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    How the North Liverpool Dock Area Will Transform in the Coming Years

    Liverpool’s regeneration success stories have transformed the city. Revamped city districts such as the Knowledge Quarter and the Baltic Triangle have attracted national attention for their incredible growth in recent years. While these regeneration areas are still growing and striving towards their true potential, there are other exciting districts to watch in Liverpool.

    The stretch of dockland in North Liverpool is still in a nascent stage of rebirth but packed with clear potential. This section of the Liverpool waterfront has been neglected for a long time, with many areas falling into dereliction, and some historical sites were on the verge of being lost forever. But now, this previously forgotten part of Liverpool has been beginning to get the care and attention it needs to thrive, and this is only the beginning.

    So, is buy-to-let a good investment in north Liverpool? The Times has already highlighted this area’s massive potential as an investment target, calling this ‘Baltic Rectangle’ the best place to invest in property in the UK in 2024.

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      Liverpool Waters

      A major part of the area’s transformation will be the Liverpool Waters regeneration scheme. This sprawling project will completely transform the city’s northern docks and surrounding area with plans spanning 30 years. Planning permission for 60 hectares of land has been obtained, and the scheme has been estimated to cost £5 billion.

      The project will include Everton’s new stadium, Isle of Man Ferry terminal, the UK’s first public floating sauna, new homes, and new commercial spaces.

      As mentioned, one of the most noteworthy projects included in the Liverpool Waters scheme is the Bramley Moore Stadium, a massive development that will become the new home of Everton FC.

      Previous research has shown that areas with a Premier League stadium often experience sizable growth in property values that outpace the UK average, making them attractive places for investment.

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      Conserving Heritage

      Heritage buildings within the area are often being conserved and refurbished, becoming stylish residential and commercial spaces while not diminishing any original character. 

      This includes the huge success story of the opening of the Titanic Hotel, a key piece in the regeneration of the docklands. This former warehouse on Stanley Dock is a Grade II listed building, and it has been transformed into a stunning hotel that maintains the historic architecture, along with original windows and brickwork. This landmark development is credited with kicking off the Ten Streets revival and the independent businesses that started occupying the area’s dock buildings and warehouses.

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        Is Ten Streets the Next Baltic Triangle?

        Apart from a total revamp of the docklands and the new commercial opportunities it will bring, the Ten Streets district has also earned praise for its burgeoning arts and culture scene. This north Liverpool area has already become a destination for events, with exciting independent venues like Ten Streets Social and The Invisible Wind Factory making their mark on the cultural landscape.

        To diversify the area’s economy, the regeneration efforts are also focused on strengthening this nascent arts culture in north Liverpool. The Ten Streets regeneration project includes 125 acres and the potential to create 2500 new jobs in a new cultural enterprise industry hub. There are plans to build a theatre and music venue to allow spaces for cultural expression and performance. In keeping with the current creative makeup of Ten Streets, the team behind the regeneration plans hope to attract start-up businesses, artists, independent creatives and makers.

        There are also hopes to make Ten Streets more accessible in the future through investment in new rail connections, cycle infrastructure, and the widening of the A565.

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          Expanding Business District

          Liverpool’s business district is slowly expanding and spilling into the north Liverpool area. Not only is this good news for the district’s growth, but it’s also helping the area become an attractive residential spot for professionals working in Liverpool, with growing numbers living in buy-to-let property.

          This ballooning demand is reflected in the increasing number of new-build developments in the vicinity pegged to be let out to rent. Many of these exciting residential projects look set to change the face of Liverpool’s landscape, and one example of this is The Gateway. This massive residential scheme will be located on Leeds Street, consisting of 656 luxury apartments spread across four tower blocks. Liverpool World has already hailed the Gateway’s soon-to-be iconic architecture as an exciting and game-changing addition to Liverpool’s famous skyline.

          To learn more about UK buy-to-let hotspots, take a look at our area guides covering topics such as investment property available in Portsmouth and Cambridge investment properties.

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          Jessica Ferris

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