The rent in Liverpool is some of the most expensive in the country compared to the number of people there. not to mention the rates which are highway robery. ive no doubt that the people are there for it but the rates/rent would just consume all the cash flow. Maybe after the hype of 2008 is over it might settle but right now theres hundreds of empty shop lots and thousands of empty aparptments and thats becuase no one can afford it.Checen Rebel wrote:Far from perfect, but in grand central near the milkshake bar (next to the gardens) could just about make money though.Lordstar wrote:right now Liverpool would not be the perfect place for one.
~1000 emo/goth/gegger/punks passing through every saturday, at least 100 of which seem to hang around the gardens all day (most of them are little rich kids too, with more money than sense - just like most of the quiggins-kids were). A few hundred through the week plus loads of students during the week.
It's one of the few locations I think it would be possible on merseyside - still a massive gamble.
That and the guy who runs grand central is a tosser. :p
It would need to be some kind of Arcade/bar/Live house and be open 7 days a week for it to come close to turning a profit.
Trust me ive looked in to it.