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In pictures: Liverpool Waters and Everton stadium plans revealed

Everton’s new £500m stadium forms part of newly released images of Peel’s £5bn Liverpool Waters regeneration project.

The images have been created along with a “refreshed masterplan” for the development that encompasses all of the proposed areas across the 60 ha site.

Everton and Peel Ports agreed a deal in November which saw a new 55,000-seater stadium for the club added to the plans.

The two parties agreed a 200-year lease on nominal rent that allowed Everton to take control of the land and push forward on planning applications for the project. 

The overall 30-year Liverpool Waters scheme was given first planning approval in 2013, ending a six-year effort by developers and consultants.

Peel followed this in 2015 by announcing the first projects on the scheme would be an eight-storey office building, a residential tower and a hotel.

Moda Living and Apache Capital Partners were then given planning permission for a £82m PRS 34-storey tower on the site the following year.

In March last year Peel revealed pictures of the next phase of the project. This was followed by two more projects worth a combined £76m being given the green light by planners.

Liverpool Waters assistant project director Ian Pollitt said: “For over 10 years we have developed this project from an initial idea into the biggest single regeneration project in the history of Liverpool and one of the biggest of its kind anywhere in the world.”

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