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      The "Anfield Redevelopment is in progress!" Thread

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      stuey
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      Re: The "Anfield Redevelopment is in progress!" Thread
      Reply #900: Feb 16, 2020 12:51:50 pm
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      Re: The "Anfield Redevelopment is in progress!" Thread
      Reply #901: Feb 16, 2020 01:26:46 pm
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      Reply #902: Feb 16, 2020 02:24:55 pm
      Wait, is that a gag? That is a real thing?
       :)

      It's real, click on the link.
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      Reply #903: Feb 16, 2020 02:43:40 pm

      Shrewsbury had something similar during the FA cup game which for a club like that makes it look unique, the mancs doing it makes it look f**king embarrassing.
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      Reply #904: Feb 16, 2020 02:50:35 pm

      Even their own fans were mocking it! ;D
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      Reply #905: Feb 17, 2020 07:56:38 am
      Which charity shop did they get that sofa from ?
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      Reply #906: Feb 17, 2020 09:19:24 am

      Horrific. Wonder how many general admission tickets they've sacrificed for that monstrosity - reckon you could fit another 20 or so seats there instead!
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      Reply #907: Feb 17, 2020 11:01:35 am
      I'm guessing they're OK with just lounging around in mid-table whilst we move so-far ahead of them! :lmao:
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      Reply #908: Feb 18, 2020 05:17:46 pm
      Horrific. Wonder how many general admission tickets they've sacrificed for that monstrosity - reckon you could fit another 20 or so seats there instead!
       

      Could be worse,least it's not a hot tub,like they do here...  fat mancs in a hot tub....shudder !
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      Reply #909: Mar 02, 2020 10:50:41 am
      https://www.liverpoolfc.com/anfieldroadexpansion/public-space

      During our first stage public consultation we shared our early ideas for extending the high quality public realm around the expanded Anfield Road Stand. The initial plans showed that whilst the majority of Anfield Road would remain open for residents and businesses, a short section of the road between Skerries Road and 96 Avenue would be permanently closed for vehicles, except for emergency services.

      Based on the feedback from some local residents and representatives through our first stage consultation, we will now reroute Anfield Road around the footprint of the expanded Anfield Road Stand.

      This means that access for vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists will be retained on non-match days as currently occurs and a short-section of Anfield Road will be closed to vehicles on match and event days.

      This change to our plans is supported by detailed crowd modelling and specialist transport advice. It is also likely that realigning the road in this way would result in reduced volumes and speed of traffic using Anfield Road.

      Our current proposals for Anfield Road, including our ideas for the design and materials are shown on the images below. We are continuing to discuss details such as the materials for the road surface with Liverpool City Council and we are committed to a solution which ensures that this public space provides both visual and environmental benefits.









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      Re: The "Anfield Redevelopment is in progress!" Thread
      Reply #910: Apr 27, 2020 08:24:07 pm
      LFC update on proposed expansion of Anfield Road stand

      Liverpool Football Club would like to update supporters on its proposed expansion of the Anfield Road stand.

      Project paused due to impact COVID-19 lockdown delays are having on the construction and build programme.

      The complex build must be completed between seasons and therefore the impact is at least a 12-month pause.

      Earliest target for project completion is summer 2023 (original target was summer 2022).

      The club began a two-stage consultation with local residents, groups and businesses, and supporters in November last year and aimed to submit its planning application in spring 2020.

      LFC said from the outset that for the expansion to go ahead it would need certainty on three key areas – agreement from the local neighbourhood that they will allow the expansion to proceed; a financial and economic model in place to deliver a long-term sustainable Anfield; and our ability to navigate the complex planning landscape.

      The proposed 18-month build schedule for the Anfield Road expansion project is similar to the Main Stand. It is a complex construction process which is highly dependent on a wide range of time-sensitive variables. These include procurement, construction, sub-contractors, supply chain and the football calendar to ensure minimal impact for supporters by having two summer windows to complete the project.

      On reviewing the delays that the COVID-19 pandemic has had, and will continue to have for the foreseeable future, coupled with the high levels of uncertainty in the construction industry, it is with regret that the club has paused its proposal to expand the Anfield Road stand for at least 12 months. The earliest target date for completion is now summer 2023.

      Liverpool FC’s chief operating officer, Andy Hughes, said: “We have experienced a number of delays to the planned project as a direct result of the COVID-19 lockdown. Given the challenges that many sectors are facing right now, including the construction, procurement and public sectors, we are taking a responsible approach to pause the project for at least 12 months.

      “The complex build programme for Anfield Road is an 18-month process and needs two clear summer closed season windows in order for it to be successful. This is why we are pausing on the project for at least 12 months so the earliest we could complete the programme is summer 2023 rather than summer 2022 as originally planned. Given the planning application is no longer time-critical, it is our intention to submit our planning application at some stage during the next 12 months.

      “We will use this period to review and consider options. When the football calendar and the wider delays to the construction and supply chain industries begin to plateau, we will provide further updates.

      “We understand this is disappointing for many, as it is for us, but would like to thank all our key stakeholders, including local neighbours in Anfield, our supporters, the City Council and others for their great cooperation in the pre-planning stages.

      “Our priority remains on the health and wellbeing of our people, the local community and supporters at this challenging time. Our thoughts are with all those affected by COVID-19.”


      https://www.liverpoolfc.com/news/announcements/394143-lfc-update-on-proposed-expansion-of-anfield-road-stand

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