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Coventry is home to St Michaels, the cathedral with the third largest spire in England and although it was heavily bombed during the Second World War it is still one of the city’s major attractions. There are also a variety of museums to visit, including the Herbert Art Gallery and Museum and the Coventry Transport Museum, and the city is situated within a short distance of Lunt Fort – a reconstruction of an ancient Roman military outpost. Coventry also houses two universities and has a longstanding tradition in scientific innovation – Sir Frank Whittle, the inventor of the jet engine, was born there!
A string a redevelopments is currently transforming Coventry and the city centre has undergone many improvements. It is surprise that reallymoving.com has helped almost 1500 people move to Coventry in the last year. The redevelopment is also far from finished and plans have been proposed to build a new urban mariner with a Parisian-style boulevard. The council is also considering work to deepen Swanswell Pool and connect it to Coventry’s canal network. With so many redevelopments, it is important to employ the services of one of our expert conveyancers to ensure that none of the construction will affect your prospective home. Reallymoving.com can provide you with four quotes from local property lawyers instantly so you can enjoy Coventry without delay.
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