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Liverpool City Council

Would you like to work in a dynamic city with a fascinating past and an exciting future? We're looking for people like you - innovative, driven and committed to serving the public.

The city of Liverpool is world-famous for its cultural offer, and our greatest asset is our people. Our residents deserve the very best from those who serve them and have a council they can be proud of - and you can help play a part in this.

We value our employees and aim to create a positive, progressive, and open work culture that supports everyone to thrive.

You can find a place to make a difference at Liverpool City Council.

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  • Living here
  • Things to do
  • Places to visit
  • Schools
  • Transport

Living here

With its unique combination of skyscrapers, seafront, parkland, vibrant nightlife and beautiful historical architecture, there’s an awful lot to love about Liverpool. Liverpool shares all the attributes of any major European city, with its vibrant cosmopolitan culture and exceptional local amenities, while also retaining the benefits of its relatively smaller size.

Whether you prefer to live in the bustling city centre or suburbs, each area has its own distinct history, culture, things to see and activities to enjoy. Liverpool, like all cities, offers a variety of housing options at different price points including high-rise apartments and flats, terraced homes with backyards for summer barbecues, and detached and semi-detached homes with roomy bedrooms ideal for families or those who want a little more space.

Liverpool remains much more affordable than other cities in England with prices 41% lower than the national average. Over the last year the average property price was £207,158 and average rental cost for a flat was £780.

Liverpool city skyline

Things to do

There is something to interest everyone including the arts, local markets, food and drink, performances, heritage, music from all over the world, LGBTQIA+ culture and of course, the famous Ferry across the Mersey!

Liverpool’s food and drink scene is thriving and can be enjoyed in many quarters. We host regular food festivals, food halls, fine dining and fine wine experiences across the city.

Whether you’re after catching the local game, a stadium tour of the reds or blues, a ticket to the most iconic horse race in the world or teeing off on the green we’ve got sports covered too.

We’re proud of our music venues across the city, from the historic Cavern Club to the modern and creative Invisible Wind Factory and for those who prefer classical music you can’t go wrong with the internationally renowned Royal Liverpool Philharmonic.

If you’re into maritime, the world and its creatures, art, or enjoy a deep sea dive into history, you’ll enjoy the Maritime Museum, World Museum, Walker Art Gallery and the Museum of Liverpool. You’ll find modern art at FACT, both traditional and radical at Tate Liverpool.

That’s just the start, for more culture you won’t have to look far, be part of our world-class events – all year round.


Places to visit

More parks than Paris! A bold, but true statement. Liverpool’s Sefton Park is the largest Grade I listed park in the UK with its own famous glass Palm House, boating lake, café and open green space. Afterwards you can take a stroll down lark lane on of Liverpool’s hidden gems.

Take a trip to the Baltic Triangle or the Ropewalks area in the city centre and you’ll find plenty of independent shops, bars and restaurants where you can experience something totally unique to the city.

If you want a Cathedral, “we’ve got one to spare…” so goes the old Liverpool folk song. Just a short walk from each other you’ll find Liverpool Anglican Cathedral Britain’s biggest Cathedral and Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, contrasting in styles they are both unique their own way.

Liverpool Waterfront is a staple on your places to visit. It has beauty, it has history, culture, art, music food and drink in a breath-taking and iconic setting. Diverse in its appeal the waterfront offers everything from a sing-along in The Beatles Story, spectacular architecture to a perhaps windy, but picturesque riverside stroll.

Sefton park


We want all our residents to have access to lifelong learning opportunities and feel they have the skills and support to achieve their aspirations and goals. Our education system provides support from early years, through school age, higher education and into employment through to apprenticeships, job training and opportunities.

With 180 pre-school and nurseries, 120 primary schools, 50 secondary schools, three colleges and three universities including community, independent, private, faith and special education schools and colleges we’re confident every young person will find a place where they can thrive.

Liverpool school children


Liverpool has solid transport options that extend throughout the city and beyond with most locations in the city centre accessible by foot, bike, bus or train. Even taxis are inexpensive.

Merseyrail trains run frequently throughout the day across 68 stations in and around the Liverpool area and Liverpool is very well connected to other cities in England including Manchester, Birmingham and London. Additionally, you'll discover that Liverpool has a robust bus network with all buses fully accessible and a wide range of tickets available and there’s no shortage of taxis in Liverpool, making it quick and easy to grab a lift.

Cycling and scootering in Liverpool is encouraged, with rentable bikes and scooters available at every corner. Liverpool has many dedicated bike paths across the city and beyond. It's a terrific way to move from place to place using without having to worry about getting stuck in traffic.

And if you’re looking to get away, we have our own Liverpool John Lennon Airport offering both domestic and international flights 20 minutes from the city centre.

Liverpool train station