Residential Property & Conveyancing Solicitors

Residential Property & Conveyancing Solicitors

Whether you are buying your first home or your dream home, our experienced solicitors and lawyers will guide you through the conveyaning process.

We value our reputation which is based on exceptional service and that’s why our clients come back to us and recommend us to others too. That’s important as we believe that the expertise and service we offer our clients sets us apart.

If you are moving home, or buying and selling an investment property or taking out a mortgage we are here to help you through every step of the process.

What is residential conveyancing?

In a nutshell, conveyancing is the legal work involved when buying or selling property or transferring the ownership from one person to another.

Typically a sale or purchase will include preparing a contract, investigating title, searches, exchange of contracts, payment of Stamp Duty Land Tax and registration at HM Land Registry.

Most people use a law firm to do the work for them as real estate law can be a complicated business and is governed by property, mortgage and common law.

If a mortgage loan is involved, you will need a lawyer.

UK Government Guides for people looking to buy or sell a home in England and Wales

Pricing

Fees for the Purchase of a Residential Property

No two purchases are exactly the same and there are many factors that will impact how we handle the transaction and our fees. For example, a new build flat takes much more time to deal with than a Victorian semi-detached house. Other examples are whether or not the title to the property is unregistered, if the building is listed, if you are buying with a mortgage, if the title is defective or if the lease term is short and needs to be extended.

We will always give you an estimate that is tailored to you and your purchase at the start of the transaction and this gives you a much better idea of the costs involved.

As a guide, our fees range from £1,000 (plus VAT) for a simple and straight-forward purchase or £1,200 (plus VAT) for the same property but where you are buying with a mortgage. Depending on the nature of the transaction, our fees could be higher, up to £2,000 plus VAT for a new build leasehold flat with a mortgage. If the property is very high in value or is a large estate, you can expect to pay more.

Expenses

These are the expenses you can expect to have to pay:

Freehold Leasehold
£3 – Land Registry (each copy document) £3 – Land Registry (each copy document)
£350 – approximately for searches and reports £350 – approximately for searches and reports
£3 – Land Registry search £3 – Land Registry search
£2 – (per name/search bankruptcy search £2 – (per name/search bankruptcy search
(if you are buying with a mortgage) (if you are buying with a mortgage)
£100 – approximately for notice of charge to be served on the freeholder
Possible further expenses are:
Deed of covenant fee, licence to assign fee (if required by the lease). The fee is charged by the freeholder and charges vary but budget for £100

If you are buying a share in the freehold, there is a further Land Registry registration fee to pay

If you are buying a share in a company that owns the freehold, there is usually a fee to transfer the share certificate and you should budget for about £75

£ -the Land Registry application fee is based on the value of the property and please use the link to check
https://www.gov.uk/guidance/hm-land-registry-registration-services-fees#scale-2-fees

£ – Stamp Duty Land Tax is based on the purchase price and other factors and please use the link to check
https://www.tax.service.gov.uk/calculate-stamp-duty-land-tax/#/intro

The list of expenses is not exhaustive and other expenses may be payable depending on factors that arise during the process of investigating the title and dealing with the lender’s requirements.

The stages and what our fee includes

The conveyancing process that our work covers is:

  • we will take instructions from you, open a file and write to you with our letter of engagement and some forms to complete
  • you sign and return the letter of engagement (to confirm your instructions) and complete and return the forms
  • we verify your i.d. and you let us have money on account
  • we receive the contract and supporting papers from the seller’s solicitors, check them and raise enquiries of the seller’s solicitors
  • we prepare a report on the title for you and send the contract to you to sign and return together with a plan of the property and the Stamp Duty Land Tax form
  • if you are buying with a mortgage, we receive instructions from the lender and a copy of your mortgage offer and
  • we check the lender’s requirements and make sure they can be complied with and
  • we report to you on the terms of the mortgage offer and arrange for you to sign and return the mortgage deed
  • we request searches, check the results and report to you
  • for leasehold properties, the seller’s solicitors send to us the management information and we check it is acceptable
  • you sign the contract and other documents and return them to us
  • you arrange the buildings insurance (for freehold purchases)
  • once we have received satisfactory replies to enquiries and search results we let you know so that you can arrange with the estate agents a completion date that the seller and other parties in the chain agree
  • you let us have the deposit (unless you have a related sale) which is usually 10% of the purchase price
  • we exchange contracts
  • between exchange and completion, we carry out pre-completion searches at the Land Registry and provide you with a completion statement
  • if you have a mortgage we request the money from the lender
  • completion takes place and we send the completion money to the seller’s solicitors and once received, they confirm completion and the estate agents release the keys to the property to you
  • the seller’s solicitors send the transfer document to us and we register it (and the mortgage) at the Land Registry
  • for leasehold properties, we serve notice on the freeholder that you are the new owner (and you have a mortgage)
  • once the registration at the Land Registry has been completed we send a copy of the title to you

