New to Liverpool?

Liverpool is a thriving city in the North West of England that is constantly growing and expanding its horizons. It has been named one of the best places to live in the region for its exciting cultural calendar, future plans and family-friendly places to live.

The perfect city to live, work and play 

Liverpool is home to a range of museums and galleries, and a busy calendar of events and festivals that are internationally and nationally recognised. 

The city boasts several renowned theatres, including the Everyman and Playhouse, Royal Court and Liverpool Empire, as well as several cinemas and a thriving restaurant, bar and club scene catering to all tastes. 

Sports fans are well served with two Premier League football clubs, Liverpool FC, and Everton FC, as well as Aintree Racecourse, home of the Grand National, Liverpool Cricket Club and the Royal Liverpool Golf Club, which regularly hosts the Open Championship.

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, there are plenty of other shopping locations across the city centre and beyond, catering to all tastes and budgets. 

Travelling is made easy with a fantastic public transport network. All of our hospitals are well served by rail and bus links, with car parking available for those who drive. 

The city is also well served by air (Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Manchester Airport, offering both budget and long-haul flights), rail, coach, ferry and excellent motorway links offering easy access to the national parks, the Peak District, the Lake District, as well as to the coasts of Lancashire and North Wales.

Liverpool is one of the most affordable cities in the UK to live and work in, with rent and house prices lower compared to other major cities like London and Manchester. 

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 incredibly highly regarded across a variety of subjects and research specialisms. These are: 

Liverpool is a city on the cutting-edge of innovation. LUHFT is a founding partner of The Pandemic Institute, a global institute based in Liverpool which aims to accelerate the response to current and future pandemics, and works closely with the internationally-respected Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, which was founded in 1898 and was the first institution in the world dedicated to research and teaching in the field of tropical medicine.

With schemes and developments like Knowledge Quarter Liverpool, home to some of the world’s most influential players in science, health, technology, culture and education, Liverpool is also on the forefront of Health and Life Sciences and works in collaboration with universities to undertake specialist research.