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Conveyancing in Coalville need not be stressful. Fridaysmove's panel of communicative and professional solicitors are conveyancing specialists that assist 1, 000's of sellers and property purchasers every month.

We guarantee the solicitor's quoted fees are fixed, and include a No Move, No Fee guarantee.

Get a fixed fee conveyancing quote for a move online today, or speak to one of our conveyancing team on 0330 660 0286.

Cheap conveyancers in Coalville

It will pay to always obtain alternate conveyancing quotes whenever you are hunting for cheap conveyancing in Coalville. Additionally you have to study the formal official terms of business for hidden charges that can inflate the bill .

We only use affordable SRA-regulated house moving lawyers in Leicestershire. In addition to cheap fees, quality of service is without compromise and highly recommended.

Guidance for completing the legal work for your property transaction sooner

Your solicitor in Coalville will take action to push your sale or purchase through to completion. This includes contacting other parties to reduce delays. Additionally, there are several things you can do to speed up the move:

  • Ask your solicitor to order searches as soon as you can
  • Send specific enquiries to your solicitor as soon as you can
  • Turnaround your identification promptly

You can potentially shave a week or more off the conveyancing process with these suggestions.

No Sale No Fee Conveyancing in Coalville - Our Guarantee

It can be really stressful when a move falls through before completion. Umpteen causes may lead to the property transaction not completing, for instance personal reasons or the property is down valued.

With our no completion no fee guarantee, you will not have to pay for any solicitors fees if your sale or purchase fails to proceed.

Any deposit paid can be put towards another purchase or sale so you only pay for any third party disbursements, for instance managing agent information.

Online Conveyancing Solicitors

While it is correct that there is wide variance in the quality of conveyancing from solicitor to solicitor, fees, speed or quality of communication have hardly anything to do with whether a conveyancing solicitor markets their services online.

Although some buyers and sellers prefer to visit their conveyancing lawyer in person, it is not necessary. An attentive and pragmatic conveyancing solicitor will often complete your conveyancing faster than one who requires you to come to their office.


Remortgage-specialist conveyancers who work with us handle all the legal work for property owners intending to remortgage their house. Our conveyancing solicitors quote low solicitor's fees, with no hidden extras in their terms.

These Coalville property lawyers can act on behalf of all the building societies and lenders across England and Wales.

Comparing conveyancing fees for Coalville solicitors

Solicitors charges for Coalville buyers and sellers are comprised of two individual components, namely fees and disbursements.

Legal disbursements are basically through costs incurred by the property lawyer and passed on to the home mover e.g. a Regulated Drainage & Water Search or a FloodSolutions Brief. The solicitors fees are the sums you pay to the Coalville solicitor for the legal work.

The key to comparing Coalville conveyancing solicitors charges is to make sure you read the conveyancers terms before you instruct.

Terms can often include conveyancing fees for an indemnity insurance arrangement.

Coalville New Build Conveyancing

The lack of property has prompted increased new build construction. Pros when choosing new build homes include better security, but some of the cons include being on notice to complete by or on a specific date.

Things to think about when buying new builds include whether all relevant easements are addressed. Purchasers should secure their mortgage and select a solicitor as soon as they can.

Leicestershire House Prices

YearAverage House Price (£ s)
May 2004 143, 552
May 2005 156, 568
May 2006 157, 317
May 2007 166, 910
May 2008 167, 648
May 2009 141, 237
May 2010 149, 706
May 2011 148, 062
May 2012 145, 564
May 2013 145, 363
Flooding in Coalville

Flood Risk Assessment

Many homes across Leicestershire are susceptible to flooding. The recent expiration of a deal between insurers and the Government to provide cover for flood-risk homes has caused controversy. It is advisable to ask the vendor directly if the property or area has flooded before, and if so, what the impact was to the residence.

The Environment Agency regularly update their data for flood risks in Coalville and across Leicestershire, including a mapping tool for postcode-level reference.

Mining in Coalville

Will you need to get a Coal Authority search when you purchase a home in Coalville?

There has never been any central record of all mines, so it can be difficult to find comprehensive information about mining activity in or near Coalville. If a residence is located in an area where mining occurred, or is thought to have taken place, a search will be undertaken. A coal search will indicate whether any opencast workings have taken place or are planned in the vicinity. A separate environmental search is therefore also required in affected areas. Unfortunately, due to the industry's extremely long history, and the fact that there has never been any central mining authority, there is no single source of information about the location of mines. This means that searches are less straightforward than a buyer may anticipate.

Localauthority in Coalville

Conveyancing searches in Coalville

Buying or selling a property is one of the biggest financial transactions you will make in your life. A local authority search is carried out by our Conveyancing in Coalville Solicitors on behalf of our clients and forms part of the Conveyancing process. The results of the search provide important information about the property you are intending to purchase or sell.

The enquiries fall broadly into three categories:

  • Planning – enquiries relating to the control of development
  • Highways enquiries relating to highways, traffic schemes, railways etc.
  • Environmental Health, such as contaminated land and noise abatement

Properties in Coalville, LE67 fall into the local authority area of North West Leicestershire district council. Local search results in Coalville.

There are a number of major developments that have been approved by the council for improvements and works in Coalville. A regeneration programme in Coalville aims to offer a range of quality homes and environmental improvements that will be developed in four phases. Some of the original properties that are in the worst condition will be cleared. Others will be repaired and improved with the help of financial schemes for residents. Some residents will be offered support to move into a new home, and a five-year new-build scheme will see almost 300 homes built for rent, shared ownership and sale to both current and new residents.

A major extension to a quarry is being recommended for approval in Coalville. Some residents have argued that the scheme would ruin the countryside and increase traffic and a petition against the scheme has been started and there are concerns about noise and dust impact on residents. The council reports however, that once fully operational the proposed development would make a significant contribution to meeting Leicestershire's crushed rock apportionment into the future, securing employment and other economic benefits for the area.

The council is exercising measures to deal with the illegal and unwanted disposal of household and trade waste in the open countryside, by the side of roads and on private land. This has been identified as a big problem in the North West Leicestershire area and can be hazardous to public health. For this reason the offence is subject to a penalty of up to £50, 000.

Contaminated in Coalville

Are you buying a Coalville house that may be built near contaminated land ?

Coalville property lawyers will do comprehensive specialist searches to ensure the house you are purchasing is not built on local authority defined (North West Leicestershire District Council in Coalville) registered contaminated land. Industrial processes in and around Coalville that have now ceased will nevertheless often leave waste or residue that risks damaging the local environment. Searches for contaminated land do not initially involve any physical inspection, but are based on old records of land use. Purchasers of new build property around Coalville should be aware that brownfield sites have increasingly been developed. In such circumstances, it is vital that your solicitor check that the correct clean up work has been carried out. Risks associated with contaminated land include inhalation of hazardous dust, exposure to lead and other toxic substances, and water pollution.

Coalville landfill sites:

  • Bradgate Landfill, Leicester Road, Markfield, LE67 9RH. The site has not been classified.
  • Hanson Mill Lane Landfill Site, Heather Brickworks, Mill Lane, Leicestershire, LE67 2RD. The site has been classified as inert.

Fridaysmove assisted more than 1700 buyers and sellers in Leicestershire and across the UK in August 2015

Recent completions :

  • Freehold Purchase on Cumberland Road, Coalville, LE67, £61,000
  • Freehold Sale on Station Road, Hugglescote, LE67, £119,950
  • Freehold Sale on Greenfields Drive, Coalville, Leicestershire, LE67, £125,000
  • Freehold Sale on Curzon Street, Ibstock, Leicestershire, LE67, £249,950

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