Downtown in Business was joined by the team behind the Everton stadium development to over all the stages of the build process at Bramley Moore Dock.
Downtown CEO Frank McKenna gives us his view on the government approval of the new Everton Stadium at Bramley Moore Dock.
Everton CEO Professor Denise Barrett-Baxendale MBE to discuss football and anti-racism at UN-backed Peace One Day global event
Everton Football Club CEO Professor Denise Barrett-Baxendale MBE will address a global audience this weekend about the vital role football plays in promoting anti-racism and justice for all.
The unanimous backing of Liverpool City Council’s planning committee for Everton’s Bramley More Dock development application has been warmly welcomed by Downtown in Business chief executive Frank McKenna.
EITC’S COVID-19 SERVICES RECEIVE £1.5M FUNDING BOOST FROM STEVE MORGAN FOUNDATION AND COMMUNITY MATCH CHALLENGE
Everton in the Community has received £1.5million from Steve Morgan Foundation and the government’s Community Match Challenge initiative to further support the charity’s essential work in supporting the city’s most vulnerable people during – and post – Covid-19.
Everton’s Blue Family campaign received a helping hand when Liverpool-based catering firm Relish donated 1,000 pre-made meals to Everton in the Community to be distributed to those in need.
Downtown in Business partner Laing O’ Rourke have been chosen as the preferred developer to deliver Everton Football Clubs new stadium at Bramley Moore Dock.
Downtown in Business hosted an event at Everton Football Clubs’ HQ in the Royal Liver Building on the morning of Thursday 30th January 2020 and was be joined by key Everton executives behind the plans and proposals.
The proposed new Everton Football Club stadium was the focus for the discussion at an exclusive Downtown in Business event.
Everton reveal record-breaking results for second stage public consultation.
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.
Everton in the Community has appointed Lesley Beattie as its new Director of Development where her focus will be to support the management and growth of the charity.