All data below is based on reallymoving registrations for the 12 months to 30th June 2016
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Situated within the M25, 17 miles from the centre of London, Watford is a perfect borough for commuters. However even aside from good transport links to the city, Watford has a lot to offer. The town is home to many theatres and event venues including the Watford Palace Theatre, the Pump House and the Watford Colosseum which has staged The Who, Robbie Williams and Oasis. Alternatively Watford has 43 parks, gardens and greenspaces to explore – 8 of which have been awarded the Green Flag for quality. The largest park is Cassiobury Park which has approximately 190 acres of open space and the Grand Union Canal that runs through it is a particularly enjoyable place to walk. There is clearly a lot to see and enjoy in Watford, hence reallymoving.com and our expert conveyancing solicitors have helped over 630 people and families relocate to the town.
Watford is undergoing considerable development with monetary investment amounting to more than £1.5 billion. £150 million is being used to redevelop Watford’s shopping centre; constructing a restaurant hub, new retail spaces and a state of the art IMAX cinema. Many other plans are also in the works, including an extension to the Metropolitan Line, and these development will inevitably have a significant impact on property value. Our expert conveyancers will be able to advise you on Watford’s redevelopment, the effect it will have on house prices and all other legal processes involved in buying or selling a home.
Whether you enjoy shopping in the newly developed shopping centre, exploring parks or visiting museums our expert conveyancers will help streamline your move so you can start enjoying Watford as soon as possible.
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