Neighbourhood Watch: Gosforth, Newcastle

Neighbourhood Watch: Gosforth, Newcastle

Gosforth, Newcastle One of Newcastle’s most in-demand residential areas, Gosworth is a leafy area, boasting the best of North East England’s natural beauty, and its own Metro station. Culture Surrounded by a stunning display of nature, Gosworth is a popular area for relaxation. A top choice for the area is Lamai Thai Massage, known for

Neighbourhood Watch: Gosforth, Newcastle

Gosforth, Newcastle

One of Newcastle’s most in-demand residential areas, Gosworth is a leafy area, boasting the best of North East England’s natural beauty, and its own Metro station.

Culture

Lamai Thai Massage

Surrounded by a stunning display of nature, Gosworth is a popular area for relaxation. A top choice for the area is Lamai Thai Massage, known for their authentic Thai treatments including rehabilitation massages, amidst their tranquil surroundings.

Cuisine

The Brandling Arms

Gosworth has plenty of choice whether its Sunday lunch at Falcon’s Nest or The Brandling Arms, or culinary delight at San Lorenzo or New New Bengal. In general, country pubs are more popular, but the increasing arrival of young professionals has seen the arrival of many a seafood restaurants u addition to several artesian bakeries, plus Pizza Express and Pizza Hut.

Greenery

Half of the attraction to this neighbourhood, is its leafy appeal. Among its top attractions is Town Moor, a 400-acre patch of green space, with a bowling alley and equestrian centre, both a both away. The nearby Newcastle Racecourse boasts amazing views of a deer at dusk on the nature reserve, while the Little Moor, in the Gosworth Parish Church, churchyard is home to an array of chestnut trees, where children can enjoy the various conkers.

Retail

Gosforth Shopping Centre

Gosforth Shopping Centre offers the best of the high street brands, plus much more. With Sainsbury’s, Boots, WH Smith and branches of Virgin Money and Lloyds Bank, Gosforth Shopping Centre provides for the full range of convenience shopping and amenity.

Whether you’re popping in for a latte at Costa Coffee or indulging in a snack at the deli in Rosie’s Café, the centre offers a variety of venues to meet, catch up and grab a bite. A truly family location, young children can explore Captain Ted’s Kindergarten and Soft Play.

Final Note

Taking full advantage of Liverpool’s position within the Northern Powerhouse, Liverpool Waterfront is in the perfect position for residential, student and commercial property.

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Neighbourhood Watch: Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool

Neighbourhood Watch: Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool

Liverpool Waterfront Liverpool Waterfront is a host of history, culture, art music, cuisine with a spectacular riverside setting. Culture Diverse in its appeal, the waterfront offers a host of attractions from the world-class contemporary art at Tate Liverpool to the unparallel views across the waterfront through the Wheel of Liverpool. The fabulous mercantile architecture of

Neighbourhood Watch: Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool

Liverpool Waterfront

Liverpool Waterfront is a host of history, culture, art music, cuisine with a spectacular riverside setting.

Culture

Liver Building

Diverse in its appeal, the waterfront offers a host of attractions from the world-class contemporary art at Tate Liverpool to the unparallel views across the waterfront through the Wheel of Liverpool.

The fabulous mercantile architecture of the imposing Liver Building, is one of Liverpool Waterfront’s key attraction and Liverpool’s most iconic structures. The two Liver Birds are 18ft high with a wing span of 12ft, making them the biggest Liver Bird relics in Liverpool.

A beacon of creativity, Tate Liverpool is one of four major galleries which together hold more than 70,000 artworks. Located in The Royal Albert Dock, Tate Liverpool is a fascinating attraction and just minutes’ walk from ACC Liverpool.

As well as a fantastic museum, the Merseyside Maritime Museum is a treasure house of architectural and mechanical invention. It charts the industrial history of Liverpool docks, its shipbuilding heritage and its trade around the world.

The award-winning Museum of Liverpool reflects the city’s global significance, charting its unique geography, history and culture. Housed in an impressive new waterfront building, the museum allows visitors to explore how the port, its people, their creative and sporting history have shaped the city.

