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Joining the 2095 reallymoving.com Sheffield movers and buying a home in the greenest city in Europe? Sheffield is an area with one of the highest Regional Stickiness ratings at 69%, so it is clear that once you’ve moved to Sheffield, it’s difficult to leave!
Located within the valleys of the River Don, and at the confluence of a further four major rivers, many areas in Sheffield can be prone to flooding. The risk of flooding, and flooding that has previously occurred to your property, is something that your Sheffield conveyancing solicitor will be able to investigate during the environmental search. It should be noted that insurers may be reluctant to insure properties that are at risk of flooding, so it is vital that you find a conveyancer that can provide you with the necessary information.
In addition to flooding, as Sheffield has the highest ratio of trees to people of any city in Europe, with an estimated 2 million, subsidence can be an issue for Sheffield properties – the risk of subsidence is another aspect that the environmental search will inform you about.
Whether you are taking in the vast greenery of Sheffield in the Winter Garden and across the Peak District, or enjoying more cultural activities, such as visiting the Sheffield Theatres and Millennium Gallery, our conveyancers offer a prompt, efficient service to get you into your new Sheffield home at the soonest possible time.
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