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Location and Travel
Stoke-on-Trent generally known as Stoke is in Staffordshire.
Stoke is widely known for its pottery and commonly The Potteries. Famous names of pottery made in Stoke are Royal Doulton, Spode, Wedgewood. The building of the Trent & Mersey Canal made it possible for the import of china clay from Cornwall and with other materials helped the production of bone china.
There were several national records set by the Stoke mining industry. Wolstanton Colliery had the deepest mining shafts in Europe at 3,197 ft, and in 1933 Chatterley Whitfield Colliery became the first Colliery in the country to mine one million tons of coal.
The mines are now closed.
Stoke is half way between Manchester and Birmingham. It is a city of 6 towns, Tunstall, Fenton, Burslem, Hanley, Longton, Stoke.
Alton Towers is 10 miles from Stoke.
The main shopping centre is in Hanley.
The A500 links Stoke to the M6. The train station is on the Manchester to London line. National Express buses operation a route to London.
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Q & A's on Conveyancing Quotes Stoke-on-Trent
A: There are many conveyancing solicitors in Stoke-on-Trent offering special offers and good deals. While they may seem enticing at first, buyers should be aware of hidden charges. At conveyancingsupermarket.com there is a recommended panel of lenders to choose from, who will offer an all-in price from the start.
A: Conveyancers will carry out a great deal of work on your behalf leading up to completion. This will include local searches including whether the alterations to the property were made with the consent of the local authority.
A: First, do your homework before contacting a conveyancer. Understand the process, and answer any queries as quickly and as fully as you can. You should not contact your conveyancer to try to hurry them along unless you haven’t heard from them for more than ten days.
A: Stamp Duty is charged at different rates according to the value of the property, starting at £125,001. The duty on a property of this price would be £7,500. Visit www.stampcalculator.co.uk to see the Stamp Duty liable on any UK property.
A: Nationally, the average time is around ten weeks, and Stoke-on-Trent compares favourably with this figure. As long as the process goes smoothly, you should have the keys to your new home in less than three months after having an offer accepted. However, it is a complicated procedure and despite your conveyancer’s diligence, there may be some unavoidable obstacles.
A: You will definitely need a mortgage valuation report that gives details to your lender. However, this does not report on the condition of the property. For this you can choose a survey based on the age and condition of the building. A straightforward Condition Report is suitable for new-build and good condition homes. A Home Condition survey will go into more details but, if you have any concerns, a full structural survey is worth the typical cost of £600. Any serious problems that need work will be highlighted, and the probable cost of future repairs should be taken off the purchase price.