With a growing population, a thriving economy and a buoyant housing market, combined make Liverpool an ideal environment for opportunity, making it one of the best places in the UK for property investment.
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£5.5 billion regeneration of a mixed-use waterfront quarter of residential homes and office space in central Liverpool to benefit Liverpool city centre and North Liverpool’s infrastructure.
£2 billion of investment to close the economic gap with London by creating and promoting the innovative industries that operate within the Knowledge Quarter.
Connecting Liverpool Waters and the commercial district of Liverpool city centre. Upgrades to the area are already underway with improvements to roads and public transport service, to provide connectivity to Liverpool Waters.
£1 billion expansion site over 30 acres, situated at the Eastern Gateway to the city centre and is an urban village inspired by Greenwich Village in New York City, incorporating 1.8 million square feet of science, technology, education and health space,being developed in three phases, Paddington Central which is already underway, Paddington South and Paddington North.
Situated between Mount Pleasant, Copperas Hill and Lime Street Station, on a scale equivalent to London’s Kings Cross and will be transformed into a vibrant part of the city of Liverpool, featuring shops, offices, galleries, bars, restaurants, gyms and university space. The new commercial space for tech and digital businesses, alongside modern education space.
The rebranding of Islington, the industrial area between London Road and New Islington, that will benefit from significant transformation, creating vibrant area of the city. Fabric District will encompass daytime and night time economies catering for the Knowledge Quarter, expanding the City Centre offering, connecting the Knowledge Quarter with the residential areas of North Liverpool.
Over £550 million has been invested in regenerating Liverpool’s World Heritage listed waterfront since 2000, providing a state-of-the-art arena, convention and exhibition centre, new hotels, Grade A office space, temporary cruise liner terminal, canal, Mersey Ferries terminal,museums, apartments, restaurants and bars.
HS2 is a massive investment in transport infrastructure. Phase 1 will run from London to Birmingham, with Liverpool being connected via the existing rail network and then enhanced by Phase 2. London to Liverpool Lime Street will take just 1 hour 34 minutes, saving 38 minutes. This is the largest infrastructure project in the region.
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There is a constant demand from renters for city-centre locations in Manchester, which is one of the many reasons it has fast become an excellent place for property investors. You can find some of Manchester's biggest regeneration schemes here, such as NOMA and Spinningfields. The population in the city centre is largely made up of young professional and students, making it a great hub for landlords wanting a prime tenant demographic. Zoopla (June 2020) states the current average price paid for a property in Manchester City Centre is £211,791 and in the last five years prices have increased by circa £45,000 (25.5%)
Located a stones throw away from Manchester City Centre (4km) is an area with many ongoing and upcoming regeneration projects, Trafford. This includes one of the city's most interesting and valuable regeneration projects, the Intu Trafford Centre. This is the second latest retail park in the UK and attracts circa 35 million visitors a year. Furthermore, the Trafford area attracts a large number of young professionals which makes it another popular investment spot within Manchester. There are more regeneration plans in the pipeline, set to boost housing, education, leisure and retails facilities in the area. According to Rightmove, the average price for a flat is £196,925 and prices are up 8% on the previous year.
This investment has lead to huge growth with Salford's population forecast to grow by 13.7% by 2036, nearly twice the Greater Manchester average of 7% (Manchester City Council, 2017) and is also forecast to see the highest level of economic growth in Greater Manchester with an increase in GVA of 52.9% by 2036.
This has drawn investors to capitalise on the demand for high-quality properties such as Regent Plaza with young, highly-skilled professionals flocking to the area.
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