 

Transport

Merse Ferry

Liverpool’s world-famous ferry service is run by Mersey Ferries who take hundreds of thousands of people pit on the Mersey each year. Additionally, the company also operates a range of exciting and informative Liverpool attractions along the riverside as well as trips along the magnificent Manchester Ship Canal. Liverpool Waterfront also runs majestically along the River Mersey, including the canal link and a network of historic docks.

 

Regeneration

Liverpool Waters

Extending northwards from the Commercial Business District, home to the fastest regional economy outside of London, Liverpool Waters will see 60 hectares of historic dockland regenerated to create £5.5 billion world-class, high-quality, mixed use development.

The stunning waterfront location will provide over 1.5 million sq.m. of floorspace, attracting national and international attention, and encourage a significant increase in Liverpool’s cultural and business offer. The 30-year project is a key aspect of Peel Investments’ £50 billion ‘Ocean Gateway’ project to regenerate its land and assets fronting the Manchester Ship Canal and the River Mersey.

 

Education

Liverpool Science Park

A leader of global research, the Knowledge Quarter is home to the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Liverpool Science Park, The National Oceanographic Centre, Mersey Bio Incubator and RedX Pharma, as well as next-generation technologies incubated at the Liverpool Science Park. With over 120,000 sq. ft. of high-spec office and commercial laboratory accommodation, the Park is home to nano technologies, healthcare, information computer technology (ICT), biotechnology, research and development into the automotive industry, and specialist support services.

 

Final Note

Taking full advantage of Liverpool’s position within the Northern Powerhouse, Liverpool Waterfront is in the perfect position for residential, student and commercial property.

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Neighbourhood Watch: Knowledge Quarter, Liverpool

Neighbourhood Watch: Knowledge Quarter, Liverpool

Knowledge Quarter The thriving Knowledge Quarter, sandwiched between the bohemian Ropewalks and the athletic Everton area, is the vibrant hub of Liverpool’s world-famous cluster of bio-medical, research and science institutions. A beacon of education, the district is home to Liverpool’s powerhouse University campuses: University of Liverpool, Liverpool University teaching Hospital and Liverpool John Moores University,

Neighbourhood Watch: Knowledge Quarter, Liverpool

Knowledge Quarter

The thriving Knowledge Quarter, sandwiched between the bohemian Ropewalks and the athletic Everton area, is the vibrant hub of Liverpool’s world-famous cluster of bio-medical, research and science institutions. A beacon of education, the district is home to Liverpool’s powerhouse University campuses: University of Liverpool, Liverpool University teaching Hospital and Liverpool John Moores University, thriving in subjects from astrophysics to art.

Regeneration

The Spine

Set to become the heart of the Knowledge Quarter, Paddington Village is a vibrant community destination for both student and residential property with an international college, cancer treatment centre, powerplant and hotel. In addition, the key attraction will be a world-class building by the Royal College of Physicians called ‘The Spine’ with a staircase to resemble the human vertebrae.

With 1.8m sq. ft. of science, technology, education and health space earmarked for the eastern gateway of the city, Paddington Village will be developed in three phases: Paddington Central. Paddington South and Paddington North.

 

Culture

Fabric District

In the heart of Liverpool’s fashion industry its numerous industrial businesses including drapers, tailors and upholstery businesses, it comes as no surprise the creative minds of tomorrow are regulars in the Fabric District. Their presence has led to a 3-day international free arts festival from the fine arts to ceramics.

 

Transport

Lime Street Station

Fabric District borders Lime Street, giving the trendy neighbourhood efficient transport links to the city, and with the plans for HS2 in full effect, commuting up and down the country will be an easy task for those preferring the Liverpool atmosphere.

 

Education

Liverpool Science Park

A leader of global research, the Knowledge Quarter is home to the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Liverpool Science Park, The National Oceanographic Centre, Mersey Bio Incubator and RedX Pharma, as well as next-generation technologies incubated at the Liverpool Science Park. With over 120,000 sq. ft. of high-spec office and commercial laboratory accommodation, the Park is home to nano technologies, healthcare, information computer technology (ICT), biotechnology, research and development into the automotive industry, and specialist support services.

