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May Solicitors
80 Lytham Road





May Solicitors is a specialist conveyancing firm located in Preston, offering services for all your residential conveyancing needs.


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Looking for conveyancing in Preston - here are a few useful Preston conveyancing hints:
  • When buying a property with a mortgage, some searches are compulsory (for example Local Authority Search). However, there are more searches available to buyers and you can ask your conveyancing solicitors to discuss any further searches that may be advisable.
  • A Local Authority search will only reveal entries relating to the particular property you are buying. If you require more information about surrounding properties ask your conveyancing solicitor to advise you of any further searches that can be undertaken.
  • If your chosen property is leasehold, there may well be additional disbursements (third party expenses) incurred as a result of conditions contained in the Lease and the requirements of your mortgage lender (if any). These costs are often unknown at the outset but an experienced conveyancing solicitor will be able to give you a broad idea of these at the outset – don’t be afraid to ask these questions when getting your conveyancing quote.

Moving home in the Preston area - here are a few of our favourite home moving tips:
  • 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.
  • When showing the property, open all curtains and blinds to let as much natural light in as possible and make the rooms look larger.
  • It may sound obvious, but when your property is up for sale make sure that it is always clean and tidy. You never know when a last minute buyer may want to view the property and keeping on top of the cleaning will make it easier for you to accept someone at short notice.

Little Known Facts About Preston


Preston was initially a village. It was known as Priest’s tun meaning priest’s estate or farm. Preston is a Lancashire administrative centre situated on the North bank of River Ribble. Preston was situated on a river making it possible to transport goods to and from the village. Preston was also the main road from North to South of England.


In the 19th century, Preston transformed from a tiny market town to a large industrial city following the inventions of the last half of the 18th century. One of the crucial inventions made in Preston is the water frame by Richard Arkwright. This invention gave rise to cotton mills in many English Towns. Preston is also famous for being the first English town situated outside London to use gas as a source of light.


The negative aspect of industrialization in Preston was the 1842 Preston strike. During this strike, cotton workers demonstrated against the terrible working conditions in the mills. Some notable historic figures that visited Preston during the 1850s include Karl Marx and Charles Dickens. Karl Marx referred to Preston as “the next St Petersburg”.


The Cotton industry collapsed in 1918 after the end of World War 1 leading to a rise in unemployment. However, Preston developed new industries such as engineering, electrical goods manufacturing and the building sector. Preston is currently represented by 19 council wards. It is divided between the constituencies of Preston and Wyre. After being granted city status by the queen, Preston became a target for many investors. Residential buildings were constructed mainly to serve as offices and hotels in the central business district.


Preston is the home of the Preston North End F.C., one of the founding members of the Football League and the first champions of the English Football competition. On the 6th of April 2012, the residents of Preston performed a drama known as the “Preston Passion”, a dramatized version of the biblical passion of Christ.



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