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Council extend Planning Consents on Stanley Park

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Liverpool were given an extension to their Stanley Park planning consents which expired on June 19th, according to Liverpool City Council. The Council told the Guardian:

“A condition of the planning decision was that Liverpool had to start work by 19 June but we’ve accepted they have done sufficient work.”

The Reds are still assessing whether to refurbish Anfield or build a new stadium at Stanley Park. The extension will give FSG more time to consider their options.

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  • dj says:

    a new stadium is a must!

  • Omar says:

    Would love to stay at anfield however we need to think long term and unless a 70,000 seater can be arranged we should move to stanley park. Hopefully when we start playing attractive football and become conteneders numbers will increase and there needs to be seats to satisfy demand.

  • Ismail_lfc says:

    Anfield! Anfield! Anfield! We wna anfield if we move the new stadium i would to call anfield that stadium please call it anfield and change stanly park

  • David Tyrer says:

    Yeah, agree with Omar. Staying at Anfield is a lovely idea but I just can’t see how it can be increased by 15,000+ with so many homes so close by. Unless they just continue to build upwards.

  • Kieran says:

    I went on the anfield tour recently and was told that if we decide to build at anfield it would be to have another tier all the way round!

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