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A NEW PLACE TO PLAY for Everton Football Club at Liverpool’s Bramley Moore Dock could give a £1billion lift to the local economy and be the catalyst for 1,650 new homes in the city’s North Docks.

Everton FC is making preparations for relocation from their existing home at Goodison Road to Bramley Moore Dock

Granted, still at negotiation stage, the Premier League club’s move from Goodison Park would speed up the £5.5billion regeneration of Peel Land and Property’s Liverpool Waters, which is thought to include a new creative district – Ten Streets – and a new cruise terminal to boost tourism in the city and beyond.

“This is a once-in-a-generation opportunity for Liverpool to embrace one of the most significant and unique regenerative investments the city has ever seen,” says Iain Jenkinson, senior director of planning and development at real estate and investment firm CBRE, which is working with Everton on the stadium project.

“The economic contribution to the city of Liverpool through Everton’s new stadium at Bramley Moore Dock, the catalytic effect it will have on surrounding neighborhoods, and the equally important Goodison legacy project make this package of projects a game-changer for the city

“In addition, it will further enhance the city’s international reputation for delivering major transformational projects on such a large scale” says Jenkinson.

UK property developers are regenerating the Liverpool Waters region following the success of the Albert Docks

Simon Macbryde, chairman and managing director of Macbryde Homes, says: “The changes that Liverpool city centre has gone through in recent years are phenomenal and there’s no doubting that Merseyside is an increasingly in-demand area among all purchasers.

“Now, more than ever, Liverpool is a desirable area for families, first-time buyers and downsizers alike to consider.”

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