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Croydon is the largest London borough by population, and this is ever expanding. With 728 reallymoving.com movers in 2013, including movers that originated from Kirkwall, Northern Ireland and Truro, Croydon is a popular destination for people from all corners of the country. If you are buying a home in Croydon, we can help you find a quality Chartered Surveyor for your house survey.
The building surveyors on our panel have an expert level of local knowledge about property types across the CR postcode area. If you are buying a property with a cellar or basement, your surveyor will be able to investigate whether there are any issues with damp or if any measure have been previously take to treat damp. There are many areas of Croydon which have been built on clay, a soil type which can influence the occurrence of subsidence. Your Chartered Surveyor will survey your property and inform you whether there is any evidence of subsidence and an appropriate course of treatment.
Croydon borough is home to many parks and woodland, which account for 8.5% of all London’s woodland resource, so when you are settled into your new Croydon home, there will be plenty of green land and walks for you to enjoy, from Addington Hills to Wandle Park. Or if you prefer spending your time watching live entertainment, there are many arts venues, including Fairfield Hall and the Warehouse Theatre.
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