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Guildford is situated only 27 miles from the centre of London and so offers a pleasant balance between town and city living. Guilford itself is also home to many unique attractions, including the national prize winning Spectrum Leisure Centre which houses many national teams alongside a variety of publically available leisure spaces. Alternatively, Guilford also has a general street market on Fridays and Saturdays and holds a farmers market once a month. The markets offer much to explore and their friendly atmosphere is indicative of Guildford’s homely small-town feel. In 2009, Guildford was voted the 9th best place to live in the UK and therefore it is unsurprising that reallymoving.com and our licenced conveyancers have helped over 550 people relocate to Guildford in the last year.
Changing climate conditions, although may bring more sunshine, have increased the risk of flooding around Guildford and as such the services of our conveyancers are highly recommended. Recently, parts of River Wey has been placed on the flood warning list and in 2013 it reached its highest level in fifteen years, damaging over 160 homes. While the government has more recently increased flood defences, our expert conveyancers are still highly recommended as they can thoroughly advise you on flood risk and its effect on property value.
Guildford has much to offer, from galleries and museums to parks and leisure centres and with the help of our professional conveyancers you can start enjoying life in the town as quickly as possible.
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