liverpool residential


Case Study

Park Central

Waterfront apartments in the £5bn Liverpool Waters regeneration scheme

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  • Prime waterfront position
  • High specification apartments
  • Perfect for first time buyers


Liverpool Waters


Est. Q2 2020 Completion


200 year leasehold


Estimated rental yields of 6%


1 & 2 bedroom apartments


Liverpool is one of the core cities being targeted by the government’s Northern Powerhouse proposal, alongside the likes of Manchester, Leeds and Newcastle, as the city pushes to be given more powers away from London’s Whitehall. Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram wants to gain control over the city’s own funding in order to shape Liverpool’s future, and the city will benefit from increased government investment to create more homes and better infrastructure as a result. Consistently named as the city with the best rental yields in the country, Liverpool has excellent prospects for both owner occupiers and investors. Park Central, which is part of the huge Liverpool Waters regeneration scheme, is a fantastic opportunity for homeowners and investment landlords alike, offering an idyllic location right on the River Mersey with easy access to vibrant Liverpool centre.

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Liverpool Park Central

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