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Looking for conveyancing in Wakefield - here are a few useful Wakefield conveyancing hints:
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • When shopping around for a conveyancing quote, ask to speak to the actual person at the conveyancing solicitors who will be acting for you. At this early stage you may well be able to get a feeling of how they will treat you throughout the transaction and therefore save you time and money in the future.

Moving home in the Wakefield 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.
  • We all know that first impressions count! Stand outside your house and pretend you were looking at it for the first time. If at all possible put right anything that looks worn or out of place. Ask yourself – would I want to live in a property like this.

A snapshot of Wakefield


Wakefield is a modern city with a rich history. Wakefield borough is made up of more than forty towns which include countryside and villages. Wakefield has a population of about 80,000 people. The history of this city can be traced to the middle ages. No wonder the city is rich in archaeological treasures. Apart from its numerous museums, historical sites and heritage centres, the city has a vibrant, modern setting.


Wakefield was popular in the medieval era because of its clothing industry. The region also indulged in coal mining which declined with the closure of mines in the late twentieth century. Caphouse Colliery is the oldest mine in the country and has ever since been turned into a coal mining museum that provides exhibitions, educational events and tours. Sandal castle is the castle where the Duke of York lost in the war of roses’. This castle has been immortalized by the famous rhyme Grand Duke of York’.


The Wakefield Art Gallery features a collection of sculptures and paintings that date back to the sixteenth and twentieth century. Local sculptors, Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore are featured in the gallery’s exhibitions. The Wakefield Cycle is a famous performance of 32 plays that are based upon stories of the bible and folk tales in various locations of the city. The cycle takes over 32 days and is an old British tradition.


Wakefield markets have originated since 1204. There are currently eight markets in Wakefield. The markets mainly trade in food, clothing and electrical. There are special markets held during particular times of the year such as the Victorian market and Farmers market.


Wakefield is also famous for the Superbowl that has 28 ten-pin bowling lanes, a café, bar and an amusement area. Knottingley sports centre is among the five leisure centres in Wakefield and has martial art classes, fitness gyms, a pool and snack bar.



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