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With 12% of reallymoving.com moves to Kingston Upon Thames coming from South West London, and 10% coming from the seven other London postcodes, Kingston Upon Thames is a popular place for London home movers to escape the more central locations but still enjoy cosmopolitan living and reach the capital quickly. From the River Thames boat trips to the Royal Parks either side of the town, there are many areas where you can watch the world go by in Kingston Upon Thames.
If you are buying an apartment in the new Kingston Riverside development by the River Thames, our conveyancing solicitors will be able to guide you through the complex process of a new build purchase efficiently and smoothly. Even if your new home is not yet complete, the experienced conveyancers on our panel will advise you about the terms of the contract and new build guarantees, check the developer has obtained the correct planning permission and keep you up to date with all progress.
Although a great location for a slower pace of life, Kingston Upon Thames has many lively activities for local residents to enjoy, including nearby Chessington World of Adventures, and cultural pastimes such as the theatre productions at Rose Theatre and the exhibitions at Kingston Museum.
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