The increase in property investors continues because there is much higher income from rent than elsewhere.
As of July 2022, Homelet states that the average rent in London has increased by £264 since last year, making it £1,832 a month at an annual increase of 15.7%.
When comparing rent costs, the average rate found for properties outside of London tends to be £1,113 PCM.
A 30-year master plan aimed at regenerating the Thamesmead neighbourhood. Work includes 8,000 new homes, 4,000 jobs, and improvements to 5km of riverbank and 7km of canals
A £26 billion project to create a transport superhub, a brand-new high street and a £3bn Imperial College
A £14.8bn enhancement of train links in London. It involves the introduction of 118km of new rail track and is expected to boost the UK economy by £20bn.
Crossrail, in particular, is likely the most significant project as it will improve tenant demand in areas across the South of England.
Currently over 300,000 jobs in 7 key growth sectors, with a further 20,000 jobs coming out of the "Liverpool Waters” regeneration project alone.
£22 billion (City Region)
Liverpool John Lennon Airport - Flying to 200 destinations, 5 million passengers yearly, 250m GVA, 6,000 jobs. £1Billion SuperPort upgrade in progress, connecting Liverpool to the world's trade.