The Metamorphosis of Property Management Liverpool

Liverpool is one of the earliest urban areas settled in Australia, and was established in 1810. Originally it was used as a centre for agriculture by Governor Macquarie and was named after the Earl of Liverpool, who was then the Secretary of State the colonies at that time. With a population now exceeding 21,000, it is also one of the largest suburbs of Sydney. In the 1850’s a railway line was established linking Liverpool to Sydney after which the area gained the status of a major centre not only for agriculture, but also for transportation due to the areas high productivity level.
A century later Liverpool began to emerge from its use as an area for agriculture into an area of suburban housing as the urban sprawl west of Sydney took effect. Large public housing estates sprang up in order to house the lower income working class families. Located 32km south west of the Sydney CBD Liverpool is adequately supplied with transport facilities such as rail travel, bus services and also long distance coach travel. For those who drive their own private vehicles there is easy access to the Hume Highway, and two other motorways for getting to work, schools, shopping or just to surrounding areas and beyond.
Liverpool has seen much change over many years, and growth has been simply fantastic in this area. As well as its own mini CBD in Macquarie Street, it is also home to a large Westfield Shopping Centre making shopping days convenient and pleasurable. Zoning in the northern part of Liverpool has also made provision for the building of numerous residential apartments, with focus on more commercial areas being built in the southern part of this suburb, giving some indication of future growth levels. As well as boasting the largest public library in Australia, Liverpool has a hospital and two tech colleges, making the area a desirable place to settle in.
Educational facilities come by way of three public primary schools and two public high schools, the aforementioned technical colleges, plus another school which caters for special needs children and children who are hospitalised for long periods and need to keep up with their schooling. Four private schools are also available plus a TAFE college and a few other colleges besides schools for adult learning, languages, and art instruction. For recreational purposes there is a botanical garden, plus sporting parks and other parks for family outings, and there is also the Whitlam Leisure Centre boasting a swimming pool and indoor stadium for sporting activities. For doggy lovers, there are two off leash areas where pets can run around and get exercise, making this the icing on the cake for existing or would be residents.