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Named as the Best Law Firm for Conveyancing by First Time Buyer magazine in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 & 2017, Beaumont Legal has successfully combined a personal solicitor-led service with online tracking systems, giving customers across the UK the best of both worlds and some of the highest customer ratings in conveyancing. One of the country’s leading providers of conveyancing and a full member of the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme, we work tirelessly to reduce customer waiting time throughout property transactions.Read more
We are a two partner firm situated in the centre of Norwich specialising in domestic conveyancing. Our aim is to provide clients with a first class service at a very reasonable cost. We provide both a local and nationwide service. Whilst we are always happy to see clients at our office we can equally deal by telephone, post or email. All fees are fixed and on a no completion no fee basis.Read more
PM Law Limited are customer focused and established specialist property Solicitors in Sheffield, accredited by the Conveyancing Quality Scheme and have clients both locally and nationwide. Our main aim is to provide our clients with a first class hassle free service at a very reasonable cost. Our conveyancers understand the pressures of buying and selling properties and will guide you through the process in a professional and helpful manner. A detailed quotation will be sent through shortly.Read more
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.