoy as well as removing a multi-storey carpark and lowering the overall height of the ground.
The new stadium is set to be completed in between 2023 and 2024, with its construction planned to begin in early next year. It will take Everton from their home near Stanley Park to the heart of the Port of Liverpool.
Everton submitted an amendment to the planning application for their stunning new stadium
The club released new designs for the new 52,888-capacity stadium at Bramley-Moore dock revealing plans to build a riverside plaza (above) for fans to have riverside views
The club say the 'world-class' development aims to regenerate the semi-derelict area of the the city's northern docklands, contributing a £1bn boost to the regions economy, creating up to 15,000 jobs and attracting 1.5m visitors to the city each