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Lying in the countryside of South West Lincolnshire, Grantham has a colourful history for a small market town with a population of 40,000. Grantham is looking to the future as it aims to increase development and investment in the town. In the last 12 months alone, 265 people have moved into Grantham through reallymoving, showing its attractiveness as a place to live.
Given its popularity, our conveyancing solicitors in the local area are very experienced in all the legal elements to buying, selling, and re-mortgaging house, and will deal with all the paperwork that comes with your property transaction, and taking care of disbursements like Stamp Duty Land Tax and Land Registry. Grantham is also at the centre of recent proposals to build over 4000 homes west of the town, which could lead to knock-on effects on transport developments and property prices. Your conveyancing solicitor will provide you with up to date information as to whether these developments might affect your property.
Grantham has a very fruitful history. The home of Isaac Newton, and the industrial town where the first Diesel engine and first tractor were invented, Grantham also produced some of the most ground-breaking women of the 20th century. Home the first woman police officer in in Britain, a year after she died, Margaret Thatcher was in the town. Today Grantham is situated near Melton Mowbray, home of the Pork Pie, and near the beautiful Woolsthorpe Manor and Belton House.
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