From quirky and Bohemian to big brands, South Liverpool has got what it takes to satisfy the most hardened shopaholic. With tradition shopping streets, quaint village centres and state of the art retail parks, South Liverpool shoppers are spoilt for choice.
New Mersey houses 35 shops and restaurants and is one of the UK’s premier out-of-town shopping destinations.
Situated on Speke Boulevard within easy reach of the motorway network, New Mersey boasts free parking for 1,800 cars and excellent public transport links.
New Mersey's appeal is further enhanced by an 11-screen Cineworld cinema, with the largest screen in Liverpool, along with six restaurants including Wagamama, TJI Fridays and Nandos.
Garston Village, situated on Speke Road and St. Mary’s Road is the historic heart of Garston and serves the community with a range of independent local shops and national brands.
The village is home to the weekly Garston Market, with the former market site on Island Road now the site of purpose-built Think South Liverpool homes.
The historic Woolton Village is one of Liverpool’s most distinctive and attractive areas, with a distinct ‘village’ feel and a wide range of independent places to shop, eat and socialise.
The quaint village boasts a regular farmers' market on the second Saturday of each month. See Liverpool City Council's website for details.
Think South Liverpool’s purpose built Independent Living apartments are just a few minutes’ walk away from Woolton’s bustling village centre.
Bustling Allerton Road is home to many excellent independent shops alongside established national brands.
From Tesco in the south, the road stretches towards iconic Penny Lane and has also become a great destination for dining and socialising, with a great range of cuisine on offer.
Situated on the edge of Garston and Mossley Hill, Booker Avenue has long been a popular local shopping destination with a range of shops and eateries.
Our shared-ownership homes at Calderstones Grove are just a short walk away.
Lark Lane in Aigburth has long been a Bohemian enclave in leafy South Liverpool, with a superb array of quirky independent shops, top-class restaurants, cafes, bars and pubs.
Close to the impressive Sefton Park, Lark Lane’s quaint architecture and relaxed vibe has attracted locals and visitors alike for decades, with regular arts and crafts exhibitions and music events adding further spice to Lark Lane’s unique menu.