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Slough is a large town of approximately 120,000 people situated in south east England. As the town is only 21 miles west of London, it is an ideal place of residence for commuters. Slough also has much to offer in its own right and the town houses four Grade 1 listed buildings: St Laurence's Church, St Mary the Virgin Church, Baylis House and Godolphin Court. These buildings make for interesting exploration and attract both residents and tourists alike. In more recent years, Slough has undergone significant redevelopment and the ‘Heart of Slough’ project is currently working to transform the town centre. This redevelopment is making Slough a more attractive living destination and at reallymoving.com, our users agree and over 500 of our users have relocated to Slough in the last twelve months alone.
Parts of Slough were also constructed before the turn of the 21st century – a time where asbestos was widely used as a construction material. In Slough, asbestos is most commonly found in fire proofing and asbestos cement that is used primarily for corrugated roofing sheets. Asbestos has been linked to many diseases like asbestosis and mesothelioma which is a form of cancer. As such reallymoving.com highly recommends the services of our local Chartered Surveyors to provide you with a Building Survey, which includes an asbestos search, so you are able to buy with confidence.
At reallymoving.com you can compare up to four Chartered Surveyors – all of whom are RICS regulated and knowledgeable of the local area. This will help ensure that your move to Slough is both as cheap and safe as possible.
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