Everton are talking up the heritage aspect of their new stadium as construction on the project begins.
The city of Liverpool recently lost its Unesco World Heritage status, with the Toffees' new waterside development listed as one of the reasons for the change.
However, stadium development director Colin Chong has stressed how much the club cares about the city's history during this process.
"There has been a lot of talk about heritage this week, but we have been clear throughout our planning that respecting and enhancing heritage has always been one of our key principles," he wrote in a letter to supporters, per Sky Sports.
"Our commitment to bringing the dock's heritage features to life has not changed and we will be investing more than £55m to preserve, restore and celebrate the heritage assets at Bramley-Moore Dock.
"Indeed, this process has started already by repairing the listed dock wall and, in the coming days, we'll begin stabilising the hydraulic tower.
"Once construction is complete we will be opening the inaccessible site up to the public for the first time in decades - allowing people to appreciate its heritage."
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