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Milton Keynes is a ‘new town’ in Buckinghamshire and is home to roughly 240,000 people. The town has much to offer including a vibrant music scene, supported by a number of notable venues. These include the open air National Bowl, a 650,000 capacity venue; MK11; the Craufurd Arms and the Stables that provides a venue for jazz, blues, folk, rock, classical and world music. Additionally, the town has an Art Gallery, the MK Art Gallery, which exhibits contemporary international art. Another venue perfect for evenings out is the 1,400 seat Milton Keynes theatre that is complete with a moving ceiling that once lowered creates a more intimate atmosphere for smaller events. In 2015 Milton Keynes had the highest increase of jobs in Britain making it an incredibly attractive place to live. Our users agree and in the last 12 months, reallymoving.com and our RICS regulated Chartered Surveyors have helped over 1600 people relocate to the town.
Although Milton Keynes escaped flooding during the 2013-2014 winter, the town did experience floods in both April 1998 and July 2007 due to rapid increases in surface water – that is flash flooding. Although flood waters have since receded and the council released the Milton Keynes Flood Risk Management Strategy in 2014, damage from previous flooding may remain in many properties, significantly impacting their value. This is one reason reallymoving.com highly recommends the services of our expert Chartered Surveyors as the Homebuyer Report they provide will detail any damages your prospective property has suffered, including those caused by previous flooding.
At reallymoving.com you can compare the services of up to four local Chartered Surveyors to ensure that you get the best deal possible on Building Surveys and Homebuyer Reports. With their help, you can be sure that your move to Milton Keynes will be as quick and stress-free as possible.
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