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Whitley Bay is a small town on the Tyne and Wear coast. Traditionally a seaside town, it has had a recent resurgence in popularity as a place to reside in as investment into regeneration in the area has recently started.
In 2007, the North Tyneside Council announced plans to regenerate Whitley Bay and the ‘Spanish City’ amusement park.’ The 36-million-pound project not only aims to completely refurbish and revamp the building, but also includes making improvements to the Whitley Links, the beach-side huts, and parking in the area. Due to these investments and developments in the area, it is now more than ever, of paramount importance that you employ a local professional conveyancing solicitor who can tell you of any developments or changes happening in the area which may affect the property you are trying to buy, sell, or re-mortgage.
Whitley Bay is also near a number of other attractions and landmarks popular with tourists and locals alike. St Mary’s Lighthouse, whilst Seaton Delavel Hall is a grade I listed country house. As an area on the rise again, and just outside Newcastle, Whitley Bay is become an increasingly popular place to buy property, and reallymoving.com can help to find expert conveyancing solicitors in the area to help you with buying, selling, or re-mortgaging property.
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