All data below is based on reallymoving registrations for the 12 months to 30th June 2016
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Worcester is a city of 100,000 people situated in the Midlands, just south of Birmingham. The city has a great deal to offer, including an impressive Anglican cathedral built in the 12th century. The cathedral is not the only thing of historical significance in Worcester and Fort Royal Park is home to the remains of a fort that was contested during a battle in the English Civil War. Worcester also has many other greenspaces to explore including Cripplegate Park, Gheluvelt Park and two large woodlands which cover approximately 33 hectors between them. The city also plays host to a variety of exciting music and arts festivals including the Three Choirs Festival that dates back to the 18th century and is said to be the oldest in Britain. Worcester is clearly an exciting and desirable place to live and in the last year reallymoving.com and our licenced conveyancers have helped over 500 people relocate to the city.
Worcester is home to many medieval churches – not just the cathedral – and although these add to the city’s feel and skyline it is important to ensure that your future home will not be liable for chancel repair. Therefore, it is recommended that you seek the advice of an expert conveyancing solicitor and at reallymoving.com we let you compare up to four customer rated conveyancers that will be able to efficiently help you with chancel repair liability and the other legal requirements involved in moving home.
Our conveyancing solicitors will provide you with the necessary legal expertise so you can begin enjoying Worcester – and your new home – without any unforeseen surprises.
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