The renaissance of Liverpool has been one of the great city success stories of the 21st century.
Liverpool is at the heart of an increasingly vibrant city region which is home to 1.5 million people.
The Liverpool City Region economy is now valued at £28.3 billion, with output increasing by 8.4% in the five years leading up to 2014.
In 2013 the region had the highest rate of net business creation of all core cities, including London.
The former European Capital of Culture is now the sixth most popular city in England for international visitors and seventh in England for domestic visitors, and has been ranked third in the Rough Guide’s Top 10 Cities in the World.
Visitor numbers continue to rise thanks to its UNESCO World Heritage Site waterfront and unparalleled cultural, sporting and leisure offer, with many of those coming choosing to visit Liverpool Football Club and Everton Football Club, which is just a short walk away from the Anfield High Street.
The city is currently undergoing some £11billion of regeneration, including a new Knowledge Quarter, new commercial space and significant development in the northern area of the city, close to Anfield, where plans are afoot to develop a new creative quarter called the 10 Streets.
There has also been significant development adjacent in the Great Homer Street area of the city, close to Anfield, including a new supermarket, High School, new facilities for the traditional market and new public realm.
Further opportunities for investment and business operation exist elsewhere in North Liverpool, including in the immediate vicinity of Anfield.