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The Victorian seaside town of Southport is home to parks, museums and the second longest pleasure pier in all of Britain. The pier stretches over a kilometre out to sea and a tramway carries visitors to the pavilion, which offers spectacular views from its large floor-to-ceiling windows. There are extensive sand dunes around Southport that stretch from Birkdale to Woodvale and the Ainsdale sand dunes have been designated as a national nature reserve. Southport has lots of Victorian architecture and the town is unique due to the large number of trees that line Southport’s roads and squares. The town is also at the centre of England’s Golf Coast and is scheduled to hold the Open Championship in 2017. Southport therefore, is clearly a desirable area to live and reallymoving.com has helped over 270 people move to the town in the last year.
650 new Southport homes are currently being developed on a 29 hector brownfield and former landfill site. The ground is incredibly soft, made up of mainly sands, peat and silts, and gas wastes from the landfill site included poisonous compounds like cyanide. Although state of the art geotechnical and environmental solutions have been employed to make the land safe for construction and settlement, we highly recommend seeking the advice of our professional conveyancers so you can be sure that this work went as planned. Contaminated land and land stability issues will be addressed in a comprehensive environmental search which is but one of the services our conveyancing solicitors will provide for you.
At reallymoving.com you can compare four such conveyancers to make sure you get the best possible deal on legal advice. This will help you make your move to Southport both safely and quickly.
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