This unique project is located in a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where it has an important role to play in the social and economic regeneration of the region itself. On the site of a disused dock, the project promises to provide a significant boost to the economy, create up to 15,000 new jobs, and attract 1.4 million visitors.
The stadium itself will have a capacity of 52,888 and features new public places and hospitality lounges with sweeping views out to the River Mersey and the Wirral.
“Pattern are pleased to be collaborating with Endpoint, who have brought their great creativity and energy to the scheme. Endpoint has worked closely with our team to enhance the interiors and public realm design with a fully integrated wayfinding signage design.” – Jon-Scott Kohli, Project Architect at Pattern.
Endpoint has good form in creating effective stadium wayfinding and signage systems for large-scale sporting venues such as Ascot Racecourse, Doha City Tennis Stadium, and a 2022 World Cup Stadium in Qatar.
While Liverpool City Council’s public consultation into the Club’s amended plans continues, it’s hoped a planning determination will be reached by the end of 2020 and construction could begin in early 2021.
Watch this space...
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