Liverpool’s wealth was founded on trade and commerce from the Great Port during the Industrial Revolution. In 1975, the City of Liverpool pioneered the world's first commercial wet dock, making the city, at the forefront of the Industrial Revolution. Now as in the past the city is one of the country’s main ports, a centre for cargo handling and distribution to the rest of the UK. And since the 1990s the local economy has grown more diverse, with more innovation and new enterprises springing up that require office space and commercial property in Liverpool.
Leisure and retail have developed into key parts of the Liverpool economy. Tens of millions of visitors head into central Liverpool to the Liverpool One complex and the bars and restaurants of the Central Village. Traditional industries like automotive engineering and manufacturing are today complemented by biotechnology and pharmaceutical research.
New and old commercial property can be found across Liverpool, for any type of venture. At Commercial Property Broker we know where to find the 'Grade A' serviced offices in prime business locations, and where to find the best industrial sites for small manufacturing companies. Don’t worry if you have a specific checklist of features you need met, we can work to a brief however exacting.
We can find office space, both serviced and conventional long-term lease, at sites like the Liverpool International Business Park. Just outside the city centre, the business park is the result of hundreds of millions of pounds in to attract global businesses to Liverpool.
Liverpool has the properties available for everything from head offices to trade counters and workshops. The city is exceptionally well-connected with the rest of the UK through the M53 and M62 motorways, and multiple stations at Lime Street, James Street and Liverpool Central. If you’ve got important European connections there are flights from Liverpool John Lennon Airport.