Living in Wirral


From generously proportioned family homes in beautiful villages and seaside locations, through to dockside apartments and low-cost starter homes, Wirral has a diverse housing market, with homes available to suit all tastes, styles and budgets.

With average house prices below the region and national averages, in Wirral you can buy or rent a lot more for your money.


Wirral provides a wide choice of education including several independent and grammar schools. Wirral Metropolitan College is the lead organisation for the North West for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. The college is working to establish a new campus at Wirral Waters that will specialise in the skills closely related to needs of local and regional employers. More than 15 universities located near to Wirral including several world-class establishments in Liverpool and Manchester.


Wirral sits between the River Dee and the River Mersey, overlooking both the Welsh Hills and the spectacular Liverpool skyline. Classic seaside towns, sandy beaches and the finest coastal scenery in Britain, make Wirral a great place to live.

With Liverpool on our doorstep, iconic football, music and cultural offerings are just minutes away; while Chester, North Wales and Manchester are close by.

Royal Liverpool Golf Club Hoylake is widely accepted as one of the world’s best links courses and is the venue for The Open in 2014. With more than a dozen stunning courses, you can walk in the footsteps of the world’s best players from Walter Hagen to Tiger Woods.

Pride in local produce and home to innovative world-renown chefs, Wirral offers Michelin Star quality and a vibrant mix of seaside, countryside and urban dining.