While many parts of Crosby are considered quite upmarket, there has been some decline in recent years with upkeep needed in certain areas. But the local council has acknowledged this issue and regeneration projects have already been kick-started in some parts of Crosby.
The town’s central shopping hub, Crosby Village, has been in Sefton’s sights since 2015, and they finally got to start the Crosby Investment Strategy last year after some stalling. The plan will involve pouring millions of pounds of investment into the area, improving local parking, transport, and facilities.
The schemes include short and medium-term deliverables, but they also look forward to 2030, suggesting that there will be long-term growth in the town. This is something that Crosby property investors can benefit from as the area receives a boost in popularity and capital value increases.
Crosby is an in-demand residential area due to its convenient location and local amenities.
The town is located in the suburbs of Liverpool and boasts easy access to Liverpool city centre thanks to excellent public transport and road links.
In particular, the area is famed locally for Crosby Beach, which draws visitors from all over Liverpool for day trips and international tourists. The beach is home to an art installation from world-famous sculptor Antony Gormley.
The area also has potential as a short-letting destination, with easy access to nearby beaches and National Trust green spaces and being close to one of the top city break destinations in the UK.