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A quaint market town and civil parish in the Amber Valley district in Derbyshire, Belper has a rich industrial history and lies just 7 miles north of Derby on the River Derwent. In 1776, one of the world’s first water-powered cotton spinning mills was built in Belper by Jedediah Strutt – a cotton spinner who would go on to develop eight Strutt mills in the town. During the mid-nineteenth century, Belper grew a population of 10,000 and became the second largest town in the county.
For residents looking to enjoy a popular market town, Belper offers a variety of local amenities and attractions. Find your local conveyancer today for advice on your home move.
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