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Looking for conveyancing in Huddersfield - here are a few useful Huddersfield conveyancing hints:
  • Check if the conveyancing quote you receive from any particular firm includes acting for your mortgage lender and completing the required stamp duty form. All conveyancing quotes on include these items as standard.
  • If you can, ask your conveyancing solicitor to email any documents to you rather than post them to save time and help to speed up your sale or purchase.
  • If the property is in an area of past or present coal mining activity (you may not even be aware of this!) you may need to obtain a Coal Mining report. Ask your conveyancing solicitors to check this for you and advise you of any potential costs.

Moving home in the Huddersfield area - here are a few of our favourite home moving tips:
  • When trying to sell your property, you may have to show many potential buyers around your house. Putting fresh flowers and herbs around the house ensures that your house looks bright and fresh and makes a dark corner look all the better.
  • When choosing an estate agent to market your property, make sure to find out how they intend to advertise it. For example, do they advertise purely online or in the local paper as well? Knowing these things will stop any confusion arising once you have signed a contract with them.
  • If you are trying to sell a house and have animals at home, ensure that all mess is cleaned up in the garden and if possible have the animal out of the house when showing prospective buyers around. If you have a caged animal make sure the bedding is clean and again if possible leave the pet with a friend or neighbour when conducting viewings.

Read a little more about Huddersfield


Huddersfield is a market town in west Yorkshire, England. It is 10 miles from Bradford and 190 miles north of London. The population of the town is roughly 150,000 people. In 2001, it was established that Huddersfield was the 10th largest town in the UK.


Huddersfield became famous at the time of the industrial revolution and in 1895, when the local rugby team was founded. The football team, Huddersfield Town FC was founded in 1908. The train station in Huddersfield is described as being the most impressive fa├žade in England. The train station recently got a one million pound refurbishment.


Huddersfield has been inhabited for 4,000 years. In the mid 18th century, the remains of a Roman fort were found near the town. The city boasts of a number of tourist attractions. Victoria Tower, situated at the Castle Hill, is one of the famous attractions in the town. The railway station is another amazing site that tourists are eager to visit.


Huddersfield indulges mostly in manufacturing though the university is the largest employer in the city. In the past, the city was popular for its textile industry. During the industrial revolution, Huddersfield was a region that experience civil unrest. Europe had to deal with frequent wars which dampened trade and cause the crops to fail. Local weavers faced unemployment following the introduction of machinery. Luddites destroyed mills and machines to retaliate against artificial labour with the most popular attacks being the one on Cartwright- a mill owner who was known to be cruel. An army was deployed to tackle the rebellion of the Luddites. The movement faded out and parliament started a program where the unemployed had a welfare provision while the work conditions in mills were greatly improved.


Huddersfield was established as a municipal borough in 1868 comprised of the parishes of Dalton, Almondbury, Lockwood, Huddersfield and Lindley-cum-Quarmby. In 1889, it became a county borough. The county borough was scrapped in 1974 and the metropolitan borough of Kirklees was established.



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