£6 billions regeneration plans of the Knowledge Quarter and Liverpool Waters.
Population stands at 893,000 in 2019 and continues to grow at an exponential rate.
There are over 70,000 students in Liverpool & the number continues to grow.
HIGHEST RENTAL YIELDS
Some of highest yields available, with 2/3 top postcodes in the country being in the city.
Property prices grew last year by 7.5%, the highest in the UK. (Source: YourMoney)
Easy access to Liverpool John Lennon Airport with efficient public transport options.
Liverpool found its fame in the early 18th century when the world’s first commercial wet dock was constructed. Not only is Liverpool famed for its huge contribution to the abolitionist movement, in addition to being the port of registry of the Titanic, it’s predominantly known for maritime trade across the globe. By the late 19th century, Albert Dock was one of the most advanced docks anywhere in the world and as a result, Liverpool’s waterfront is now a designated World Heritage Site.
19th century engineering in Liverpool had a significant impact on the expansion of the city’s population, thanks to the introduction of the world’s first passenger and overhead railways. Now, with a consistently increasing population of over 893,000, Liverpool continues to show signs of exponential promise and growth. Liverpool has many impressive statistics to its name, and boasts more museums, Grade II listed buildings and galleries than anywhere outside London.
AN EXPANDING CITY WITH EXCITING PROSPECTS
A regeneration plan of the Knowledge Quarter has been put into place by Liverpool City Council and will see a significant investment of £1 billion.
With a consistently growing population which has seen over 50% growth over the last decade, Liverpool continues to show promise and offers long-term benefits to millennials. With young people attracted to the city’s four universities, alongside Liverpool’s famous culture, amenities and easy access transport solutions, students and graduates alike are significantly increasing rental demands across Liverpool.
Liverpool recorded the second highest rate of growth experiences in the UK over the last year, second only to Manchester. Over this twelve-month period, Liverpool grew at 8% per annum, a percentage way above the national average.
The region is undergoing billions of pounds in regeneration to the city’s infrastructure, transport links and buildings. This project will provide at least 17,000 jobs which in turn will not only boost the economy but ensure that Liverpool continues to grow and develop as a city of culture and commerce.
A regeneration plan of Liverpool Waters has been submitted by Peel Holdings and will incur a huge investment of £6 billion.