The Wirral

The Wirral is a flourishing, natural area, benefitting from beautiful coastlines as well as cultural offerings from the likes of the Williamson and Lady Lever Art Galleries. Enjoy boutique hotels, golf courses, and the only Michelin star restaurant in Merseyside.


A Beacon of Culture

As the Wirral is still somewhat of a hidden gem, the cost of living is relatively cheap, and with the promenade and Wirral Way walking and cycling route providing excellent opportunities to explore the scenery, you’ll find it a stunning place to live and work.


Liverpool City Region

For those in the mood for more action, the vibrant city of Liverpool is only a stone’s throw away. Liverpool is an international city still reaping the benefits of its Capital of Culture status in 2008 and provides an excellent day out from the calming greenery of the Wirral. If you want to appreciate the sight of Liverpool’s iconic waterfront, you’ll get the best views from the Wirral!


Family first

Families are well catered for with plenty of local schools as well as two colleges – one of which has a campus within Wirral Waters. Keeping kids entertained in the area is easy, with urban farms, mazes, beaches, gardens and more.


Happiest place to live

In 2017 the Wirral was named the happiest place to live in the North West by RightMove.