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Warrington has a population of over 200,000 and is situated in North West England on the banks of the River Mersey. The town has a lot to offer and explore, including the Warrington Museum and Art Gallery, and the golden gates of the town hall are certainly worth a visit. Warrington also has more child friendly attractions. Gulliver’s World theme park is always exciting and the city offers a variety of alternative leisure facilities including ten-pin bowling, indoor go karting and crazy golf. Warrington is also home to one of the largest shopping centres in North West England which houses over 135 shops. The main shopping streets intersect at Market Gate which has recently undergone award winning redevelopment. Warrington is clearly a desirable place to live as reallymoving.com and our professional conveyancers have helped over 850 people move to the town in the last year.
There are many old caves and coal mines around Warrington and while some of these may make for an enjoyable day out with the family, they can cause ground stability issues. This is one reason reallymoving.com highly recommend the services of our exemplary conveyancing solicitors. Our conveyancers will be able to tell you if your prospective property is within 25 meters of an old coal mine – at this distance mines can pose a considerable risk to property.
Whether you enjoy golf, shopping or exploring the banks of the River Mersey, our professional conveyancing solicitors are here to help with the necessary property searches and legal advice to make your move to Warrington is as easy and stress-free as possible.
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