Does the image show there is a regulatory requirement for 25 degree max steepness yet the design pictures show 33 degree max steepness?
The Green Guide allows for a maximum steepness of 34 / 35 degrees anywhere. In a multi tiered stadium it means that, in order to preserve sight lines, only the upper tier can be at that steepness. The next tier down must be at a shallower rake; and the tier below that shallower still etc.Does the image show there is a regulatory requirement for 25 degree max steepness yet the design pictures show 33 degree max steepness?
Continues here. https://www.evertonfc.com/news/1277893/everton-fans-to-get-stadium-design-previewEverton Fans To Get Stadium Design Preview
Everton is to host a fan event to unveil designs for a new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock.
The event, which launches the Club’s second stage public consultation, will take place in the Rum Warehouse at the Titanic Hotel on the evening of Thursday 25 July, with architect Dan Meis in attendance to introduce the latest stadium designs to a gathering of hundreds of Evertonians.
The event will coincide with the online release of the designs via evertonfc.com, peoples-project.co.uk and each of the Club's official social media accounts.
Continues here. https://www.evertonfc.com/news/1281197/second-public-consultation-for-peoples-project-to-be-launchedSecond Public Consultation For People's Project To Be Launched
Everton’s plans for a new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock and a legacy project at Goodison Park will be shown across the Liverpool City Region as part of the Club’s second widescale consultation with the public.
The People’s Project public consultation takes place from Friday 26 July to Sunday 25 August and will visit 12 locations across all six city region boroughs - Liverpool, Wirral, Sefton, Knowsley, St Helens and Halton - over 19 days of the month-long consultation period.
Visitors to the travelling consultation will also have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the project with a virtual reality experience allowing users to experience 360-degree views of the stadium. For those unable to attend, the exhibition and consultation survey will also be available via The People’s Project website and a new People’s Project app that will contain a range of interactive materials. These will include an alternative reality version of the new stadium and a 360-degree VR tour of both the inside and outside of the ground. The app will be updated throughout the consultation period and the lifetime of the project.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-merseyside-49109807?ns_linkname=english_regions&ns_campaign=bbc_north_west_tonight&ns_mchannel=social&ns_source=twitterA steeply pitched 13,000-capacity home end will form the centrepiece of Everton's new £500m football stadium, new designs reveal.
The 52,000-capacity ground at Bramley Moore Dock, Liverpool, could be ready to host games by 2023, the club said.
Architects say the stadium's brick and steel construction will make it appear "as though it has risen from the dock" in tribute to the city's maritime past.
The installation of rail seating could pave the way for some standing areas.
Everton expect to submit plans by the end of 2019 and hope to begin a three-year building project as soon as 2020.
It said there were options to fund the development from both the private and public sectors, which could include selling naming rights to a sponsor.
The plans were revealed to 800 Everton supporters in Liverpool on Thursday.
The club will consider increasing the capacity to 62,000 if it regularly fills the ground.