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It is claimed that Colchester is the oldest town in Britain and its Roman era walls are still partly intact and they remain one of the town’s most iconic landmarks. Almost 2000 years later Colchester is still a popular living destination and its attractiveness as a place of residence is shown by its growth rate – Colchester was named as one of Britain’s fastest growing towns in 2011. Our users agree and in the last year alone reallymoving.com and our RICS regulated Chartered Surveyors have helped over 900 people relocate to Colchester.
Colchester is a green town and its council reasserted (in a 2010 policy report) the benefits of trees and natural greenery to quality of life. The council manages and maintains over 22,000 amenity trees and 70 hectares of woodland. Although these trees add significantly to Colchester’s appeal and appearance, they have been known to cause drainage issues and even structural damage. This is one reason that reallymoving.com highly recommends the services of our professional Chartered Surveyors as they will be able to provide you with a home survey detailing, among other things, any drainage problems your prospective property might have.
At reallymoving.com you can compare quotes of up to four Chartered Surveyors which will ensure you get the best deal possible on the advice you need for stress-free move to a safe and undamaged Colchester property. With the help of our Chartered Surveyors, you can begin exploring Colchester’s history, culture and attractions as soon as possible.
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