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Bradford was one of the world’s earliest industrial settlements and it experienced a significant textile boom during the industrial revolution. As a result, the city is littered with historic textile mills and grand Victorian buildings. The Victorian Wool Exchange and the Town Hall are particularly noticeable examples and the splendid Victorian commercial district that lies just east of the city centre has recently been converted for office and residential use. In 2009, Bradford became the world’s first international city of film, many films and TV productions have been filmed in the city including Room at the Top, The Railway Children and Monty Python’s critically acclaimed The Meaning of Life. Bradford’s rich cinema heritage has helped define the city and since the decline of the textile industry, film tourism has helped support the city’s economy. Bradford is a vibrant city that is (to some) unexpectedly rich in culture and as such, it is a desirable place to live. Our users agree and in 2016 reallymoving.com and our RICS regulated Chartered Surveyors helped almost 800 people relocate to the city of Bradford.
Many of Bradford’s residence are redevelopments of old Victorian industrial buildings. During their restoration it is not uncommon for properties to suffer damages. This is one reason that reallymoving.com highly recommends the services of our expert Chartered Surveyors as they will be able to provide you with a home survey that will detail any damages your property has suffered. Alongside damages incurred during redevelopment, the report will address other common forms of property damage – including rot, damp and structural damage caused by subsidence issues.
Our Chartered Surveyors will help you make an informed decision on your move in light of any property damage unearthed by a comprehensive Homebuyer Report. With their help you will be able to begin enjoying your new home – and everything Bradford has to offer – without any unforeseen costs and delays.
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