Why city centre living is now more popular than ever in the UK

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The populations of some of the country’s major cities have more than doubled over the past 15 years, especially in the north of England, and urban living is now the top choice for youngsters.

Investing in the city of Liverpool and why it is so increasingly popular

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As a buzzing metropolitan city, the economy of Liverpool has expanded at a faster pace than the rest of the UK.

Stadium update on Everton's Bramley-Moore Dock Move

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"Our new home on the waterfront will not only be a fantastic new stadium for Everton but also kick-start a regeneration of North Liverpool" says Everton CEO Denise Barrett-Baxendale.

Devolution deal progresses as Liverpool receives major investment boost

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The latest funding agreement in the devolution deal secured in Liverpool will spell huge changes for the city.

£7m deal revives Liverpool brewery and creates 200 jobs

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Cains beer is to be made at its Grade-II listed home for the first time in five years after a local entrepreneur acquired the Cains name and plans to open a new brewery in the building.

Liverpool set to become the "Hollywood" of the UK

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Hollywood stars will be heading to Liverpool after one of London's leading film and TV studios announced plans to open a major new complex in the city.

Liverpool trouncing Manchester as 'true Northern Powerhouse'

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Liverpool is outperforming Manchester and is England’s fastest growing city outside of London over the past 20 years. New analysis from city economics experts ‘City Metric’ has looked at data from the Centre for Cities think tank - and it looks very, very good for Liverpool.

UK named “Country of Honour” as trade mission heads to flagship Chinese International Industrial Fair

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A business delegation including of some of the UK’s best advanced manufacturing and innovation companies will head to China this week to boost growing bilateral trade and investment ties.

Advanced manufacturing

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In the Wirral area of Liverpool more than twice as many people are employed in advanced manufacturing as the national average. 

Digital Liverpool

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Liverpool has the second fastest growing digital cluster in the UK (TechNation, 2015) and is one of only 3 Internet of Things clusters.  The sector generates just under £1bn of economic activity a year, employing 19,000 people.