An array of exceptionally ingenious assets- repositioning Liverpool at the forefront of global innovation
The Liverpool City Region has a world-renowned range of science, digital and creative infrastructure that we are fortunate enough to be in the midst of. Here in Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter, you can stumble upon not only the Science Park, but both University campuses, the School of Tropical Medicine and Royal University Teaching Hospital, as well as Sensor City, and the recently exciting announcement that the Royal College of Physicians will be moving into our new state of the art Spine building. We accommodate some of the globe’s major player’s in science, health, technology, culture and education. With the park being located a minute from the fantastic cultural and social amenities of Hope Street, as well as nearby to Paddington Village development, with more than £1 billion being invested into new facilities tailored specifically to support the critical development of R&D, there’s no better place to be than Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter.
- 8 square feet of science, technology, education and health space
- Paddington Village development, set to attract a further £1 billion to the city
- Promotes programmes that invest in the city’s 54,000 students
- Collaborating with Liverpool City region to close the economic gap with the South