By Shannon Lyon.
Everton has won permission for a new office space in the famous Liver Building.
The move will see Everton taking up location within an iconic part of the city, which is co-owned by the clubs owner Farhad Moshiri.
The club will be moving to the seventh floor of the landmark and will be preserving and restoring the original ceilings within the building this coming August 2018.
Plans will see the seventh floor being turned into an open plan office space, which will include two pods on either side of the reception area of the building on the waterfront side that will contain a large boardroom and a coffee bar.
There will even be space for visitor directors as two rooms will be available, tucked under the giant buttresses that run up the front of the building.
2M2 Studio has said in regards to the planning permission that they are planning to leave as much of the ceiling exposed as possible.
The Deputy Chief Executive of Everton Professor Denise Barrett-Baxendale has said that Mr Moshiris’ investment in the Royal Liver Building is to show his commitment to the city.