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Burnley is a town in Eastern Lancashire with a rich and continuing industrial heritage. A town which has recently had development and infrastructure boosts, there are more successes to talk about other than the football club’s promotion to the premier league.
Today, investments in infrastructure and high-profile regeneration schemes are radically transforming the economy of the town. A new direct rail link to Manchester, a new aerospace supply village, and a multi-million-pound investment into former Victorian industrial heartland in project ‘On the Banks’ all contributed to Burnley being awarded an Enterprising Britain award from the government for being the ‘Most Enterprising Area in the UK.’ All these developments are set to increase, but make it crucial that you employ a professional conveyancing solicitor to help with any property transaction and to make you aware of any changes or developments that could impact on the property.
Reallymoving can offer you up to 4 directly comparable quotes from property lawyers or conveyancing solicitors so you can choose the best one for you in the least amount of time. With the time you’ve saved, take the opportunity to look around Burnley and the surrounding area. The Ringing Singing Tree is one of the best examples of ‘sound art’ in the world and the beautiful Towneley Hall Estate are some of the few attractions Burnley, a town with a lot of hidden beauty, has to offer.
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