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Leisure-led Merseyside developments tipped for property investment

Many property pundits have been espousing the benefits of investing in the North West to take advantage of low buy-in costs and high yields. Manchester has taken many of the plaudits in past decades, but Merseyside is now coming to the fore with demand driven by the numerous large-scale infrastructure developments taking place here.

Liverpool had a difficult post-war period, but has been on an upward trajectory since being selected as the European Capital of Culture in 2008. The city has caught the eye of many investors in recent years with its diverse range of investment options available. 

Baltic Triangle, Liverpool
Baltic Triangle, Liverpool

The city’s population increased 5.5% between the census of 2001 and the last one of 2011, and is due to pass the 500,000 residents mark this year, reversing the trend of the previous five decades of decline. The city region population is almost double that, at 920,000, making it the 5th largest metropolitan area in the country…

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