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Brixton is a vibrant district in the south of London and as it is identified as one of the 35 major centres in Greater London in the London Plan, it is clearly a place that has a lot to offer. Brixton is a wonderfully diverse community and this is exemplified in the variety of its places of worship – it houses a synagogue, a mosque and a number of churches. Brixton’s diversity led to the emergence of Brixton Market in the 1870s. The market attracts people from all across London and beyond and it houses many independent traders – many of whom specialise in selling African and Caribbean food and goods. Another attraction unique to Brixton is the 84 acre Brockwell Park which provides Brixton with some much-needed green space. The park is a perfect place to relax and enjoy a picnic and it is complete with its very own outdoor pool which is available to the public. With so much going on it is unsurprising that Brixton is a desirable place to live. Our users agree and in the last 12 months, reallymoving.com and our licensed conveyancers have helped almost 500 people relocate to Brixton.
Many parts of Brixton, particularly around the centre, are undergoing significant development. Currently, the latest proposal aims to build 250 new homes and 6,000 feet of commercial space, alongside refurbishing the train station and constructing an off-street car park. These developments are one reason that reallymoving.com highly recommends the services of our expert licensed conveyancers. Our conveyancers will not only be able to advise you on how these developments will impact your prospective property, but they will also inform you on the areas of Brixton where property value is most likely to increase.
With reallymoving.com and our professional conveyancers, you can be confident that you will get comprehensive legal advice necessary for moving to Brixton. With our support, you will be able to complete your move both safely and quickly.
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