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Salford is a metropolitan borough of Greater Manchester and is situated just north of Manchester city centre. The borough has much to offer including Salford Cathedral, the largest Catholic Cathedral in the north of England and the Bridgewater canal, which is a lovely place to walk in the summer months. Alternatively the historic Ordsall Hall, a period house and local museum, is worth exploring and it is said that Guy Fawkes planned the gunpowder plot from this residence. Ordsall Hall has recently undergone refurbishment and is free for public use. Salford evidently has lots to offer and therefore it is unsurprising that reallymoving.com has helped almost 500 people move to this borough of Greater Manchester in the last year alone.
A string of unsuccessful redevelopments in the 1960s and 1970s failed to transform Salford as hoped. However since 2002, a new development initiative has had much greater success, contributing to increasing house prices and the development of Salford as Manchester’s – and arguably the north of England’s – cultural hub. Salford Quays has undergone significant development and Media City, which now houses BBC North, will undergo a further £1 billion expansion in the coming years. Salford’s large scale development will impact property prices and transport links, and as such reallymoving.com highly recommends the services of our knowledgeable local conveyancers. Our conveyancing solicitors will be able to advise you on current and future developments, their effects on property prices and the other legal requirements necessary to moving home.
At reallymoving.com you can compare up to four quotes from professional conveyancers which will ensure you get the cheapest deal on the legal advice needed to streamline your move to Salford.
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