By way of an introduction, the Green Belt policy was established in 1955 with the primary aim of preventing urban sprawl. There are now 14 separate areas of Green Belt with a coverage totalling approximately 13% of England.
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Whether buying, selling, transferring or releasing equity, or letting it as an investment, dealing with property can be daunting and stressful. This need not be the case.
Your choice of property lawyer (conveyancer) will be the single biggest factor in determining how stressful the experience is for you, particularly when it comes to buying or selling. Our residential property lawyers offer expert advice and representation. We provide fixed-fee conveyancing quotes with absolutely no hidden charges and our conveyancing services include professional advice and regular updates throughout the process.
From our five offices in Braintree, Sudbury, Halstead, Tiptree and Coggeshall we advise thousands of people across Essex and Suffolk every year in relation to conveyancing and other residential property related matters.
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You can meet your property lawyer or conveyancer face to face at any one of our five offices across Essex & Suffolk, at any point during your residential property transaction.
Or if you prefer to keep in touch by phone or email, we are happy to do whichever is most convenient for you.
This autumn, Homes & Hills planning law solicitors will once again be holding a number of planning seminars to discuss changes to planning legislation, recent legal developments and the implications of these for property, development and planning professionals.
Holmes & Hills Solicitors’ Commercial Property Team will be delivering a Commercial Property Law Update in Chelmsford.
Holmes & Hills Solicitors’ Commercial Property Team will be delivering a Commercial Property Law Update in Colchester.
Holmes & Hills Solicitors presents Business Leaders' Lunch with guest speaker Phil Eckersley, Bank of England.