Liverpool Knowledge Quarter: An Innovative District for Health, Technology and Science
Various academic and educational institutions sit within the Liverpool Knowledge Quarter including the likes of the University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moores University , Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA) and the Liverpool Bioinnovation Hub.
The Knowledge Quarter is a unique part of the city that has benefitted from huge amounts of investment.
Accommodating some of the world’s major players in various industries, the scheme has promoted businesses to invest in the city’s 54,000 students and creative, independent businesses.
In collaboration with Liverpool City Region and council, the Knowledge Quarter in Liverpool aims to bridge the economic gap between the North and South of England.
Since Liverpool has an incredible pool of talent, from the creative entrepreneurs to the junior doctors and trainee nurses, the Knowledge Quarter gives these people a place to continue thriving.
It is no secret that so far, the area has produced some of Liverpool’s brightest minds and will continue to do so as the area continues to be pumped with investment.
Various projects have been attracted to the area like ELEMENT- The Quarter, Liverpool’s first ever eco-development.
To support the growth of the Knowledge Quarter, local businesses are actively encouraged to invest their money or move into the area and build on their prospects there.
Geographically, the Knowledge Quarter is an ideal place to pick up tourists and local residents as it’s practically right in the city centre.
One of the largest Liverpool development schemes to happen in the area has to be the £450 million Royal Liverpool University Hospital redevelopment.