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Warrington is a town situated on the banks of the River Mersey with a population of roughly 200,000. There is much to see and do in Warrington and the cultural quarter of its town centre is home to Parr Hall, a concert hall and British National Heritage site. In close proximity is the Pyramid Arts Centre which holds comedy and music events, alongside a varied programme of classes in art, music and drama. Alternatively, Warrington has much to offer those who enjoy exploring the great outdoors. There are over 25 parks in and around the town including many nature reserves, such as the Paddington Meadows, where walkers can glimpse animals like the skylark and rare breed long horn cattle. Warrington clearly has a lot to offer and as such it is unsurprising that reallymoving.com and our RICS regulated Chartered Surveyors have helped over 850 people relocate to the town in the last 12 months.
Warrington has a long history of coal and clay mining which has be known to cause foundation movement on properties in and around the town. Foundation movement poses a significant risk and may even lead to property collapse. This is one reason that reallymoving.com highly recommends the services of our expert Chartered Surveyors as they will be able to provide you with a comprehensive Homebuyer Report. This report provides information on any damage to your prospective property which will save you from any unexpected costs after moving.
Our Chartered Surveyors have thorough knowledge of common problems in the local area and this will prove invaluable in streamlining your move to Warrington. With their help, you will be able to enjoy everything Warrington has to offer as soon as possible.
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