The people of Greenwich appear to be determined that the recent riots which affected parts of the borough will not dampen their spirits.
Local traders have been quick to clear up the damage, and the Council is working with them to ensure that businesses in the area are back on their feet as soon as possible. But will buyers' doubts after the riots delay Conveyancing in Greenwich?
It has recently been announced that the Council has voted unanimously to change the name of the borough to the Royal Borough of Greenwich. The change will come into effect from 3rd January 2012, following the announcement that Her Majesty the Queen intends to confer Royal Borough status on Greenwich as part of her Diamond Jubilee celebrations in 2012.
Old and new homes for sale in Greenwich
Greenwich has been a favoured residential location since the 17th century. It features many fine homes from the Georgian period onwards, and buyers can expect to pay well over £2 million for larger period properties in the town. Despite the recent social upheaval, these fundamental factors of the region are unlikely to damped purchasers ambitions in the long run.
However the area is not just a museum-piece, and new developments are being constructed or planned in the area. One such is New Capital Quay at 94 Greenwich High Road. This will be a residential mixed use development comprising a total of 11 blocks arranged around a series of entrance courtyards. It will provides a diverse mix of 636 luxury 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments. The development is designed so that a substantial portion of the residential accommodation will benefit a waterside aspect.
Whether buying a period home in a conservation area or a brand new luxury apartment, you will need the best professional advice for Conveyancing in Greenwich. Fridaysmove can assist with a Conveyancing Solicitor who takes full advantage of modern technology which will make Conveyancing in Greenwich just as fast as possible for you.
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