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Ellesmere Port was founded at the point where the Ellesmere Canal met the Manchester Ship Canal, and it was here that goods were loaded off barges and transferred onto ships. The town, now boasting a strong service industry, has also retained its thriving industrial heritage all the way up to the present day and so is a popular place to live. In the last 12 months since June 2016, 266 movers to the area went through reallymoving.
The town is a popular place to buy, sell, and re-mortgage property, meaning that it is vital to employ a trusted conveyancing solicitor to provide a professional service when doing so. Our network of local conveyancing solicitors will be able to take a big weight off your shoulders by dealing with all the legal aspects of buying or selling a house, which can add up to a lot of paperwork, and will take you every step of the way through it. With reallymoving you’ll be able to directly compare up to 4 property lawyers to find the best deal for you.
Ellesmere Port is also home to a number of attractions which see visitors flock to the area, and is also due to receive new investment in the coming years. The National Waterfront Museum is one of the main attractions, and the Cheshire Oaks designer Outlet and the new million Sports and Leisure Village are also popular with locals and tourists alike.
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