Commercial Property in Liverpool

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Andrew Louis

Muskers Building 1 Stanley Street, Liverpool, L1 6AA.

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Welcome to Andrew Louis award winning property website. We continually update this site so please search through our extensive residential sales and lettings property database to find all our latest properties. Whether you are a Landlord, or you are thinking of selling, buying or renting a property, we think we can help you

Roy Backhouse

Connect Business Village Derby Road, Liverpool, L5 9PR.

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Commercial Estate Agent Chartered Surveyor

Roy Backhouse has been a Chartered Surveyor for 20 years and is also an RICS Registered Valuer. We regularly undertake commercial property valuations for our clients for a variety of reasons including SIPPs, Accounting, Dispute Resolution, Rating and of course to ensure that all commercial property offered on the market by our estate agency is accurately valued. We are based in Liverpool and cover the Wirral, Liverpool and Manchester markets.

Jolley & Co

50 Hamilton Street, Birkenhead, Wirral, CH41 5AE. United Kingdom

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Jolley & Co are one of the regions fastest growing property groups. Trading from four strategically placed commercial branches in the heart of the business centres of Manchester, Liverpool, Birkenhead and Chester.

Smith & Sons

51-52 Hamilton Square, Birkenhead, , Wirral, CH41 5BN.

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Smith and Sons Property Consultants can be traced back more than 170 years, a history and tradition they continue to build upon today with a team who continue to offer professional advice and service on all types of property related matters, throughout the North West.

The Venmore Partnership

Imperial Buildings 9 Dale Street, Liverpool, L2 2SH.

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The beginnings of Venmore, Thomas & Jones dates back to 1849 when Thomas & Jones was founded in Liverpool. Venmore Commercial has been providing professional commercial property management and agency services to its clients for well over 100 years.

About Liverpool and its Commercial Property

Liverpool Economy

Liverpool is at the centre of a population of 1.5 million people that drives a £20 billion economy in the city region. The city is directly served by four motorways. The regional airport, Liverpool John Lennon Airport is within 20 minutes of the city centre, and Manchester International airport, which is the second largest in the UK, is within 45 minutes of the city centre. An extensive sub regional rail network is focused on city centre, with good services to the suburbs.

Known the world over as a great sea port from the halcyon days of shipping, much excess capacity from that activity has been turned into visitor attractions, but new modern port facilities are also being built at the present docks. A great deal of regeneration has transformed the waterfront of Liverpool already, at the Albert Dock and the Pier Head in particular.

Liverpool Retail Property

The Grosvenor retail project, Liverpool One, positions Liverpool as the 5th largest retail centre in the UK. The city offers more than 200 famous high street stores, and cool independent boutiques.

Over the next decade Liverpool will deliver some of the UK’s largest and most ambitious development and infrastructure schemes like Liverpool Waters, Pall Mall, the New Royal Liverpool University Hospital and Bio Campus, Edge Lane Retail Park and the transformation of North Liverpool, which have a development value in excess of £7 billion.

Commercial Areas of Liverpool

  • The Baltic Triangle is an historic area of the city centre and comprises numerous 18th and 19th century warehouse buildings close to the developments at Kings Dock, Liverpool One, Ropewalks and the World Heritage site.
  • The Cavern Quarter, focus of the many visitors coming to see the home of the Beatles. The Cavern Walks Shopping Centre is mainly occupied by independent fashion retailers but includes Vivienne Westwood, Cricket and Drome.
  • The main retail area is dominated by Liverpool One, but backed up by Clayton Square Shopping Centre, MetQuarter, and the St Johns Shopping Centre. Merepark’s long-awaited £120 million Central Village development is in progress, which refurbishes the art-decco former Lewis's store, while creating a mixed use development of shops, hotels, offices, leisure (cinemas, casino, restaurants, bars), and residential apartments.

Leisure and Hospitality Property in Liverpool

A new, state of the art, multi-purpose Arena and Conference Centre Liverpool at Kings Dock was opened in 2008, supported by new hotels including Jury’s Inn and Staybridge. The Museum of Liverpool opened on July 19 2011 in a purpose-built landmark building on Liverpool's waterfront.

Visitors to Liverpool make an important contribution to the local economy, in 2012 1.24 million room nights were sold at an average REVPar of £44.48 over the year, which confirms that the majority of the accommodation in at the budget end of the market. In January 2013 there were 44 hotels with 4,619 rooms available in the City, with a further 300 rooms under construction in 3 new hotels.

The Commercial District, is the location of much of the Grade A office space built in the last decade, at developments like 101 Old Hall Street, City Square, 20 Chapel Street and St. Paul’s Square. The office market in Liverpool is supply constrained, but also is unable to expand capacity while rents are at uneconomically low levels.

Considerable space is also available in The Liverpool Knowledge Quarter, which is home to the University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moores University Liverpool Science Park, MerseyBio, and the National Oceanographic Laboratory.

Whilst headline city centre rents are £21 psf, with incentives the real cost falls to £15.24psf, which is the lowest in the UK. At these levels it is impossible to build new space profitably, and out of town rents are as low as £11psf.

Liverpool Industrial Property

The industrial space market has an abundant supply with availability in units of all sizes. Headline rents are £4.50psf for better quality space before incentives, which effectively discount a further 25%.

Commercial property in Liverpool suggestions

Thinking about the factors that you require carefully before starting a search for commercial property can save you time and effort. You maximum purchase price or rental value will be dictated by the amount the business can comfortably and realistically support, not just in the short term, but perhaps up to five or ten years in the future. These few tips are just a couple of points worth considering, however UKBusinessProperty should be able to help you easily research all the points that can have an impact on a decision to purchase or rent a commercial property.

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Liverpool Property News

Almost complete Central Liverpool regeneration scheme runs out of cash
The £160 million Central Village development in Liverpool, which was scheduled for completion next year, has run into trouble and all work there has ceased. Central Regeneration, a joint venture between Altrincham-based Merepark and Irish developers Ballymore, own the scheme. It is part completed o...
Sigma Capital pours more development funding into Liverpool
Sigma Capital, the Edinburgh-based property investment vehicle in which Sir Tom Hunter holds a 22% stake, yesterday sealed a development deal with Liverpool City Council. Sigma has a specific vehicle with Liverpool Council, called Neptune Inpartnership, which was established in 2012 to develop commer...
Green light for £5.5 billion Liverpool Waters scheme
The massive £5.5 billion Peel Holdings "Liverpool Waters" scheme has been waved through by Eric Pickles, who said yesterday that he would not call the scheme in after Liverpool Council gave it the go ahead. His department wrote to Liverpool council to say the decision over the plans to regenerate th...
Only the super cash rich can afford to play the big London Property development game
Large scale development in London is now restricted to cash rich operators who want to profit from a perceived scarcity of new property. “There’ll be very little competition in terms of new development,” Irvine Sellar, whose Sellar Property Group developed the Shard along with Qata...
Shard opens to moribund London office market
The Shard is opened today after 10 years of planning and just 2 years of construction. Irvine Sellar, the developer, has emerged with just 5% of his scheme, having sacrificed 95% to The Quatar Central bank to get it completed. Paid TFL to break Shard lease in 2010During a period of heady optimism in ...
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