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Lisburn is a city in its own right and the 3rd biggest in Northern Ireland, yet within 8 miles of Belfast. With an industrial heritage and a formerly world-renowned linen industry, Lisburn continues to be a centre of enterprise and investment in Northern Ireland, with the highest inward investment of any city outside Belfast. With the lowest unemployment rates in the country, good health care and schools, and an array of amenities and attractions, Lisburn is an incredibly popular place to live.
Local removal firms are therefore always in demand, and are all competent and knowledgeable in the surrounding area, using the great transport links in this part of Northern Ireland to their advantage to deliver your goods safely and securely.
Moving day is often the nerviest and often an emotional part of the process in moving house, and at reallmoving, we partner with removal firms that understand this. Through reallymoving you will be able to find the perfect removal firm for you to ensure a professional and smooth move, so you can sit back and relax as much as possible.
Once you are settled in, why not explore the attractions Lisburn has to offer? With a town centre filled with high-street brands, places of historic interest such as Christ Church Cathedral and the Irish Linen Centre and Lisburn Museum, and the new Lagan Valley LeisurePlex, Lisburn is a vibrant town with plenty to do.
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