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Offline desak29

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Re: Staying at Anfield?
« Reply #80 on: July 27, 2013, 02:27:36 am »
Apparently the owners want to sell for 350 probably bs
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Re: Staying at Anfield?
« Reply #81 on: July 27, 2013, 03:55:21 am »
I'm guessing you're talking about the article in the fail that says reports from the sun with no quotes from anyone related to Liverpool. Yes probably bs.

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Re: Staying at Anfield?
« Reply #82 on: July 27, 2013, 09:52:59 am »
Was on the ultimate Anfield experience yesterday and they said that there are 2 houses that are refusing to sell. He said that we could produce an 'order' to demand that they move from the council however the club don't want to do that as they don't want a bad reputation.

Granted I don't know much about all of this but thought i'd pass on what the club said yesterday. Can see this dragging on for a while to be honest  :(
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Re: Staying at Anfield?
« Reply #84 on: July 28, 2013, 10:41:13 am »
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Re: Staying at Anfield?
« Reply #85 on: September 5, 2013, 12:46:56 pm »
Plans for the regeneration of Anfield have been overwhelmingly supported by the community, Liverpool leaders claimed.

Since proposals for the  £200m-plus “Anfield Village” scheme  were put forward,  more than 1,700 residents have given their views to a  consultation on  the plans.

The findings show around  80% are in favour of the scheme, which will include major housebuilding or refurbishment of existing homes, as well as improvements to Anfield stadium to boost  capacity.

But some in the community, who  say they support the overall plans, say they are concerned that progress may be slower than initially  envisaged.

According to the council’s findings “some 97% agreed it was  important to improve  the street scene and  environment and 85%  supported the plans for a revitalised high  street. A further 83%  backed the plans for  Stanley Park and 78%  supported the proposals for improved match day experiences.”

Around 80% were said to have  backed plans for improved housing and 90% said Walton Breck Road  badly needed improving for both  residents and matchday visitors.

Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson said: “People have given us  invaluable information about the  entire range of regeneration ideas  and concepts which we unveiled.

“In the coming weeks we will  use this information to refine our  proposals and to undertake  another listening and  consultation exercise.

“We believe the plans  are exciting and will  deliver a massive  improvement in quality  of life for many thousands of people and be  of major benefit to the  city not just Anfield.”

The plans also include the development of a “food hub” in Stanley  Park, which will have 24 catering  points, which firms will be able to  use on a pay-as-you-go basis.

The park will contain a  showpiece avenue running from  within Stanley Park up to the stadium. It is planned to  name it in tribute to the 96 victims  of the Hillsborough disaster.

Liverpool Football Club managing director Ian Ayre, who last  year apologised for the slow progress in deciding whether the club  would stay or move to Stanley  Park and the blight that the community suffered as a result, said:  “The findings of this community  engagement exercise are a key  milestone in the wider regeneration of the Anfield area and  another important step towards  transforming the area for the better.”

A hospitality training school,  which functions as a working hotel  will also form part of the plans.