LIVERPOOL MANCHESTER STUDENT ALL PROPERTIES

Liverpool is currently experiencing unprecedented growth and the buy to let Liverpool market is no exception. Over the past decade, billions of pounds in investment has transformed the city centre, waterfront and port, providing a huge boost to the local economy.

 

 

 

 

Liverpool Investment Zones

LIVERPOOL WATERS

With an estimated investment value of £5.5 billion, Liverpool Waters represents a city centre and waterfront redevelopment on a scale not witnessed since the formation of the original docks over 200 years ago. This landmark mixed-use scheme along the banks of the river Mersey will comprise leisure, retail, residential and business facilities, and offer a diverse range of investment prospects.

 

LIVERPOOL ONE

In the heart of Liverpool city centre, Liverpool ONE is the city’s flagship retail, residential, and commercial complex. One of the North West’s major attractions, Liverpool ONE features stunning architecture spread across 42 acres of retail and entertainment space. The development opened in 2008 – the year Liverpool was crowned European Capital of Culture – and is the largest open-air shopping centre in the UK

 

LIVERPOOL 2 CONTAINER TERMINAL

Liverpool2 is a £400m deep-water shipping terminal that is transforming the Port of Liverpool into a global transport and logistics hub. Phase 1 of the expansion opened in November 2016, while Phase 2 is now underway. When Phase 2 is complete the port will have the capacity to simultaneously unload two 380-metre vessels, making it one of Europe’s most advanced container terminals...

 

THE KNOWLEDGE QUARTER LIVERPOOL

The Knowledge Quarter Liverpool is the city’s academic hub and home to much of the UK’s leading R&D activity. The University of Liverpool, Royal Liverpool Hospital, Liverpool John Moores University, and the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine are among those thriving in an environment of collaboration

 

PADDINGTON VILLAGE

Not simply a great place to live, but a great place to work, this is the promise of Paddington Village. With 1.8 million sq ft of science, technology, education and health space earmarked for the eastern gateway of the city, Paddington Village will become the heart of the Knowledge Quarter Liverpool

 

THE GEORGIAN QUARTER

In 1800 Liverpool surveyor John Foster Snr laid out plans for a new area of housing east of Rodney Street. Over the next 100 years, elegant rows of houses were built, mainly in Georgian style, and populated by Liverpool’s wealthy elite. The streets were laid out in a distinctive grid structure and offer one of the finest examples of Georgian urban design anywhere in the UK

 

ROPEWALKS AND CHINATOWN

Bustling with art, music, and culture, Ropewalks is the pulse of Liverpool’s bohemian scene. At the heart of the action is Bold Street, where independent bars and restaurants serve up food and drink from all corners of the globe, while an array of vintage clothes stores set the trends.

 

LIVERPOOL’S COMMERCIAL DISTRICT AND THE BALTIC TRIANGLE

Centered around Old Hall Street, around 0.5km north west of the city centre, Liverpool’s Commercial District is where the business heavyweights are clustered, Maersk Line, and BT among them. Accessed via Moorfields train station the commercial district is minutes from Liverpool’s UNESCO-listed waterfront and the Albert Dock…

 

NORTH LIVERPOOL

Liverpool’s northern suburbs offer a serene contrast to the frenetic pace of the city. With long stretches of coastline and world-class golf courses nearby, Crosby and Formby are popular with celebrities and sports personalities

 

RAIL NETWORK

Liverpool city centre is served by four major train stations: Liverpool Lime Street is where national connections are made; Liverpool Central, with an entrance on Bold Street and Ranelagh Street is the departure point for the city centre; Moorfields serves the commercial district; James Street is best for Liverpool ONE. Manchester can be reached from Liverpool Lime Street in 49 minutes, while London is a little over two hours away

 

LIVERPOOL JOHN LENNON AIRPORT

Seven miles south-east of Liverpool city centre, Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) connects the region to over 60 destinations across the UK and Europe, including Berlin, Paris, and Madrid. The airport was established in 1993 and has been part of the Peel Group since 1997. It currently handles over 4.8 million passengers and is the 12th busiest airport in the UK…

 


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