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Development Summary - Click to Expand
The development offers luxurious and spaciously designed apartments perfect for buy-to-let investors, but at the same time is ideal for residential buyers to call their home. St. Anne’s Gardens is located in a thriving and up and coming district, a short distance from everything Liverpool has to offer.
Suited to both residential and buy-to-let Investors, apartments within St. Anne’s Gardens are ideal for both investors and residential buyers. Offering the highest quality and affordability, you’ll be able to purchase properties at below market value. This allows for excellent rental yields, capital growth and a fast return on investment.
St. Anne's Gardens offers stunning homes in a flourishing area that is benefiting hugely from both significant regeneration and capital investment.
All studios and apartments benefit from high quality finishes and hard wearing materials throughout. With an entry level deposit from just £19k, take your pick from some of the most spacious studios, one or two-bedroom apartments on the market, all of which are heavily discounted for early reservations.
Parking spaces are also available with selected units.
Area Fundamentals - Click to expand
Investment - This will change the fundamental, and allow your capital to grow.
Liverpool is part of the core cities of the government’sNorthern Powerhouse project that aims to rebalance the UK’s economy from London and SoutheastEngland to Northern England. Following the Northern Powerhouse project is a £1.5bn investment in the regeneration of areas within the city.
Regeneration projects in the north make sense, as this where the city is most industrious. North Liverpool is the home of one of the biggest docks in the UK, which has had its investment credentials elevated by the completion of Liverpool2 – a new £300 million deep-water container terminal. The development of Liverpool2 has doubled the port’s capacity making it one of the UK’s best equipped and connected terminals.
This commitment by the city is a clear signal to overseas investors that Liverpool is a place that is prepared to make big improvements to develop itself further and become more attractive to the people who live in the city, as well as foreign commercial and residential investors.
North Liverpool also has a growing reputation for renewable energy technologies. A good example of
this is renewable energy and recycling company Agri, with its multi-million Pound investment that converts used cooking oil into fuel. The are also has the addition of vast warehousing, storage and production facilities, which are used by thousands of companies in the food industry across the UK and Europe.
From all of the above, it’s clear to see how a development such as Project Jennifer not only affects one area, it also has a knock-on effect to the surrounding areas, which benefits the city as a whole. This impact on Liverpool’s regeneration is part of the transformation of the city, and its constant redevelopment in order to improve its offer nationally and globally.
Famed for its musical heritage and football teams, Liverpool is home to a unique city centre which features the greatest number of listed buildings outside London, a vast central shopping area, a diverse and exciting night time economy and one of the lowest cost of living levels in the country.
Economy & Employment - Jobs and the general economy will give you the confidence needed.
Known as Project Jennifer, this development has been made possible through a £150 million regeneration programme. The aim of the project, in Great Homer Street, is to completely renovate the area in order for it to yield positive economic, social and environmental impact. The benefits can be seen in the form of new housing, integrated transport links, excellent new facilities and enhanced open spaces.
Project Jennifer has become the beating heart of north Liverpool. Not only has it helped to improve the facilities of the area it is estimated that the creation of the scheme has resulted in 1,000 jobs for local people.
Recognised as having a somewhat unusual name, the 45-acre development’s title was named after the niece of the Auxiliary Bishop of Liverpool, Tom Williams. He suggested the name when he was a local parish priest of a church in the area, and since then, it has become synonymous with the unity of the community.
- Improved pedestrian walkway from the district centre to Everton Park
The regeneration of Great Homer Street is not a development in the north of the city that’s been created in isolation. Not only a hub of activity in this area, it will also act as a catalyst for the wider redevelopment of North Liverpool.
Tourism is also a major player in the city's economy. TheEcho Arena, Liverpool’s famous football teams Liverpool FC and Everton, the Beatles tourist spots, and the city’s ranking as one of the best cities to visit in the UK, earn the city approximately £1.3bn a year through tourism.
Transport - The best transport links are always the most desirable characteristics.
By Air: Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport offers services to 68 destinations in the UK and Europe. Liverpool is also a 30 min train ride away from Manchester’s International Airport, which offers services to over 225 destinations around the world. Manchester Airport is around 30 minutes by car or 1h 5 mins by public transport.
