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'Tears and goose bumps' from Liverpool business leaders over Everton's Bramley-Moore Dock stadium plans

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The Bramley-Moore Dock stadium proposals - and plans for a community-led legacy at the Toffees' current Goodison Park home - have been lauded as "exemplar" by a host of prominent business owners and leaders.

Everton FC's plans for a new stadium have received resounding backing from Liverpool City Region's businesses, who described "a mixture of tears of joy and goosebumps" when the proposals were first revealed.

Leaders from multiple organisations, which together represent many of the city and the region’s businesses and largest institutions, have signed a 'dock-style’ wall in support of the The People’s Project - a new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock and a community-led legacy at Goodison Park.

A second public consultation is currently underway with residents across Liverpool City Region invited to a roadshow visiting all six Merseyside boroughs.

It's hoped the ground and large-scale community regeneration project will bring a huge boost to north Liverpool, and the club has already said the city faces a "once-in-a-generation chance" to create new jobs and opportunities in a variety of sectors across the city, BusinessLive reports .

Bill Addy, chief executive of the Liverpool BID company, which represents the interests of more than 1,500 businesses in Liverpool city centre, is one of the signatories.

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