Everton FC has recently reached an agreement to use land on the Bramley-Moore Dock in North Liverpool for a new stadium. The club is hoping to have planning permission approved in 2020, with construction taking 3 years to complete following the approval. The project is estimated to bring £1bn into North Liverpool’s economy.
Forest Green Rovers FC
The world’s first and only 100% vegan friendly football club have had outline plans for their 5,000 capacity stadium accepted by Stroud District Council. Following an application rejection in June 2019, the plans for the wooden stadium, named Eco Park, have been accepted. 2020 will be a key year for the stadium, as it will face an appeal in February, but if all goes well, plans can proceed in 2020.
Edinburgh Rugby has had planning permission granted to build a 7,800 capacity stadium in the shadow of Murrayfield Stadium, the Scotland Rugby Union Team’s ground. Following the ground-breaking in 2019, the stadium is set to be completed before the start of the 2020/21 season.
Luton Town FC
Luton Town has almost finished their journey of moving into a new stadium, which is scheduled to be completed in 2020. The regeneration of an old industrial site will also look to bring apartments, hotels, retail space and food and drink facilities to the city centre.