The science economy

More than 10,000 highly skilled and well-paid people work in the life sciences sector in Liverpool, generating £1.7bn a year in economic output.  The city hums with the output of research establishments, many for global giants such as Astra Zeneca, Seqirus, Eli Lilly and Actavis, and £2bn of investment is now committed to growing the sector.

Liverpool’s residential property market

Both rental and sales activity in Liverpool city centre have shown good performance in both the near and medium term as prices and activity have responded to economic and population growth.

Liverpool economic overview

Liverpool’s economy has grown by 30 per cent since 2005, with £42bn of annual output and a diversified base which protects it from shocks.  There’s a strong pipeline of major infrastructure projects and the city is set fair for a period of continued economic growth.