Bordering on Liverpool’s city centre, Vauxhall is an area which is defying its reputation attracting new businesses and opportunities for those living there. This, in part is due to a number of exciting developments planned for Regent Road which connects the area to the city centre. Consisting of new apartment blocks and additional space for retail units, the area is quickly becoming a place of interest for both home and business owners. And, not forgetting the huge Project Jennifer development which changed the face of Great Homer Street and where it meets with Scotland Road, which surrounds Vauxhall. It seems so far removed from a time when the area appeared to have been forgotten. To understand just how much the area is developing and all of its changes, we’ve spoken to the people who know it best, its residents. Together with business owners and Riverside MP Louise Ellman, this is why we believe Vauxhall is Liverpool’s most up and coming area. Developments which have changed the face of the area Burlington House Almost two years ago, the Burlington House development in Eldonian Village was completed which gave the area a Costcutter and space for more retailers. To date each of… Read full this story
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