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Heritage and experience: The LA Group's history is strongly marked by its heritage. The founder, Lohan Munhoz, comes from a family with over 15 years' experience in the construction sector in Brazil. This tradition of success provides the company with a solid base of knowledge and expertise in all aspects of the property market. The experience accumulated over generations is one of the pillars of the LA Group's excellence.
Headquarters in Liverpool: LA Group's headquarters in Liverpool, in the north of England, is a strategic choice. Liverpool is a constantly growing city with a dynamic property market and significant investment potential. The company's location puts it at the epicentre of interesting opportunities in the UK property market. In addition, the LA Group team is deeply involved in the local community, which contributes to an in-depth understanding of the needs and demands of the market.
What sets LA Group apart is its ability to offer a full range of services related to the property market.
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A small river named Duden flows by their place and supplies it with the necessary regelialia. It is a paradise
LA Group’s commitment to quality and customer satisfaction is evident in every service it offers. The company places transparency and reliability at the heart of its operations, making it a trusted partner for investors and property owners.
In addition, LA Group has a proven track record of successful projects and strategic partnerships that further strengthen its position in the UK property market. Whatever your property needs, LA Group has the expertise and resources to meet them effectively.
LA Group continues to stand out as a benchmark in the property investment sector, driving the success of its clients and contributing to the development of the property market in Liverpool and beyond. Its tradition, expertise and commitment to excellence make it an unrivalled choice for investors and owners looking for outstanding results in the property market.
Information about Liverpool
With a population of just under 500,000, Liverpool is an affordable and welcoming place for international students, with good employment opportunities and one of the lowest costs of living in the UK. Students usually live around the Smithdown Road area, but an area of Kensington is also very popular.
It’s no wonder that so many students around the world choose Liverpool for their undergraduate or graduate studies. The city has an intense nightlife and cultural life, with the second largest collection of museums and art galleries in England, second only to London. The Liverpool Museum, for example, is one of the most visited attractions across the UK. The place is also well served by restaurants, pubs and trade in general. Public transport is efficient and based on buses and trains.
DISCOVER HOW LIVERPOOL’S PUBLIC TRANSPORT WORKS AND HOW TO GET AROUND THE CITY USING THE SUBWAY, BUS, BOAT, BICYCLE, TAXI AND UBER.
Traveling by bus is certainly the best way to cross Liverpool and discover its architectural peculiarities. Buses are cheap and punctual and there are many discounts depending on the age of the passenger, while at the two main stations in the center, Liverpool ONE and Queen Square, you will find a qualified team that will indicate the fare that best suits your needs.
Liverpool’s underground has 120km of railway lines and transports around 100,000 people every day.
Trains in Liverpool, England and throughout Europe are divided into classes, as is the plane. The difference is that, in addition to being land, you don’t need to wait for your bag when you leave, nor do you have to arrive too early at the time of departure. The control is also similar to what is done on the plane, the suitcase goes through a scanner and inside the train there is a specific place for luggage. A tip is to arrive a little early to try to get your luggage in a nearby location, as each car has a luggage rack at its beginning and space to put it on top of the seats, just like on the plane.
A common tour in all major cities is to take a hop on hop off bus tour of the city. The main company is the Sightseeing Liverpool Tour Bus, which goes through Liverpool’s main sights, explaining each one of them in a fun way.
In addition to public transport and taxi services, Liverpool has a very efficient Uber service that gives you the possibility to reach any desired point in the city in a short time: via the App on your smartphone, it takes a few seconds to get around the city quickly. it’s trustable.
Liverpool has a very efficient transport system with its buses, trains and ferries (ferries).
The value of the bus tickets varies according to the desired destination. There are also monthly passes, where you can save a lot of money. The subway in the city works very well too. There are four main subway stations in the city (“Lime Street”, “Central”, “Moorfields” and “James Street”) that perfectly serve its users. As it is a very flat city, walking to school can be a good alternative, or even use the bicycle as your means of transport.
The airport in Liverpool, called “Liverpool John Lennon Airport” serves numerous European cities.
Liverpool Waterfront Architecture
This region of the esplanade facing the River Mersey, called the Waterfront or Pier Head, has some of the most beautiful buildings in Liverpool. Starting with the Three Graces, which are three commercial buildings from the early 20th century that transformed the city’s look.
The second is the Cunard Building, which is influenced by Italian architecture and, in 2017, started to house the British Music Experience.
The third is the Edwardian Baroque-style Port of Liverpool Building, famous for its church-like dome. In fact, it was originally designed for a cathedral, but ended up in the design of this building… lol!
British Music Experience
The British Music Experience is an interactive museum that started in London in 2009, but moved to Liverpool in 2017. Multimedia galleries tell the story of British pop and rock since the 1940s – through Pink Floyd, The Smiths, Eric Clapton, Sex Pistols, Oasis, Amy Winehouse and whoever else you can imagine.
Port of Liverpool
The port of Liverpool is the part of the city that most represents its strong industrial history. The mouth of the River Mersey provided access to the busy shipping lanes of the Irish Sea, and this made Liverpool a strategic point for England over the centuries – both for trade and for the military role of the British Empire. The Merseyside Maritime Museum tells this story, as well as showing what life is like on board ships and having a special exhibition on the Titanic.
In Liverpool, summer is pleasant and partly overcast; the winter is long, very cold, with strong winds and an almost overcast sky. Throughout the year, the temperature generally varies from 3 °C to 20 °C and is rarely below -2 °C or above 25 °C.
The warm season lasts 3.1 months, from June 11th to September 14th, with average daily maximum temperature above 17 °C. The warmest month of the year in Liverpool is July, with a high of 20 °C and a low of 13 °C on average.
The cool season lasts for 4.0 months, from November 19th to March 17th, with maximum daily temperature averaging below 10 °C. The coldest month of the year in Liverpool is January, with a high of 3 °C and a low of 7 °C on average.
The Cavern Club is where the Beatles story begins. It opened in 1957 and became the band’s home in 1961, having received a total of 292 performances by the group. The bar was demolished in 1973 and rebuilt in 1984 with bricks taken from the original bar.
The Cavern Club is on Mathew Street, and directly across from the bar is the Cavern Pub, which features a statue of John Lennon and bricks carved with the names of legendary bands and musicians. For a Beatles and rock’n’roll fan, being in that place is something unique and magical.
Do you know that place that you see from afar and go to find out what it is? And never seems to come? Liverpool Cathedral is one of those places, due to its size and magnificence. Besides being beautiful.
The cathedral is 189 meters long outside, making it the largest church in the world. It is possible to see 360º of the city from its tower, the tallest in the entire United Kingdom, at 101 meters.