Liverpool

Liverpool is the metropolitan administrative division of Merseyside, England. It lies on the eastern side of Mersey Estuary. In recent times the city has been transformed into the UK's leading business spot by an ambitious regeneration program. In Liverpool, £4 billion have been committed to investors’ confidence and physical regeneration. Liverpool has seen large growth in all sectors, both private and public, as compared to the rest of the United Kingdom.

 

Major private sector industry firms have also invested in Liverpool, especially in the financial sector, and are either opening or expanding their sites. For example, JPMorgan, Barclays and Alliance & Leicester. Many call centers have also popped up in recent years. Means of transportation such as ferries, transatlantic steamships, electric trains, municipal trams and helicopters are found in Liverpool. In the field of public health, purpose-built ambulance, slum clearance, X-ray medical diagnosis, motorized municipal fire-engine and cancer research centers all have originated in Liverpool.

 

Potentially profitable investment opportunities are coming up because of the changes in national and international perceptions regarding Liverpool. Investment in this city is becoming an increasingly attractive option as innovations are led for its shift towards a city with world class proportions. Property can be considered a long term investment option in Liverpool. There are city lofts to manage your property and to ensure that the tenant and landowner both are satisfied. By investing in property in Liverpool you can build a comfortable nest egg for retirement, either as a mortgage-free home in the cosmopolitan city or a good source of income for those who wish to stay where they are. Investors from all over Ireland and England have arrived on the property market.

 

Investment in Liverpool is encouraging because of schemes such as 'Liverpool vision' are helping to create a number of investment opportunities in the city. This focus on regeneration and business is even attracting students to Liverpool. The number of students has increased considerably and so has their accommodation facilities. Many investors have acquired cheap terraces in the last year which threatens to be a torrent of student property on the market. Many warehouse apartments are being built near Liverpool’s Chinatown, which is a serious development and is expected to lead to substantial price rises.

 

Unemployment in Liverpool is rapidly disappearing due to financial services and government jobs which are relocated to Liverpool. Liverpool also attracts a number of tourists as this city is packed with leisure outlets, art galleries and museums. Liverpool is the home to premier soccer teams Everton FC and Liverpool FC and the world famous horse race Aintree Grand National. The creative industries, culture and tourism will ensure sustainable development in coming years. The two big exposures this city has are the Halewood car plant to the south of the city - where they make Jaguar cars - and call centers moving to India.

 

Thus, foreign investment in Liverpool is continuing to be encouraging and supported. With all the favorable investment opportunities, Liverpool is surely one of the best destinations in which to invest.