I’d rather it showed pics of bolasie , Morgan and sandro etc to show how mistakes must not be repeatedWhat I would love if that 'everton' part of the exterior to be a giant screen (like near Queen Square) that loops images of our former glory trophy wins/legend players.
Something like that on a constant loop would certainly catch tourists eyes especially at night.
Surprising facts that are now proven , are on paper and ready to be handed over to the planners95% of supporters think
Bramley moore is a good idea
We could use it to host non-EFC events
We should redevelop goodison park to leave a legacy
SO GLAD WE WASTED 6 MONTHS TO FIGURE THOSE SURPRISING FACTS OUT
Lad I know bought a site with OPP for a houseIt is worth mentioning that within the construction industry the period of time that elapses between the purchase of land and the beginning of construction is around two and a half years as a general rule of thumb.
I have worked in the industry most of my working life and find that this is a fairly accurate estimation. So for a large and complex project such as this ,the time frame thus far is entirely within the bounds of what would be expected.
This is right. Those including me that are underwhelmed are shot down by moan moan moan whinge whinge whinge.I'm actually firstly shocked that it's got this far.
Secondly, not having read anyone else's posts on it yet, I'll either be with everyone or people will jump on my back here, BUT
it's slightly underwhelming? Certainly not iconic.
Obviously if they are only the first drafts then ok, but, I dunno.
(Going to read others thoughts now so I'll either get dogs abuse or people will ignore cos it's what everyone's saying hahaha)
If everything goes to plan and there are designs out in the summer (with no footballing distractions), a planning application in and everything is still running smoothly, we're going to see some heads fall off.FWIW my position on "iconic" has changed over the lifetime of this scheme. I did think that it could only be described as such if it had a unique frontage/roof/materials etc....which would be nice too. However, I've gradually accepted they might well be out of the reach of a club looking to get financing for this stadium and that in those circumstances we have to accept the fact that "iconic" relates to the location - on a globally recognisable waterfront and part of a world heritage site. It would be hard pressed not to be impressive on that site. And make no mistake about it, the Kopites will be spitting blood at the sight of our ground being projected like that.
That all being said, and due to funding and the record of this club ballsing up anything worth doing, I still rate the chances of this happening at no better than about 20%.