Mayoral Development Zone
North Liverpool is where the city is at its most industrious. The zone encompasses the most important expanse of docks in the north of the UK – recently boosted by the completion of Liverpool 2’s SuperPort now able to handle the world’s largest freight carrying vessels.
To accommodate the port’s freight, the area’s business parks, industrial estates and warehousing complexes are busier than ever.
The zone is well served for warehousing, storage and production facilities such as New Britain Oils who have invested £30 million since 2010 in a new packing warehouse to provide for the food industry across the UK and Europe.
North Liverpool has a growing reputation for renewable energy technologies including Eco Environments who provide renewable energy solutions, and Agri UK who have established the country’s largest cooking oil biodiesel plant.
Capitalising on the city’s expanding port and related industries
More traditionally minded businesses choosing North Liverpool include motor repairs (the area is the city’s car showroom hub), maintenance and distribution facilities, IT firms such as MCS Professional IT Support, Sigma Technology Solutions Ltd (Internet marketing for businesses), Computer Plus Ltd (PC manufacturers), and Cooler Master (supplier of cpu coolers).
Away from the river, Project Jennifer has delivered a game changing vision to Everton Valley – with a new food supermarket and additional shops, new homes, new school, and a new indoor market amongst several facilities. Home to both Everton Football Club and Liverpool Football Club’s recently expanded stadium, the Anfield area is currently being regenerated with modernisation of its housing stock and a revitalisation of its high street due to commence.
Site areaNorth Liverpool
Suitable usesRetail, Housing, Light industry
Project managerMark Kitts