Liverpool revels 60m Anfield Road End Expansion Plans!

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Liverpool revels 60m Anfield Road End Expansion Plans!

Liverpool revels 60m Anfield Road End Expansion Plans: Liverpool hopes to begin work on their 60 million Anfield Road redevelopment by the end of the year and the completion is scheduled for the summer of 2022.

The second stage of public consultation, reflecting small changes to the initial proposals – the most significant among them being the rerouting of the road than permanently closing them and it began on Wednesday.

Details on Liverpool 60m Anfield Road End Expansion Plans:

Chief Operating Officer Andy Hughes said,”Our plan is to go into a planning process in March through April and expect a planning determination to come in late summer.”

“Assuming that everything goes according to plan we would be able to commence the build towards the end of this year and take us through to completion in the summer of 2022. There are a lot of things that can happen on that journey and even a small change on the planning application could delay us.”

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From the first public consultation, more than 800 responses were received and 93% were in support of the plans.

Hughes added,”As expected to some degree there was some negative feedback around the road closure, it is obviously an issue for some of the local residents.”

Liverpool plans to fund the build themselves through existing finance options as opposed to the Main Stand redevelopment which received a £110 million loan from the owners Fenway Sports Group.

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However, the proposed rebuild of the Anfield Road stand, which will add 5,200 general admission seats and 1,800 for hospitality and take the ground’s overall capacity to around 61,000, does have some similarities with the previous redevelopment in terms of the methods being used.

As the introduction of general safe-standing rail seating has not yet been passed into legislation, the issue remains a hypothetical one which the club will consider if it is passed into law, carefully considering the views of the families of Hillsborough victims and fans.

The plan is to keep the stand open for the entirety of the project to avoid any loss of matchday revenue.

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