 

Innovation

Sensor City

Sensor City is the focal point for sensor technology for innovation and development in the UK. Sensor City is creating a dynamic and supportive community, providing entrepreneurs, SMEs and existing organisations with the facilities, business support and hands-on technical expertise they need to turn their innovations into commercially viable solutions.

The in-house laboratories offer the very latest in technology, some of which is not available anywhere else in the UK, making Sensor City a truly unique destination for sensor-related research and development.

 

Science

Accelerator

Accelerator is a £25m collaboration between the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospital Trust and Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine supporting businesses through collaboration, innovation and investment.

With state-of-the-art laboratories including category 3 labs, insectaries, offices, collaboration zones, meeting rooms and cafeteria, Accelerator supports the commercialisation of health and life science research and allows knowledge transfer between business leaders, clinical colleagues, key opinion leaders and academics.

 

Final Note

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Neighbourhood Watch: Ropewalks, Liverpool

Neighbourhood Watch: Ropewalks, Liverpool

Ropewalks   Named after the 19th century dominating industry of crafting ropes for the sailor ships, Ropewalks is at the heart of Liverpool’s independent scene, bursting with art, music, culture and home to places including Bold Street and The Bombed Out Church. Voted one of the hippest places to live- beating out the trendy Baltic

Neighbourhood Watch: Ropewalks, Liverpool

Ropewalks  

Named after the 19th century dominating industry of crafting ropes for the sailor ships, Ropewalks is at the heart of Liverpool’s independent scene, bursting with art, music, culture and home to places including Bold Street and The Bombed Out Church. Voted one of the hippest places to live- beating out the trendy Baltic Triangle area, the array of restaurants, bars and thriving bars keep the neighbourhood electric from day to night.

Retail

Bold Street

Voted by Lonely Planet as one of the best shopping streets in the UK, Bold Street is one of Ropewalk’s main attractions, keeping Liverpool as a top European destination. Packed with independent shops, restaurants and cafes, Bold Street is home to everything from world foods to records to please ever type of shopper.

Leaf

The food on offer varies from street food delights at Peruvian Chicha to world foods at Mattas. Paired with sweet tooth’s dream, Bold Street Sweets and loose-leaf tea house LEAF, Bold Street offers a culinary delight for every occasion.

Living up to Lonely Planet’s recommendation, News from Nowhere and Rennies Art Gallery provide a eclectic dose of culture to the bustling shopping destination.

Culture

Bluecoat

Bluecoat, a Grade I listed 300-year-old building in the heart of Liverpool’s city centre, is home a year-round supply of visual art, literature, music, dance and live art. Alongside the vast supply of culture, Bluecoat is also has a café, restaurant and additionally Bluecoat is home to a wide range of independent shops from jewellery to ceramics at the internationally recognised Bluecoat Display Centre.

FACT

Around the corner from Bold Street, FACT, the UK’s leading gallery showcasing everything in film, video and new media. Exhibitions at FACT are developed by a range of international artists working with everything from prosthetic hands to video games. Past exhibitions have included Shia LaBeouf answering people’s phone calls. FACT is also home to a cinema showing all the latest blockbusters and independent films, a bar and The Garden café.

St Luke’s Church, known locally as The Bombed Church, is Ropewalks’ most famous landmark. Missing its roof due as a result of World War Two, the church now hosts many different events from local markets to gigs and weddings.

Nightlife

Cafe Tabac, Liverpool

Ropewalks is Liverpool’s highlight for nightlife, known for the assortment of options. Where it’s a quiet Saturday afternoon drink or a wild night out, Ropewalks has a bar for every social event.

