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Ranked 1st among “UK’s top 10 kindest cities” (2017)
Rough Guide rated Liverpool “fourth most friendly city in the world” (2016)
YouGov ranked Liverpool as “the friendliest city in the UK” (2015)
The Guardian rated Liverpool as one of the UK’s “happiest places to work” (2016)
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The birthplace of pop music; dozens of theatres, galleries and museums (second only to London); Premier League football at Liverpool and Everton; famous rugby clubs like St Helens and Widnes; two Open Championship golf courses; a UNESCO World Heritage site; new restaurants and bars; our legendary nightlife; and iconic waterfront.
This is a place where people want to live and work.
Latest Life in Liverpool news
Liverpool City Region buses and trains to be free for NHS workers
Steve Rotheram, Metro Mayor of Liverpool City Region has announced that NHS staff will be able to travel for free on buses and Merseyrail trains across the city region.
New Report demonstrates how Female entrepreneurs could boost the Liverpool City Region economy by £230m a year
A new report outlines how female entrepreneurs could boost the Liverpool city region economy by £230m a year with a rethink of its industrial strategy.
Netball World Cup boosted Liverpool City Region economy by more than £8m
New figures show last year’s Vitality Netball World Cup, held in Liverpool, contributed an estimated £8m to the city’s economy, new figures show.
WHAT’S IT REALLY LIKE IN LIVERPOOL?
When Invest Liverpool attends MIPIM Cannes, we often talk about the city region in terms property professionals understand. Square feet, monetary value, planning statuses and completion dates. But Liverpool City Region is much more fun than…
Liverpool City Region Combined Authority Approves £2m for Moss Nook Housing Scheme
The Liverpool City Region Combined Authority has approved more than £2 million to enable the development of 240 homes at Moss Nook in St Helens.
WORK BEGINS ON NEW £38 MILLION ISLE OF MAN FERRY TERMINAL
Work on Liverpool City Region’s new £38 million Isle of Man ferry terminal is now underway, with the new structure set to welcome one hundred thousand people who travel between Liverpool and the Isle of Mann every year…
LIVERPOOL’S COMMERCIAL DISTRICT GETS ‘ART IN MOTION’
Artworks will infiltrate daily life in Liverpool as the first stage of Art in Motion takes hold of the city’s Commercial District…