Crosby Village Renewal Scheme Could Kick-off in Late 2023

A residential suburb located to the North West of Liverpool, Crosby is an area on the up thanks to its great location, excellent amenities, and transport links. 

Residents enjoy regular bus and train services into Liverpool City Centre and convenient road access to Liverpool and surrounding cities and towns.

The area is known as a commuter hub, but it’s also experiencing growing popularity as a ‘staycation’ destination, leading to a rise in short-term letting and serviced accommodation.

New builds like Sky Gardens, located in the heart of Crosby, are a testament to this nascent serviced accommodation market in the area.

Crosby is home to attractions such as the Crosby Lakeside Adventure Centre, independent businesses that are loved city-wide, such as Crosby Coffee, and, most famously of all, Crosby Beach. Visitors flock to this seaside destination to see ‘Another Place’, an arresting art installation by world-renowned sculptor Antony Gormley. 

Crosby is also perfect for nature lovers, as it is in close proximity to semi-rural and scenic locations such as the Formby Dunes and Red Squirrel Reserve and the historic village of Little Crosby. 

With central Liverpool and all its tourist attractions just a 14-minute train ride away from Waterloo Station, it’s a convenient and attractive alternative to staying in the packed city centre, and it’s easy to see why the short-letting sector is growing in Crosby and Waterloo.

Regeneration efforts will serve to make this attractive district even more appealing for investors and residents alike. 

Property investors often look to ongoing and future regeneration schemes as a sign of future growth in an area, positively affecting capital value growth, rental income, and demand.


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