Hebbie Jeebies, Kazimier Gardens and Pogue Mahones are perfect for a relaxing drink while Café Tabac embodies nostalgia to match their cocktails and red wine collection. Located at the very top of Bold Street, Cafe Tabac is an effortlessly cool, velvet encased, candle lit bar with an eclectic hip hop soundtrack. The closest to a continental experience you’ll get in the city, this neon lit establishment is reminiscent of the Nouvelle Vague period, transporting you to a smoke-filled cafe in 60s Paris.

Transport

Liverpool Central Station

The icing on the cake of Ropewalk is its ability to get around the area, thanks to Merseyrail’s Central Station. Merseyrail are one of the top performing rail operators in the country services customers every 15-30 minutes to 68 stations across the region.

Final Note

The home of Liverpool’s independent scene, Ropewalks is a highlight for students, professionals and tourists. Offering everything from an exciting shopping scene to a booming nightlife Ropewalks is an amazing opportunity for residential, commercial, hotel and student property investment.

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Neighbourhood Watch: The Baltic Triangle, Liverpool

Neighbourhood Watch: The Baltic Triangle, Liverpool

The Baltic Triangle, Liverpool Once a derelict area of warehouses and factories, The Baltic Triangle has evolved into a Creative & Digital hub of Liverpool. Voted “the coolest place to live in the UK”, the trendiest area in Liverpool is a hotspot area for creative entrepreneurs thriving with innovation and excitement from day to night.

Neighbourhood Watch: The Baltic Triangle, Liverpool

The Baltic Triangle, Liverpool

Once a derelict area of warehouses and factories, The Baltic Triangle has evolved into a Creative & Digital hub of Liverpool. Voted “the coolest place to live in the UK”, the trendiest area in Liverpool is a hotspot area for creative entrepreneurs thriving with innovation and excitement from day to night.

Retail

Lost Art

Home to the independent market of the self-established creative quarter, Baltic Triangle is home to an array of up and coming creative talent. Lost Art, a skateboarding shop with a strong sense of community offers a fantastic knowledge of the sport and attire for those who wish to dress like one.

Red Brick Vintage

Additionally, in Cains Brewery Village, Red Brick Vintage is a journey to the past via an assortment of vintage clothes, furniture and art. A short stroll is Red Brick Hangar, the North West’s answer to London’s Camden Market. Offering independent stalls and businesses from boutique designers to tattooists, the creative energy flowing through the market is almost infectious with innovation.

Cuisine

The Baltic Social

While Baltic Triangle was once associated with its factories dating back to the 19th century, the regenerated area is now home to trendy bars, cool independent shops and stylish eateries.

A city favourite is The Baltic Social. An icon for socialising renowned for the high-quality craft beer, food and live music, the punk-infused venue is described a hipster’s homeland. The delicious dishes including chickpea fritters and sweet potato sticks wrapped in smoked bacon make the perfect meal for the various music events The Baltic Social hosts throughout the year.

Camp and Furnace

The superstar factor of the Baltic Triangle is the Camp and Furnace. Ranking Number 2 in The Times’ 20 Coolest Restaurants in Britain, Camp and Furnace is an old industrial space transformed into one of Liverpool’s most thriving independent venues. Offering log fires, vintage caravans, bare bulbs, lobster and street food, it’s a fantastic place to eat, enjoy sport or a night on the town.

Transport

Citybike Liverpool

Baltic Triangle’s popularity has led Liverpool council to expand the public transport infrastructure. In 2018, Liverpool opened the 100th city bike docking station within the Titanic Hotel’s car park in the World Heritage listed Stanley Dock. Additionally, the CityLink bus service stop throughout the area.

Tourism

Image: Threshold Festival (hyperlinked: https://thresholdfestival.co.uk/)

Threshold Festival

Voted as one of the top European cities, Liverpool boasts a high amount of tourism for its thriving cultural scenes thanks to The Beatles, The Tate Modern and Liverpool Football Club.  Now one of the most cutting-edge places in the UK, millions are flocking to Baltic Triangle to experience events including Homotopia, Threshold Festival and Sound City In preparation for the ever rising position the neighbourhood has, Epic Hotel will be arriving in 2020 to accommodate the rising numbers of tourism.

