All data below is based on reallymoving registrations for the 12 months to 30th June 2016
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The historic walled city of Chester has a lot to offer. The Rows, the iconic black-and-white architecture and the walls themselves – which are the most complete in all of Britain – are but some of the cultural attractions unique to the city. In the town centre, the cathedral and the gothic renaissance town hall stand out as particular points of interest and Chester offers a variety of greenspaces, for example Grosvenor Park and the banks of the River Dee, to explore. Many people are moving to Chester and this is unsurprising as the council launched a redevelopment plan in 2007 that aimed to make the city a must see European destination. The redevelopment plan, or the ‘Chester Renaissance’, helps explain Chester’s popularity and in the last twelve months reallymoving.com has helped over 600 people move to the city.
Redevelopments are not the only thing that may affect property value in Chester and Cheshire brine can also have a serious impact on value. There are many salt mines in Cheshire County and this industry has existed and produced brine since Roman times. As brine can cause significant structural damage it is important to use the services of conveyancer to help with Cheshire brine searches and protect against any unforeseen costs. At reallymoving.com you can instantly compare quotes from up to four conveyancing solicitors who will give you the legal advice you need to move to Chester.
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