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Rickmansworth is a small town in south-west Hertfordshire of about 20,000 people and as it is within the M25 and connected to London via the Metropolitan underground line, it is a town that’s ideal for commuters. Rickmansworth however, has a lot to offer as the town is situated along three rivers and the Grand Union Canal, it has a longstanding waterborne heritage. This heritage is celebrated in the Batchworth Lock Canal Centre and visitors can enjoy exploring the museum dedicated to Rickmansworth’s canal history or relax for tea and cake in the on-site cafe. The network of waterways around Rickmansworth offer locals many stunning places to walk. The Aquadrome is a notable example as its 41 acres cover the Aquadrome Local Nature Reserve, alongside Bury and Batchworth Lakes. The Aquadrome is a particularly beautiful place to explore and the adventurous can even enjoy sailing and other water-sports in the area. Rickmansworth evidently has a lot to offer, making it a desirable place to live. Our users agree and in the last year alone, reallymoving.com and our licensed conveyancers have helped over 110 people relocate to Rickmansworth.
Rickmansworth is a town with a history of mining and both Batchworth Lake and Bury Lake were previously gravel quarries that have since been filled with water. Although not always a problem, mining may lead to ground stability issues which can cause significant property damage – or even total collapse. This is one reason that reallymoving.com highly recommends the services of our knowledgeable conveyancers, as they will provide you with an Environmental Search that will detail any ground stability issues in the Rickmansworth area.
With reallymoving.com and our conveyancing solicitors, you can be sure that your move to Rickmansworth will proceed as planned. This will allow you to complete your move and begin enjoying all that Rickmansworth has to offer without any unforeseen delays.
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