New Liverpool City Centre District Could See The Creation of 7,000 New Jobs

01/07/19   Liverpool City Council is to launch a public consultation on an area it is calling ‘Upper Central’ which will create a new gateway linking the retail district with the £2bn Knowledge Quarter. Tony McDonough reports – A new masterplan to link Liverpool’s main city centre retail area with the emerging £2bn Knowledge Quarter […]

Review Of The Hotel Market: Strong Investor Interest Across UK

28/06/19   Specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co provides an overview of the hotel market in the first half of 2019, reflecting on previous predictions, emerging trends and challenges facing the sector.   Market landscape Transaction values to date in 2019 have been led by portfolio deals, including the £1 billion sale of four […]

The Hidden Treasures Of Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle

The Baltic has never been so busy nor popular as 2019 brings about even more renovations, regenerations and concept stores to the Jamaica Street area. Once full of industrial type warehouses and workshops, the Baltic has flourished thanks to creative, artistic entrepreneurs who saw potential in the derelict spaces which are now full of live, […]

Liverpool Sets Out £50m Investment Strategy

10/05/19 Liverpool City Council’s cabinet will next week be asked to approve the city’s proposed Commercial Property Investment Fund plan, aiming to invest an initial £50m in rent-generating property. Of that first £50m, 50% is to come from Public Works Loan Board borrowing, and the other 50% from capital receipts. The strategy, as set out […]

Where Should You Invest?

23/04/19 In the age of inflation and an uncertain economy, ‘money saved is money earned’ no longer holds true. You need to make your savings work as hard as you do. With dismal interest rates and an unpredictable political climate, there is no point in parking your savings in a bank account.  To beat inflation […]

Blockbuster Exhibitions See Liverpool’s Figures Soar

03/04/19 IN FIGURES RELEASED TODAY IT WAS REVEALED THAT LIVERPOOL’S WORLD MUSEUM WAS THE MOST VISITED MUSEUM IN ENGLAND, OUTSIDE OF LONDON, IN 2018. • World Museum is England’s most visited museum outside London in 2018 • Of England’s top four museums outside London THREE are in Liverpool • National Museums Liverpool welcomed 4,114,135 visitors […]

Property Investors From Around The World Buying In The UK Thanks To Brexit

20/03/19 Well off property investors from around the world are not put off buying property in the UK because of Brexit, new research suggests. Indeed some 85% are currently investing in British property with one in four saying they are doing so because of Brexit, a global survey for UK property developer Seven Capital has […]

HMRC: Re-establishing a Liverpool landmark for growth

18/03/19 Built from 1924-32, Liverpool’s India Buildings impacted on the city centre with its scale, architectural importance and significance as a commercial space. As a £40 million refurbishment paves the way for HMRC’s arrival, Move Commercial looks at how the landmark’s prominence is being re-established, with expectations of wider business district growth. A “shot in […]

Liverpool Is Named As A Leading UK Hotspot For Hotel Investment

04/03/19 Using indicators such as occupancy and revenue-per-room the Colliers’ UK Hotel Market Index ranked Liverpool third out of 34 cities behind only Edinburgh and Belfast.  Liverpool is now a UK hotspot for hotel investment with a new index putting it in the top three UK cities thanks  to rising room occupancy and revenue-per-room (RevPar). On Monday, property […]

‘Liverpool’s Banksy’ Paul Curtis Reveals New Abbey Road Artwork in Baltic Triangle

25/02/19 A new mural has been revealed in Liverpool by the same artist who created the ‘Liverbird wings’ in the Baltic Triangle and other Liverpool artworks. Paul Curtis , who is known as ‘Liverpool’s answer to Banksy’ was commissioned to do the artwork be The Beatles Story , to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Abbey Road album. The […]

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