The Victorian seaside town of Southport is on the coast, and was originally known as an affluent spa town bringing money and investment to the area. In the 19th Century, Southport, with its easy access to the Leeds Liverpool canal, was a haven for tourists.

A lot of properties were built in the Victorian era, and with this came leasehold titles, freehold titles and covenants. Therefore, it is important that your solicitor checks the title to your property properly and advises you as to how this could affect you in the future.

Some of the surrounding areas of towns and villages, such as Hesketh Bank and Tarleton are built on moss lands and wetland. These areas, within the Ribble coastline may have an impact on property in the area. The environmental impact of this should be looked at when purchasing property here and having a concise search package will provide checks on your behalf.  

A mix of old and new style buildings with many old Victorian homes have been converted to apartments ideal for retirement accommodation therefore your conveyancing solicitor will guide you along the path of conveyancing sympathetically and with expert knowledge.

We can guide you through leases and role of the Management Company and talk you through all your obligations under the lease allowing you peace of mind when you move to your new home.