By Rail: The city's main train station, Lime Street Station, is just 15 minutes walk from St. Anne's Gardens. The station can take you to London in just over 2 hours and provides direct rail links to major cities like Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds and Sheffield.
By Port: Ferry services across the Irish Sea to destinations such as Belfast, Isle of Man, and Dublin can be accessed through the Port of Liverpool through services provided by companies like Stena Line and P&O Ferries.
Education - Families are drawn to the areas with the best education facilities.
Liverpool’s stance as a top student city is also said to have some influence on the city’s increasing population. High numbers of younger people are thought to be partly down to the economic success of Liverpool’s three universities, which all feature in the top 60 official University League Tables.The Liverpool university population stands at over 70,000, with the majority of students living in city centre accommodation.
The city’s award-winning institutions are attracting a big student population, as UK undergraduates and postgraduates are attracted to the likes ofLiverpool’s innovative research and development programmes plus state-of-the-art learning facilities.The reputation of these top institutions has kept Liverpool in the limelight as a popular student city and retained the young population of Liverpool demographics for 2017, 2018, 2019 and beyond.
Both students and young professionals are helping to bump up population statistics, and their growth is most likely attributed to Liverpool’s unique sense of city life, along with the extensive regeneration
schemes planned with the help of Liverpool CityCouncil and various developers. It’s no coincidence that the population of Liverpool has surged in line with exciting new development projects such as the Baltic Triangle and Rope Walks, and the long-awaited Liverpool Waters project which is currently planned for the famous docks in Liverpool.
According to Government data in 2018, LiverpoolCity Region has had the highest amount of growth compared to any Combined Authority area in England, with statistics revealing a 3.3 per cent growth rate in 2017. This is higher than England's average, which is a growth rate of 2.0 per cent. It is thought that the strength of sectors like education, constructions, and wholesale and retail have helped lead this growth. Many of these sectors, such as the education sector, have been enriched by the population of young people in the city.
Shopping & Leisure - Readily available leisure facilities are so important to the fundamentals.
As the birthplace of the iconic band, The Beatles, Liverpool was named European Capital of Culture in 2008. The city boasts an abundance of boutiques, international brand hotels, restaurants, trendy wine bars, as well as a variety of museums, galleries and theatres.
The city is also home to Liverpool ONE, the £1 billion shopping and leisure destination and the largest open-air shopping centre in the UK. Whether you want to have some retail therapy, grab a bite, or treat yourself to a cocktail in a lively bar, there is always something suitable for you on offer.
Sport & Culture: Liverpool FC and Everton FC are known to many football fans worldwide as two of the most successful teams in England, as such, it draws quite a bit of tourism from football matches.
The area is within the Knowledge Quarter MayoralDevelopment Zone and the Liverpool City Enterprise Zone. It also sits immediately next to parts ofLiverpool’s World Heritage Site and straddles the World Heritage Site Buffer Zone along its southern edge.
As a result of the areas proximity to the city centre and its new popularity - fuelled by a blossoming creative and digital sector, it has attracted significant levels of development.
Green Spaces: Sefton Park is a Grade I historic park and one of the biggest and most beautiful parks in the city, with 235 acres of green spaces, facilities, and attractions. Liverpool also has 43 outdoor playgrounds for children of all ages around the city.
Chairman's Thoughts - Click to expand
"Liverpool is an economic Powerhouse in its own right"
We’ve been waiting for the right moment to start investing in Liverpool, and this is it. To say regeneration here is large-scale is an understatement, with thousands of homes, retail units, commercial spaces and employment opportunities being created across the city.
Liverpool already has a strong local economy, one of the strongest in the country in fact, thanks to a growing tourism industry and being the home of several national and multinational companies.
In addition, Liverpool has three universities and a nationally renowned performing arts school, as well as one of the most prominent football clubs in the country. It’s no wonder private investors are pouring money into the city.
And now’s your chance! Don’t miss out on this fantastic development. Call your Property Consultant for more information.
Chairman, Founder & Head of Sourcing
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