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South West London is home to Buckingham Palace, the Wimbledon Tennis Championships and even the Pope’s London residence, it has something for everyone and is a highly desirable place to live. The redevelopment of nearby Brixton offers a variety of new, upcoming bars and restaurants that have settled in unobtrusively next to the district’s famous food markets and thriving club scene. This area of London is becoming an increasingly attractive living location and in the last twelve months reallymoving.com has helped over 3,500 people find a new home in London’s vibrant south-west corner.
With the planned construction of the Crossrail, alongside the introduction of the night tube earlier 2016, commuting and travelling to and from London’s south-west is increasingly easy. In addition to transport links, other developments include the beautiful Battersea Power Station which will be transformed into modern living space along with many other areas as outlined by the Southwest Area Secondary Plan. This plan aims to promote sustainable patterns of growth as well as attractive urbanisation and, as such, will transform much of the London’s south-western quadrant. Although promising for future and current home owners, these developments will inevitably increase property value in the capital’s south-west, but may impact those relocating to a new home as anything from noise to road construction work can be inconvenient. It is important that your conveyancing solicitor undertakes the necessary searches so you are aware of any future changes and you don’t have any unexpected surprises.
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