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On the south bank of the Mersey, Ellesmere Port was founded at the point where the Ellesmere Canal met the Manchester Ship Canal, and it was here that goods were loaded off barges and transferred onto ships. The town, now boasting a strong service industry, has also retained its thriving industrial heritage all the way up to the present day.
Since the industrial revolution, the town has been expanding, and now the town has a mix of properties all the way from the Georgian era to modern houses. The network of Chartered Surveyors we have built up in Ellesmere port and over the Mersey area are therefore accustomed to surveying a wide range of different properties with different architectural designs. This experience is crucial when it comes to filling out either a HomeBuyer Report or a Building Survey, as their depth of knowledge means that it is very unlikely you will be moving into your new house unaware of problems in it.
Once you have a Chartered Surveyor sorted, why not take a look around the local area? The National Waterfront museum is hugely popular and the Cheshire Oaks designer Outlet and the newly developed £14 million Sports and Leisure Village are also popular with locals and tourists alike.
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