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2009 - Reds recommit to new stadium
Despite Everton's setback over their new stadium,
LFC insist groundsharing is not on the agenda
2008 - Delay Announced
LFC confirm building of the new stadium will be
subject to a delay
2008 - Enabling works
LFC instruct Laing O'Rourke to commence
enabling works
2008 - Planning permission granted
The city council grant full planning permission
2008 - Redesign approved
Liverpool City Council approve redesigned
plans for new stadium
2008 - HKS appointed
Architectural firm HKS are appointed as designers
of the new stadium
2007 - Revised plans approved
The city council approve revised plans for stadium
2007 - New plans revealed
Reds reveal stunning new plans for 60,000 seater
stadium on Stanley Park
2007 - Owners' redesign
New Reds owners Gillett & Hicks order stadium redesign
2007 - Redevelopment statement
Statement that stadium work will begin in May
2007 - Plans review
Parry confirms plans will be reviewed but Reds
remain committed to move
2006 - ERDF funding
9m ERDF funding is awarded towards
Stanley Park improvements
2006 - Reds given go-ahead
City Council give go-ahead to proceed with new stadium
2005 - Groundshare rejected
CEO Rick Parry reveals groundshare ideas have been rejected
2004 - Groundshare denied
Reds issue statement denying any interest in groundshare with Everton
2004 - Plans receive boost
Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott's office okays stadium plan
2003 - Planning permission
The Reds submit an application planning permission to the City Council
2002 - Residents' vote
A majority of Anfield residents vote in favour of ground move
2002 - Plans announced
The Reds announce plans to build a new 55,000 stadium on Stanley Park