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Situated on the southwestern edge of the Greater London Urban Area, Woking offers the perfect balance between country and urban living. The town also has many unique attractions, including the Lightbox Art and Heritage centre. This modern building was designed by the same architects as the London Eye and it houses a variety of permanent and temporary exhibitions. Alternatively Woking has a modern shopping centre, the Peacocks, and both the Ambassadors Cinema and the New Victoria Theatre can be accessed through the shopping centres top floor. Woking’s geographical location moreover is perfect for commuters, as it takes only 24 minutes to journey by train to London’s Waterloo Station. Therefore, it is unsurprising that Woking is a desirable place to live and in the last twelve months reallymoving.com and our local conveyancing solicitors have helped over 550 people and families relocate to this town.
We highly recommend the services of our professional and competent conveyancers as parts of Woking are situated on the Hoe Stream flood plain. Although a £40 million scheme to take hundreds of Woking houses out of the flood plain area was approved in 2010, expert advice on flooding is not something home buyers can do without.
At reallymoving.com you can compare up to four of our expert conveyancers to ensure you get the best deal on the legal advice you need for a stress-free move to Woking.
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