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Instructing a Solicitor when moving home in Nuneaton

If you are looking for a solicitor in Nuneaton for your home move, a local Solicitor with experience across Warwickshire can assist you in getting your property transaction underway today.

The market town of Nuneaton has direct access to the M6 motorway and the M42 and M69 to provide excellent access from all directions. It is also located on a railway junction where the Birmingham to Leicester line crosses the West coast main line. Electronics and distribution are major economic activities in the town.

Conveyancing in Nuneaton is carried out for properties throughout the many residential locations, such as Lindley and Maple Park and the sought after area of Whitestone. Dwellings of all types and sizes are available, from modern 3 and 4 bed residences to flats and apartments.

Conveyancing in Nuneaton and property searches are carried out via the local authority district at Nuneaton Town Hall, Coton Road, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, CV11 5AA. Enquiries can be submitted electronically and replies are generally retuned within a few days. Search results will provide detailed information to prospective home owners to ensure that informed decisions can be made and that any matters which might adversely affect the property are identified before completion.

Information supplied by the council includes:

  • planning history
  • road status and proposals for nearby road schemes
  • listed buildings
  •  housing grants
  • local land charges which include:  
    • conditions imposed in a planning permission
    • enforcement notices
    • tree preservation orders
    • financial charges e.g. costs for works carried out in default by the council such as drainage repairs

Solicitors with experience Conveyancing in Nuneaton will be familiar with the common issues and concerns that can arise and will advise you accordingly.

Nuneaton homes in protected areas

If a property is situated in one of Tamworth’s conservation areas, Abbey or Bulkington, sellers will be asked to confirm that they have not carried out any unauthorised works to the building.

Planning permission is required for works carried out to dwellings in these areas, including: changing roof materials, windows and doors, removing chimneys and front boundary walls, painting previously unpainted external brick house walls, and adding porches and small extensions. The local council has the authority to require the removal of any alterations that have not been authorised, so it is important that this is investigated by your handling Solicitor.

For more information about Conveyancing in Nuneaton for your home move, contact Fridaysmove on 0800 038 6446.

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