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    Why Is Liverpool Considered So Highly by Property Investors?

    This month, an article in The Times compiled the Top 25 places to buy a house in 2024, covering the length and breadth of the UK.

    The number one spot? The Liverpool Docks.

    Today, we’ll look at the Liverpool region in more detail and see why this area has ascended to the summit of The Times’ list of cities worth investing in.

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      What Did the Times Say About the Liverpool Docks & Other North West Areas?

      The Times pinpointed the Liverpool dockland between the Central Business District and the newly constructed Everton Stadium as an area experiencing an exciting transformation.

      Plans for the region encompass a diverse range of developments, including offices, residential buildings, dining establishments, a cruise terminal, and a park aimed at re-establishing a connection between the city and the iconic Mersey River.

      At the core of this revitalisation effort lies the Ten Streets light industrial area, which harbours aspirations of evolving into a vibrant creative centre akin to the Baltic Triangle.

      As the Times notes, a handful of independent businesses have seized the opportunity to set up shop in the area, signalling the initial stages of this ambitious regeneration project.

      Investors may also be interested in one of Liverpool’s new developments – The Gateway, which is just five minutes from this area.

      Situated on Leeds Street, this development will encompass four New York-style towers, each named after a location in the Big Apple. Utilising sustainable building practices and modern amenities, The Gateway in Liverpool will sit on the cusp of the Central Business District and serve as a jewel in the regeneration of Liverpool’s Northern Quarter.

      The Times also paid particular attention to New Brighton on the other side of the River Mersey from Liverpool.

      The newspaper mentions how investment, community initiatives, and the emergence of trendy independent establishments along Victoria Road, across from the railway station, are transforming this Victorian resort located at the tip of the Wirral peninsula. The council has developed a comprehensive master plan to enhance the seafront area. At the same time, the convenient Merseyrail train service to Liverpool, only 25 minutes away, ensures that city amenities remain easily accessible.

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      The Baltic Triangle in Liverpool has transformed in recent years, evolving from a run-down former industrial hub into a vibrant cultural and creative quarter. This regeneration project has breathed new life into the area, attracting artists, entrepreneurs, and innovators.

      The once-abandoned warehouses and factories have been repurposed into art galleries, music venues, cafes, and co-working spaces, fostering an atmosphere of creativity and collaboration. Street art now adorns the walls, adding to the area’s unique character and charm.

      Moreover, the Baltic Triangle has become a hotspot for technology startups and digital businesses, earning it the moniker ‘Liverpool’s Creative and Digital District’. Its proximity to the city centre and excellent transport links make it attractive for businesses and residents.

      This regeneration has not only revitalised the physical landscape of the Baltic Triangle but has also injected a sense of energy and excitement into Liverpool’s cultural scene, cementing its status as one of the city’s most desirable neighbourhoods.

      This is reflected in some of the property developments in the area. For instance, the Heaps Mill project will regenerate a Grade II-listed former mill into stunning apartment complexes, imbuing the local property scene with desirable apartments with a touch of history in architecture.

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      Dale Barham

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      Dale is a property content writer at RWinvest. Keeping a close eye on the UK property market, Dale helps our readers stay informed and up to date on the latest market news and statistics.