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The lovely rural setting that is the Wirral Peninsula is home to five local nature reserves, Victorian pleasure gardens and the award winning botanical gardens that are part of the University of Liverpool. These sites offer a range of country walks and the opportunity to observe wild birds and animals in their natural habitat. Although Wirral is a place of natural beauty it is far from isolated, and Liverpool is situated close by on the river Mersey which forms the peninsula’s eastern boundary. Wirral is undergoing a large urban regeneration programme, the Wirral Waterfront Single Regeneration Budget, and therefore it is unsurprising its popularity has increased in recent years. Our expert local conveyancing solicitors are here to advise you on the impact of this redevelopment on property prices and with their support, reallymoving.com has helped over 700 people move to the peninsula in the last twelve months.
Wirral, particularly in the north-east district of Birkenhead, was formerly an active industrial area and this too can affect property prices. Our conveyancers will provide a comprehensive environmental search, which includes a detailed consideration of former industry, to ensure there are no hidden cost involved in your move.
Our conveyancing solicitors work quickly and professionally to provide you with a stress-free experience so you can begin enjoying the beaches, nature reserves and everything else Wirral has to offer without any unforeseen delays.
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