A vibrant City Region brimming with individuality, style and great humour as well as a strong sense of community.
Internationally renowned for our vibrant culture, open green spaces and great lifestyle as well as dynamic economy, Liverpool City Region is a sought-after destinations for visitors, students and those wanting a high quality of life and great career options.
It might be our iconic skyline and grand architecture, The Beatles history and sporting legends that draws people here but it is the warmth of our people that ensures they stay.
International airports in 45 min drive time, 260 destinations
By train to London
Drive time to the majority of UK cities
Royal Links golf courses and more Open Championship golf courses
An exciting place to be
Liverpool is second only to London for the number of museums, theatres, galleries and grade 2 listed heritage buildings including the Royal Albert Dock home to Tate Liverpool. The wider City Region boats the new Shakespeare North Playhouse as well as Eureka! Science + Discovery a dedicated science & discovery centre created just for young children.
From Rembrandt to Banksy, major cultural events to street art, historical walking guides to Beatles bus tours there’s something for everyone to enjoy at every turn.
With two giants of football in Liverpool FC and Everton FC, two famous rugby clubs, St. Helens R.F.C and Widnes Vikings and internationally renowned Championship golf courses and of course the world-famous Grand National, Aintree, we are a magnet for those that love sport and outdoor leisure.
Nightlife is big here too, with over 300 restaurants in Liverpool city centre with both major brands and exciting independents, as well as quality dining right across the City Region.
As a UNESCO City of Music and of course birthplace of The Beatles and the Cavern Liverpool also has a vibrant live music scene from intimate jazz venues to major arenas as well as the UK’s oldest continuing professional symphony, The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
It is also home to some of the UK’s biggest club nights in the shape of Cream, Circus and Chibuku and a diverse festivals programme throughout the summer months.
Shopping is also high on the list of attractions with the innovative open air Liverpool ONE retail and leisure complex at the heart of the City’s shopping offer alongside plenty of independent retailers giving shoppers great choice.
More museums, theatres and galleries than any UK city outside of London
Miles of coastline, beaches and countryside minutes from the city
A UNESCO City of Music
One of the UK’s most affordable places to live
“Being able to attract talent is a big factor too. We’ve relocated some members of the team from across the UK and the EU, and the city played a role in us being able to attract them. Liverpool is such a vibrant, cultural and cosmopolitan city with affordable housing, where our people can easily feel welcome and at home. There’s a buzz around Liverpool and it’s so cool to be part of that.”
Alison Lacy, Location Manager, Avalanche Studios
Great place to live and study
The City Region is one of the UK’s most affordable places to live, providing plenty of high-quality homes from city centre apartments to suburban housing for those wanting more space but still with short, fast commute times.
Getting around the City Region is easy with cost-effective rail, bus and underground networks and the UK’s most punctual rail service, Merseyrail. And not forgetting the world-famous Mersey Ferries carrying commuters and residents daily over the River Mersey.
With excellent schools, colleges and world-leading academics the wider catchment area for the City Region is home to 250,000 students across 12 Universities in the catchment area and boasts a strong pedigree of academic and research achievements, the University of Liverpool alone counting nine Nobel Laureates amongst its faculty and alumni.
The City Region also has a vibrant Further Education sector with strong links to industry, helping to shape the curriculum of courses and forge successful apprenticeship programmes across a wide spectrum of industry sectors and roles. The region also has an innovative graduate recruitment programme, LMJU Futures helping local SME’s to match and hire graduate talent.
Young professionals have flocked to Liverpool in recent years in search of a high quality of life and low cost of living and with 50% of students that study elsewhere returning home to the city to further their careers, we offer employers a highly skilled and talent pipeline to tap into.
Whatever your business ambition, requirement or opportunity – talk to one of our team to see how we can help. We are in the business of delivering value, success and excellence and we’re waiting to speak with you.