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​Living and Working in the area

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Information about living and working in the Liverpool area.

The North West

There has never been a better time to consider living and working in the North West. With opportunity and variety on your doorstep, the North West has a mix of highly populated cities and historical towns surrounded by large areas of natural beauty and rambling countryside. The region boasts a wonderful stretch of unspoilt coastline and Ainsdale beach, near Southport, has been listed as one of the top 10 beaches in the UK
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The government recently invested £2 billion in the city, and the city now boasts Europe's fastest-growing regional airport and has a growing reputation as the UK 's film capital, with brand-new studios and a £40 million development fund. The £750 million Paradise Street project is one of Europe's biggest city centre regeneration schemes, while Liverpool 's stunning waterfront is a World Heritage site.

East Cheshire has one of the highest standards of living in the country. Here, many professionals can take advantage of the easy access to Liverpool, Manchester and the Midlands. Similarly in West Cheshire, the historic city of Chester has an English charm similar to that of Oxford and Cambridge. The cathedral, with its Gothic architecture and intricate carvings, is simply stunning, and no visit to the city is complete without a trip to the ancient Roman City of Deva, buried beneath the streets.

The area to the east of Liverpool, towards Warrington, provides excellent, cost-effective housing and good motorway links to other parts of the country, including the beautiful Lake District and Yorkshire Dales. Across the River Mersey, lies the Wirral, an area of green open spaces, lovely small villages and suburban towns. The Wirral also has great road and travel links to the beautiful countryside and historic towns of North Wales.

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