Final Note

The Baltic Triangle is a historic area that is the regeneration hotspot of Liverpool. With new life being breathed into the neighbourhood, Baltic Triangle is being dubbed ‘Liverpool’s answer to New York’s Meat-Packing District’. With over 50% of Liverpool’s population are young professionals drawn for the lifestyle of the Baltic Triangle. In the centre of the Northern Powerhouse Initiative, now is the time to invest in Liverpool’s thriving district for residential and commercial property.

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The rise of the DINK

The rise of the DINK

In 2019, there are more child free adults than ever before. While, for those born in 1946, only 9% had no children at the age of 45, whereas for women born in 1970, this figure has risen to 17%. A US study discovered that 1 in 5 women enter menopause without children. Additionally, birth rates

The rise of the DINK

In 2019, there are more child free adults than ever before. While, for those born in 1946, only 9% had no children at the age of 45, whereas for women born in 1970, this figure has risen to 17%. A US study discovered that 1 in 5 women enter menopause without children. Additionally, birth rates among women in their twenties declined by 15% between 2007 and 2012.

The reasons why so many couples adopt a Dual Income, No Kids lifestyle, commonly known as DINK, is varied. For some the financial burden of raising a child is more trouble than its deemed worth and for others, it means sacrifices to lifestyle and career aspirations. Without the responsibility of children to cater to, the rise of DINK, the demands for property are not what they were for young professionals of Baby Boomers and Generation X.

What DINK mean for the property market?

Imperial Square, Luton

ONS figures showed that in 2017 the proportion of women never having children has doubled in generation.

Leisure & Amenity

Infinity Towers, Liverpool

Young professionals today are interested the trendy new neighbourhoods. Without the pressure to consider a property’s proximity to schools and day-care the focus for many tenants now is convenience. After working all day, and in some instances earning from a second job, the Millennial generation are interested in homes which offer closeness to shops and travel links.

Work Life Balance

The Tannery, London

In 2019, the UK is more career driven than ever before. A booming economy mixed with the impending launch of HS2 and mass regeneration schemes, means over 250,000 jobs are being launched in the UK by 2030. As a result of this, generation rent is drawn to city centre properties to stay in the heart of their working life.

Student Housing Demand

Marvel House, Plymouth

In 2018, 2.3 million students were recorded to be in higher education. Entrepreneur reported that 24% intend for pay for higher education via savings and 38% plan to work during their university studies. Higher education is at an all time high since the launch of the postgraduate government student loan. As more students stay in education for longer to gain qualifications such as an MBA and PhD, often via part-time study, instead of starting families the demand for student housing will increase.

Luxury Lifestyles

Hadrian’s Tower, Newcastle

Without adhering to the practicalities of raising children, tenants are desiring homes to suit their personalities and lifestyles. For example, 2019 saw an increase in properties with pools and audio door entry systems. Favouring state-of-the-art design specifications including private lounges, the demand for luxury property is increasing across the country.

Travel Pursuits

Epic Hotel, Liverpool

A chief reason, many adopt a DINK lifestyle is the sizeable disposable income, which can be used for travel. The rise of the staycation, has seen a dramatic increase in domestic holidays. As cities within the Northern Powerhouse gain regeneration, the rise in UK’s tourism to serene areas will benefit from the child-free movement.

Entrepreneurship

The Bridge, Kirkcaldy

Among Generation Z, working to suit your lifestyle is a priority. Entrepreneur announced 41% of Generation Z intend to start their own businesses instead of continuing the Millennial trend of side jobs. The rise is e-learning opportunities focusing on creative arts and business is predicted to be worth four times more than the higher education market. As a result of this, the demand for office space will increase.

Old Age

Bryn Illtyd Ltd, Wales

Without the comfort of having children to take care of them in old age, DINK jetsetters will be desiring Care Homes in the future.

Final Note

As the economic climate changes, the demands for property respectively alters. With more favouring an enjoyable lifestyle and the financial benefits that come along, the demand for family friendly property has seen a sharp reduction.

