A thriving city with greater possibilities — a definition befitting Liverpool city. As one of the key regions of the Northern Powerhouse, Liverpool’s economic and population growth are among the key aspects that drive the city.
The city was voted “The UK’s Buy-To-Let Hotspot” for property investment returns and capital growth. This is no surprise as Liverpool is UK’s second largest regional economy, with access to 6 million customers — an economy comprising 252, 000 businesses and worth more than £121bn.
By 2023, the number of people visiting, living and working in Liverpool’s city centre will have grown by 25% over just four years, making it an ideal location for those wanting to invest outside of London.
A significant factor that has further thrust Liverpool’s economy forward is the Knowledge Quarter, a £2bn vision to establish the city as one of the world’s leading districts for science, technology, innovation and education.
With the proposed High Speed 2 (HS2), travel time to London (2 hours) and other major cities will be significantly reduced, providing Liverpudlians an easy-breezy commute.