Yes - I noticed that on re-reading. It mentions a Joint Venture Company:
4.8 Joint Venture Company: Liverpool FC and the City Council are in the process of agreeing terms on a new private, limited company with 50/50 shareholdings. The objectives of the Joint Venture Company are:
(i) to facilitate the development of the new Anfield Stadium as a catalyst for the regeneration of the wider area, and
(ii) to generate an income stream to maintain the public open spaces at Stanley Park and Anfield Plaza;
4.8.1. The mechanics call for the freeholds of the sites needed for the project, e.g. the existing stadium site and the site upon which the new stadium will be built, to be placed within the joint venture company. Revenue will be obtained by a ground rent for the new stadium site, the maintenance budget for Stanley Park from the City Council, and service charges/ground rents from the developments on Anfield Plaza.
4.8.2. The primary activity of the Joint Venture Company will be to oversee the management and maintenance of the open spaces within the defined area of Stanley Park and Anfield Plaza. It will contract with suitable companies to carry out these functions.
4.8.3. The revenues generated through the Joint Venture Company may, over time, exceed the costs of the primary activities referred to above. It is anticipated that those revenues will be eligible as "match" to draw down other funding streams that could be used in support of wider regeneration activity in Anfield and Breckfield. It will be the ambition of the company to use its revenues as match to access to such funding as may be available. It is the intention that the company will delegate to the Strategy Committee referred to below the task of working with others to identify qualifying regeneration projects that would benefit from the available funding.
4.8.4. The Club intends to manage and maintain the area surrounding the stadium and to assist in the maintenance of the soccer pitches on Stanley Park. Also, as the Club will be maintaining a 24-hour security operation relating to the stadium, it has offered to monitor CCTV footage from cameras in the park.
4.8.5. The Board of the Joint Venture Company will consist of two directors from the City Council and two directors from the Club. Reporting to the Board will be an Operations Committee consisting of nominated representatives of the City Council and the Club. This Committee will deal with the day-to-day issues of management and maintenance and monitor performance to ensure high standards.
4.8.6. There will also be a Strategy Committee consisting of nominated representatives of the City Council, the Club and the Anfield Breckfield Community Steering Group. This Committee will consider how the restored Stanley Park and open spaces of Anfield Plaza can best serve the community and contribute to regeneration. This would include users’ issues, events, services, etc. The Committee will also be the vehicle through which the Company will seek to consult on any potential regeneration projects as described in Paragraph 4.8.3 above.
4.8.7.The Joint Venture Company will be agreed subject to planning permission being granted for the applications currently under consideration and would be activated thereafter.