 

 

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The Rise of the Staycation

The Rise of the Staycation

Long Live the British Holiday Ayia Napa or Robin Hood’s Bay this summer? As the temperatures rise in the run-up to summer’s arrival, the annual summer holiday planning for many a Brit is taking place. The regular beach destinations including Mykonos (Greece), Lanzarote (Canary Islands), Menorca (Spain) and Algarve (Portugal) have long been favoured for

The Rise of the Staycation

Long Live the British Holiday

Ayia Napa or Robin Hood’s Bay this summer?

staycation, aiya napa, domestic tourism, summer holiday, destination holiday,

Aiya Napa

As the temperatures rise in the run-up to summer’s arrival, the annual summer holiday planning for many a Brit is taking place. The regular beach destinations including Mykonos (Greece), Lanzarote (Canary Islands), Menorca (Spain) and Algarve (Portugal) have long been favoured for their serene ambience, cultural atmosphere and performance as an escape from the grind of daily life. The beauty of Cornwall’s Talland Bay and Wales’  Llanddwyn Island, has worn away the allure of Europe, in favour of a staycation. At the same time, those of us who prefer skiing on Christmas Eve, to relaxing at home, are trading La Plagne and Livigno for Glenshee and Manchester. Data from the Great British Staycation, revealed that in 2018, 52% of 25-34-year olds took holidays within the UK for tourist attractions and financial benefits.

Robin's Hood Bay, staycation, domestic tourism, hotel property,

Robin Hood’s Bay

With the looming presence of Brexit, the magnetism of British soil is leading many holiday goers to forfeit the passport stamps in favour of domestic tourism. With the decline of the pound’s value on the global market and the impending costs of VISAs to travel within Europe, the UK has become a holiday hotspot. Tourism and marketing expert Dr Sheila Malone of Lancaster University said there had been a noticeable movement in trends following the Brexit referendum. She told Sky News: “That seemed to trigger a different kind of consumer sentiment in terms of spending – a little bit more cautious, looking for a bit more security in how they (British holidaymakers) are spending their money.”

What does this mean for the tourism industry?

Trafford Hall Hotel, Old Trafford, Manchester, Hotel Property, Domestic Tourism,

Trafford Hall Hotel, Manchester

The increase in domestic travel over overseas trips, while initially was driven by the rising costs, has become a trend, holiday goers and travellers desiring multiple short breaks throughout a year, no necessity for travel insurance, last minute holidays and reasonably priced packages. Additionally, as the pound has weakened international tourism has increased, making the UK a hotspot travel destination both nationally and across the globe. Locations such as Manchester draw consumers from all walk of life including sport and theatre.

Hotel Property

The rise in staycations stands to benefit the UK tourism industry, expected to be worth £257 billion by 2025. The hotel industry reached a total turnover of £98bn in 2017 proves the demand for quality hotels in the UK is higher than ever before.

Epic Hotel, Hotel, Liverpool, Hotel Property, Domestic Property,

Epic Hotel, Liverpool

Most popular in London & Blackpool, Hotel Property is a smart method of property investment, given the lower entry cost compared to residential property and student property. It’s an ideal method to invest in the British economy and support an industry with rapid growth. As a hands-off management investment, the hotel property is a passive income and as most investment deals offer to buy back in year 5, it’s an intelligent short-term investment.

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5 Reasons to Invest in Liverpool

5 Reasons to Invest in Liverpool

The Pool of Life Liverpool, the northern city of culture is thriving by the minute. Home to numerous higher educational institutions, a beautiful sky view and Liverpool FC’s the Reds, Liverpool continues to grow in population, from young professionals, students and businesses setting up in the northern city. With its thriving economy, Liverpool is a

5 Reasons to Invest in Liverpool

The Pool of Life

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Liverpool, the northern city of culture is thriving by the minute. Home to numerous higher educational institutions, a beautiful sky view and Liverpool FC’s the Reds, Liverpool continues to grow in population, from young professionals, students and businesses setting up in the northern city. With its thriving economy, Liverpool is a fantastic city to invest in, boasting one of the highest rental yields in the country.  We’ve picked out our top investments in the city.

