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Thursday, March 25, 2010
Goodison Meeting and Online Petition
Following KEIOC’s recent Goodison site visit with architects WCEC, Robert Elstone invited KEIOC into Goodison to deliver their “Past, Present and Future” presentation to the stadium team; also present were Labour Group leader Joe Anderson and Spirit of Shankly vice chair, Paul Rice.

The two hour meeting was an opportunity for both sides to listen to one another and understand each others position regarding the stadium.

Chair of KEIOC, Dave Kelly, explained “KEIOC empathize fully with Everton over the stadium situation; we’ve presented a Plan A which begins the phased redevelopment of Goodison within a football quarter involving LFC and other public and private interests. The quarter is nothing more than a concept developed by Everton and Liverpool fans at the moment, a concept which needs the support of the city council and other agencies to bring it to the next stage which would be a full feasibility study. KEIOC articulated their fears and reservations with regard to any possible ground move, yet If Everton need to move to a new stadium that project will be embraced so long as it meets the criteria set out in our presentation.”

Labour Group Leader Joe Anderson offered his full support for the Football Quarter concept. “The football club’s are an important part of the city regions economy, the concept of a Football Quarter helping the local communities and the city is something that I shall be pursuing after the May elections.”

Warren Bradley was unable to attend the meeting due to commitments in London but his enthusiasm for the Football Quarter concept has been well documented in the local media.

It was confirmed that whilst several potential sites for Everton were being evaluated, the current financial outlook, with regard to the economy, in particular the retail economy, means that the funding of any stadium project will be a considerable challenge and will require the full cooperation of the city council. It was made clear that all options are being thoroughly investigated.

Paul Rice, vice chair of the Spirit of Shankly group said “It’s good to see the professional approach being taken by Robert and Everton, I hope that this approach and the opportunity to present will be reciprocated by Liverpool FC’s senior management team to the Sprit of Shankly group; the Football Quarter represents a real opportunity for the club’s to give something back to the communities they’ve been a part of for over a century.”

It is imperative that the financial impact of a football quarter should be demonstrated to all parties involved before an informed decision on the concept can be taken; to facilitate this KEIOC and the Spirit of Shankly group, under the banner of all together now, have launched an online petition that can be found here.


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Liverpool and Everton fans group launches online “football quarter” petition
Mar 29 2010 by Gary Stewart, Liverpool Echo

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AN ONLINE petition was launched to persuade city leaders to fund a study into a “football quarter” around Stanley Park.

The idea is intended to bring about a wide range of social and economic improvements to the area around Liverpool and Everton’s grounds.

The petition was launched by All Together Now, which represents supporters groups Keeping Everton In Our City (Keioc) and Spirit Of Shankly.

Spirit Of Shankly vice president Paul Rice said: “Lack of progress and a series of failed schemes over the last decade means action should be taken now.

“We want all Liverpool and Everton fans to sign up and help get the message across a feasibility study is the only way of demonstrating the huge potential of this vital initiative.”

Go to http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/footballquarter/


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