The perfect city to live, work and play

Liverpool is thriving city that is constantly growing and expanding its horizons. With stunning architecture, a wide range of things to do and a wealth of opportunities, people who move to Liverpool tend to stick around for quite a while.

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Crowd in the streets of Liverpool to see the Giants as the visit Liverpool


Liverpool plays host to a staggering number of museums galleries, many of which are free to enter. With a thriving cultural calendar, there is always something to do, both during the week and at weekends, and children will love the many cultural experiences on offer to them.


Liverpool is one of the most affordable cities in the UK to live and work in. Rent and house prices are lower compared to cities like London and Manchester and excellent public transport links means that getting out and about is cheaper than running a car.

A group of drummers doing a high energy performance outside to the metropolitan cathedral


It’s no surprise the city that gave us The Beatles is packed full of entertainment. Live music is always easy to find in Liverpool, as well as trendy bars and clubs that are open to the early morning. Liverpool is also home to a number of theatres, including The Liverpool Empire Theatre, the Royal Court Theatre and the Everyman and Playhouse theatres.


Everton Football Club (playing at Goodison Park) and Liverpool Football Club (at Anfield) are separated by just one mile and play in the world’s greatest football competition: The Barclays Premier League. Both clubs run stadium tours and club experiences and have official stores in the city.

Goodison Park with a crowd of Everton supporters on match day
A busy morning at Liverpool One shopping centre


At Liverpool ONE shopping centre you will find over 170 shops, bars and restaurants that will cater to your every need, as well as an exciting events programme that will offer endless entertainment, especially during holidays. If this isn’t enough for you, there are plenty of other shopping locations across the city centre and beyond, appealing to all tastes and budgets.


Providing an excellent education for all ages is a key priority in Liverpool. There is a large selection of primary and secondary schools to choose from, with many schools appearing high in national league tables.

Liverpool also has four universities that have been operating for many years and are highly regarded across a variety of subjects and research specialisms. These are:

University of Liverpool campus
birds-eye shot of the knowledge quarter in Liverpool


Liverpool is a city on the cutting-edge of innovation. Districts such as Knowledge Quarter Liverpool are paving the way with unique discoveries in science, health, technology, culture and education. Knowledge Quarter Liverpool is home to some of the world’s most dynamic and innovative organisations and developments, including the £1bn Paddington Village flagship expansion. Liverpool is also on the forefront of Health and Life Sciences and works in collaboration with universities to undertake specialist research with global applications.

The city also hosts the Hartree super computer, one of the biggest, fastest computers in the county, as well as one of the country’s main trans-Atlantic fibre optic cables, which carries internet traffic between the UK, North America and the rest of the world

Growth and ambition

Liverpool’s regeneration started when it was named the Capital of Culture in 2008 and hasn’t slowed down since. With £14 billion of developments in the pipeline, including the Liverpool Waters project, Everton FC’s new stadium, a new cruise terminal and much more, this is a perfect time to make Liverpool your home.

Image of some of the buildings in Liverpool Waters' Central Docks


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