Natex

  • 9% NET rental return for 5 years
  • Prices from £67,500
  • Completion: Q3 2020
  • 566 units in 2 blocks: 472 clusters and 94 studio apartments
  • Central Liverpool location
  • Close proximity to 6 universities, 2 train stations, and 1 major shopping centre
  • Includes a resident’s café and game room

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fabric Village 

  • Prices from £98,500
  • Estimated 7% rental yield for 3 years
  • 449 studio apartments, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartments
  • Completion: Q4 2019
  • Leasehold: 250 years
  • Located in Knowledge Quarter
  • Within 10 minutes to Liverpool One Shopping Centre, Liverpool Waters and Lime Street Station

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AURA 

  • En suite from £62,950
  • Studios from £77,950
  • 8% NET yields assured for 5 years
  • Leasehold: 250 years
  • Completion: Q3 2020
  • 702 cluster en-suite rooms and 305 studios.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Rise 

  • Prices from £67,400
  • 7% NET rental yields guaranteed for 5 years
  • Completion: Q3 2019 (student) Completion: Dec 2019-Q1 2020 (residential)
  • Leasehold: 250 years
  • Located in the progressive Knowledge Quarter

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Tannery 

  • 6% NET return for 3 years
  • 5% interest on deposited funds
  • Prices from £85,000
  • 381 studio apartments, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartments
  • Leasehold: 250 years
  • Ground Rent: £300
  • Completion: Q3 2019 (Block C), Q2 2020 (Block B)
  • Central Liverpool location

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Why everyone will want to live in the Fabric District…

Why everyone will want to live in the Fabric District…

Once the stomping ground for the industrial sector to make ends meet, the Fabric District, the end result of Liverpool’s thriving regeneration is now one of the trendiest neighbourhoods in Liverpool. Home to larger than life fabric and haberdashery, Abakan’s and Try & Lily, a family firm known for police hat manufacturing, the up and

Why everyone will want to live in the Fabric District…

Once the stomping ground for the industrial sector to make ends meet, the Fabric District, the end result of Liverpool’s thriving regeneration is now one of the trendiest neighbourhoods in Liverpool. Home to larger than life fabric and haberdashery, Abakan’s and Try & Lily, a family firm known for police hat manufacturing, the up and coming neighbourhood is welcoming innovation from the fashion crowd.

  1. Money, Money, Money.

Knowledge Quarter

Fabric District lives within the Knowledge Quarter which will enjoy the mass £1 billion investment benefits. Businesses are so invested in the opportunities of Fabric District they are being waitlisted to relocate here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Cultural epicentre

Try & Lilly Ltd

In the heart of Liverpool’s fashion industry is numerous industrial businesses including drapers, tailors and upholstery businesses, it comes as no surprise the creative minds of tomorrow are regulars in the Fabric District. Their presence has led to a 3-day international free arts festival from the fine arts to ceramics.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Intellectually Located

Liverpool Hope University

Liverpool is home to three universities including Liverpool Hope University, teacher training college, Edge Hill University and drama school, Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts. Located in close proximity to all of these educational institutions makes Fabric District ideal for student accommodation and residential property.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Commutability

Fabric District borders Lime Street, giving the trendy neighbourhood efficient transport links to the city, and with the plans for HS2 in full effect, commuting up and down the country will be an easy task for those preferring the Liverpool atmosphere.

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Final Note

Nicknamed the capital of culture, Liverpool is proving to be a metropolitan city, with something to accommodate everyone. The rising economy, mass regeneration and emerging transport links make Fabric District one of the most demanding place for property in the country. Now is the time to invest in the future of the country, the future of education, employment and most importantly, property.

