Moving to Southampton
Are you thinking of moving to Southampton. It has a major port and is the closest city to the New Forrest. It’s close to London, has good connections, nice parks and open spaces, good schools and affordable property prices.
Excellent, the M27 and M3 hug the city, trains run to London Waterloo taking 85 minutes; you can travel east to Portsmouth taking an hour or to Brighton taking 1 hour 45 minutes. Southampton Airport flies to most European destinations.
Property prices in Southampton
Average house prices are £210,805 showing a rise of 7.98% over the past 12 months. You can buy a semi-detached property for around £200,000; smaller Victorian terraces for £175,000 and family detached homes starting from £395,000.
Local Council if you are thinking of moving to Southampton
If you are planning to move to Southampton, and need information on schools, planning permission, parking permits or council tax, council planning permission meetings are held on a regular basis. Simply contact:
Woolston Infant School
Chamberlayne College for the Arts
You have West Quay for shopping; Oxford Street for bars and restaurants and the wonderful Harbour Lights art-house cinema for a bit of culture.
Cable and Phone Connections
If you’re moving to Southampton, and need to know the broadband availability, simply visit http://www.cable.co.uk/
Domestic Removals Southampton
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If you are looking to move to the Southampton area, White and Company have been providing a removals service for over 140 years and are members of the British Association of Removers.
White & Company also provide specialist removal services to locations around the UK, Jersey and Guernsey. We work tirelessly to provide the best possible service and peace of mind for those looking to move home.
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Moving To Southampton, February 5, 2015