Liverpool regeneration has been a hot topic for many years, with major areas of the city being transformed and renovated. One part of Liverpool which has seen extensive regeneration over the years is Anfield, with over £260 million worth of investment going into the area.
Anfield, located in North Liverpool, is the home of Liverpool Football Club’s Anfield stadium. The area is notoriously known as one of Liverpool’s most run-down suburbs, but Anfield regeneration plans are aiming to breathe new life into the area and turn it into one of the best places in Liverpool to live, attracting new residents, job opportunities, and prospects.
Anfield isn’t the only part of North Liverpool, however, which is set for expansion and regeneration. Other North Liverpool areas like Great Homer Street are part of the Liverpool regeneration scene, set to bring further investment and interest to the city.
Let’s take a look at what’s in store in terms of Anfield expansion and North Liverpool regeneration as a whole.
Where is North Liverpool?
Those that aren’t familiar with Liverpool and its many suburbs may be wondering –– where is North Liverpool? Liverpool is split into three districts of South Liverpool, Central Liverpool and North Liverpool. When you look at a map of Liverpool, you’ll see that North Liverpool is located to the North of the city, home to suburbs like Croxteth, Norris Green and Orrel Park.
Central Liverpool comprises of the city centre, while South Liverpool is home to popular suburbs like Mossley Hill, Aigburth and Hunts Cross.