Liverpool is growing and this growth is changing the face of the skyline. Construction is underway on many projects, including skyscrapers, apartment towers and hotels. When a city wants to build in the centre, there is nowhere to go but up and that’s exactly what’s happening in Liverpool. Towering cranes can be seen throughout Liverpool,
If you are thinking of investing in a house to let you may want to consider purchasing a house of multiple occupancy (HMO). In the right area, you could see a 12-15% return on investment, compared to an average of 7% return on a standard buy to let property. The North West, particularly Liverpool, is
Students in Liverpool have some great choices to discover the area they find themselves living in. Studying should not be only about the university. There is much to discover in Liverpool and you won’t have to choose between eating that day or going on a small adventure – it doesn’t have to break your pocketbook.
House sharing is often a necessity for people starting out on their own. After all, you get to share the expenses of heat and electric and you have an always full house when you feel like a party. It’s a great way to save money on rent and it could be fun, with the right
The government is proposing a national minimum bedroom size and a re-defining of what constitutes a House in Multiple Occupation in the latest example of increased regulation over the private rental sector in England. Single bedrooms in HMOs would have to be a minimum of 6.5 square metres - roughly 70 square feet - and
The growing number of city centre developments could “destroy” the student community off Smithdown Road if action is not taken, landlords fear. Tens of thousands of students have made Wavertree their home over the years, cementing institutions from the Brookhouse to Dafna’s Cheesecake Factory into graduate folklore. But as developers and Liverpool’s universities pour money
A landmark court judgement may have a significant impact on the Government’s Right to Rent legislation. Airline Ryanair won a civil court case after appealing against fines imposed by the Home Office for carrying illegal immigrants into the UK. Significantly, the judge who found in favour of the airline said its staff could not be