This is Anfield – one of the most famous neighbourhoods in the world.

It is a neighbourhood which is being reborn through a regeneration framework which includes unique opportunities for retail, leisure and hospitality operators.

Building on the major transformation which has taken place, a new High Street, right next to Liverpool Football Club’s world famous stadium, is being developed along with an enhanced, pedestrian-friendly streetscape and new, high quality public realm.

Site location plan

There will be new retail space and opportunities for hospitality and food and drink operators. There will also be new working space for small enterprises interested in being based close to the stadium. New homes are being built and old homes refurbished with further opportunities in connection with the High Street renewal.

It is an ambitious regeneration scheme which offers unique opportunities for retail, leisure and hospitality operators.

LFC is building a new club shop which will act as a high value retail anchor for the High Street.

Plans for a new 150 – bed hotel and new commercial premises are on track to be built in the next three years.

There will also be a box park; an outdoor space for street food operators and small enterprises.

Together, these changes are creating a vibrant community for people to live, work, visit and do business. The partners behind the regeneration – Liverpool City Council, Your Housing Group, Liverpool FC and Keepmoat are now seeking expressions of interest from individuals and businesses which might wish to take advantage of these opportunities.

We are especially seeking retail and hospitality business owners and operators interested in taking up space on this revitalised High Street, with opportunities to both lease and buy property.

Please read on and think about how our vision for Anfield can be an opportunity for your business.

The comprehensive regeneration of Anfield to date has received overwhelming support from the local community, and the Partnership would want to continue and strengthen this relationship in developing the High Street retail, leisure and hospitality offer. The Partnership will work closely with prospective owners and operators to shape the High Street proposals, and engage with the local community through public consultation to ensure delivery of a scheme that is of benefit to the local community as a whole. This process will inform refined proposals to be submitted a future planning application.