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Features of Liverpool

Features of Liverpool

Liverpool is recognised as one of the UK’s major cities that has been home to some of the country’s most innovative industrial and cultural phenomena since the city was founded in 1207. Here are the defining features of Liverpool that cement its place as one of the UK’s best and most important cities. Liverpool was

Features of Liverpool

Liverpool is recognised as one of the UK’s major cities that has been home to some of the country’s most innovative industrial and cultural phenomena since the city was founded in 1207. Here are the defining features of Liverpool that cement its place as one of the UK’s best and most important cities.

Liverpool was the 2nd largest city of the British Empire after London and possessed the world’s largest harbour.

Founded in 1207 by King John, the city of Liverpool started as a borough comprised of only 7 streets. It’s a fact that the harbour was used to collect and deliver goods from all over the world including tobacco, fabrics, cotton and other raw materials.

Liverpool’s waterfront is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

This achievement was granted in 2004 by UNESCO to greater recognise the commercial port at the time when Britain was at its most influential in world affairs. The World Heritage Site runs through the Albert Dock and the docking complex and warehouses comprises the largest single collection of Grade A listed buildings anywhere in the UK.

Liverpool was the 1st English city to be awarded the European Capital of Culture in 2008.

This award is given every calendar year to a city to recognise its historical and cultural importance across Europe. Media coverage of Liverpool’s cultural attractions doubled during this time and generated £753.8m for the economy.

It’s the home of the Beatles!

It’s impossible to talk about Liverpool without mentioning the biggest phenomenon in music history. Known as the Fab Four, The Beatles are credited with changing the face of popular music and the fact that they are still to date the best-selling music artists of all time cements their legacy in Liverpool folklore.

It is the most successful footballing city in England.

England is known as a football crazy country, and nowhere is this truer than in Liverpool. Between Liverpool FC and Everton, the city has 27 League Championships, 5 European Cups, 11 FA Cups, 3 UEFA Cups, 6 League Cups and one Cup Winners Cup to its name. Both compete regularly in the Premier League and it’s a well-known fact that the Merseyside derby is known as one of the fiercest rivalries in English football.

Tourists bring £3.6 million of revenue to the city each year.

Liverpool is a hotbed of tourist attractions and the cities tourism industry employs around 50,000 people. The history and legacy of the Beatles, several art galleries, a fascinating maritime history and superb entertainment venues such as the famous Cavern Club are the main reasons why tourists find Liverpool such a great city to visit.

It had the world’s first ever passenger railway line.

In 1830, the railway opened which linked the North Western cities of Liverpool and Manchester. This was to provide faster shipping of raw materials between the port of Liverpool and mills of Manchester. The fact is it was the first of its kind and came complete with a timetable showed the cities great technological enhancements.

It has more museums and galleries than anywhere else outside London.

Liverpool has one of the most impressive collections of museums in Europe. The Museum of Liverpool was the 1st UK museum dedicated to the history of a city. The Albert Dock often houses many more museums, such as the Merseyside Maritime Museum and International Slavery Museum where more can be learned about the heritage of Liverpool as a port city. Tate Liverpool is the cities most renowned art gallery, featuring famous works by the likes of Tracey Emin all the way back to Picasso.

It is home to the largest cathedral in the UK and the 5th largest in the world.

The Anglican Cathedral was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott in 1904. It has a monster bell known as “Great George” which weighs 15 tons, eclipsing even Big Ben in terms of size!

Some of your favourite films have been shot there!

Liverpool has had hundreds of successful films shot there and it’s a fact the city is recognised for having a superb filming industry. The Hunt for Red October, Sherlock Holmes, Captain America, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, The Dark Knight and Fantastic Beasts to name a few have all been films in which Liverpool was used for filming. Interestingly, Liverpool has also doubled for other major European cities, such as Moscow, Dublin, Paris and Venice.

The Grand National takes place there every year.

The world’s most famous horserace is watched by approximately 600 million viewers at home and attended by thousands of punters in Aintree. The Grand National is one of the biggest yearly attractions that Liverpool has to offer.

Liverpool is a city brimming with history and character and one of the few places in the UK outside of London that can claim to be a truly international city. Tourists from across the world flock there every year and delight at taking in the cultural and historical attractions it has to offer.

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