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York is a thriving town in the north of England. It is historically famous for its city walls, York Castle and York Minister – the largest Gothic Cathedral in Northern Europe – but if York’s historical past doesn’t interest you, the city still has much to offer. Many annual festivals are held in York including the Festival of Food and Drink which attracts roughly 150,000 visitors from across the country. Alternatively, the Aussize of Ale is another tradition unique to York that involves people in medieval costume taking part in a charity bar crawl across the city. York also has a variety of theatres and stages, for example the Grand Opera House, the Joseph Rowtree Theatre and the Theatre Royal which was established in 1744. It is therefore unsurprising that York is a desirable living location and in the last year reallymoving.com and our expert conveyancers have helped almost 1100 people relocate to the city.
York is currently undergoing many major developments, including a regeneration of the railway station, the construction of a new campus for the University of York and the Hungate Scheme which has gained planning permission for new houses, offices, shops and community spaces. As these developments are extensive, they will undoubtedly influence property value. Therefore we highly recommend the services of our professional and dedicated conveyancing solicitors so you are aware of the effects these developments may have on the price of your prospective property.
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