Conveyancing in Manchester – New tram line benefits local home owners

Buyers who have recently instructed a Solicitor for their Conveyancing in Manchester should be aware of plans to construct a new Metrolink line, with trams running to Manchester Victoria from Newton Heath and Moston (formerly Dean Lane railway station) and Central Park.

Transport for Greater Manchester is currently consulting on plans for a second Metrolink line through the city, which would run from the Deansgate-Castlefield stop, through St Peter's Square, along Princess Street, Cross Street and Corporation Street to Victoria Station.

New housing developments in Manchester, together with the upgrades to the transport system, have benefited current residents, and encouraged buyers to purchase homes in the city; particularly in the Moston district.

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Redrow is currently working with Manchester City Council (Town Hall, Albert Square, Manchester, M60 2LA) to build homes in the Moston and Harpurhey areas, close to where two of the new tram stops are set to open this Autumn. The new Metrolink tram line will offer frequent services to Manchester Victoria, making the homes the ideal choice for those who want easy access to the city centre.

One of the developments is Hanson Gardens situated at Hugo Street, Off Lightbowne Road, Moston, Manchester, M40 5EN. The collection is a mix of 2 & 3 bedroom homes from £78, 746 with shared equity. Redrow is also offering buyers the opportunity to defer 25% of the purchase price for 10 years, interest free.

If you are thinking of purchasing a property that is currently under construction or a newly-built dwelling in Manchester, it is advisable to instruct a Solicitor who is familiar with Conveyancing in Manchester for new-build properties, to assist you with the legal aspects of your transaction.