What our fee does not include

Our fee is based on certain assumptions and on the basis that:

  • no associated work is required such as dealing with an unregistered title or a transfer of equity or a lease extension
  • the matter proceeds in a simple and straight- forward manner and with the standard amount of contact with you, your broker (if any) and lender that we would expect
  • there are no unusual complexities. Examples of complexities that may arise include discrepancies in the title, adverse entries in the search results, dealing with multiple titles, time sensitivities or private drainage
  • Our fees do not include dealing with occupier’s consent forms, guarantees, gifted deposits or deeds of covenants. We charge extra for these and some other services
  • If any these situations arise, we will provide you with a revised fee.

How long will it take?

Each transaction is unique and it’s hard to say with certainty how long it will take especially where there are a number of sellers and buyers in a chain.
As a guide most freehold purchases take between 4 – 6 weeks from the time we receive the contract package to exchange of contracts. In the case of a leasehold purchase, a guide is 6 – 8 weeks from receipt of the contract pack from the seller’s solicitors to exchange. It could take less time or much longer and we cannot control the time as we are dependent on third parties.

We endeavour to keep you up-dated as the purchase progresses.
Most completion dates are one week after exchange of contracts but again, it could be longer but are not often shorter.

Who will do the work for you?

It’s important to know! We have a highly regarded team of solicitors, trainee legal executives and paralegals who collectively have many years experience. We aim to provide you with clear and practical advice throughout and to work to your timescale wherever possible.

Existing or returning clients

We offer existing and returning clients a 5% discount on our fees and fees for associated work.
If you would like to find out more or would like to instruct us or have any queries, please get in touch conveyancing@coolebevisllp.com or call one of our offices.

Fees for the Sale of a Residential Property

No two sales are exactly the same and there are many factors that will impact how we handle the transaction and our fees. For example, a flat takes much longer to deal with than a semi-detached house. Other examples are whether or not the title to the property is unregistered if the building is listed, if the title is defective or if the lease term is short and needs to be extended.

We will give you an estimate that is tailored to you and your sale and this gives you a much better idea of the cost.

As a guide our fees range from £1,000 (plus VAT) for a simple and straight- forward sale of a freehold house or £1,200 (plus VAT) for a leasehold flat. Depending on the nature of the transaction, our fees could be higher, up to £2,000 (plus VAT) if there are complexities. If the property has a very high value or is a large estate, you can expect to pay more.

Expenses

These are the expenses you can expect to have to pay:

Freehold Leasehold
£6 – Land Registry (title and plan) £6 – Land Registry (title and plan)
£3 – Land Registry (each copy document) £3 – Land Registry (each copy document)
£400 – approximately for management information

The list of expenses is not exhaustive and other expenses may be payable depending on factors that arise during the sale.

The stages and what our fee includes

The conveyancing process that our work covers is:

  • we will take instructions from you, open a file and write to you with our letter of engagement and some forms to complete
  • you sign and return the letter of engagement (to confirm your instructions) and complete and return the forms to us
  • we verify your i.d.and you let us have money on account
  • we obtain a copy of the title from the Land Registry and check it
  • if you have an existing mortgage over the property, we obtain a redemption statement
  • we prepare the contract and transfer and send it to the buyer’s solicitors
  • we obtain the management information from the freeholder/managing agents
  • for leasehold properties) and send that to the buyer’s solicitors
  • we review the enquiries raised by the buyer’s solicitors and take instructions from you
  • once approved by the buyer’s solicitors, we send the contract and transfer to you to sign and return to us
  • after all the enquiries have been answered, you have returned the contract and transfer and we have a redemption figure, you agree a completion date with the buyer
  • exchange of contracts takes place
  • between exchange of contracts and completion we obtain a redemption statement (if you have a mortgage to pay off) and provide you with a completion statement
  • completion takes place once we receive the money from the buyer’s solicitors
  • we pay off any existing mortgage and pay the estate agents
  • we send the net sale proceeds to you or use them for your related purchase

What our fee does not include

Our fee is based on certain assumptions and on the basis that:

  • no associated work is required such as dealing with an unregistered title or a lease extension
  • the matter proceeds in a simple and straight-forward manner and with the standard amount of contact with you, your broker (if any) and lender that we would expect
  • there are no unusual complexities. Examples of complexities that may arise include discrepancies in the title, dealing with multiple titles or listed buildings

How long will it take?

Each transaction is unique and it’s hard to say with certainty how long it will take especially where there are a number of sellers and buyers in a chain.

As a guide most freehold sales take between 4 – 6 weeks from us sending the contract pack to the buyer’s solicitors to exchange of contracts. In the case of a leasehold purchase, a guide is 6 – 8 weeks from us sending the contract pack to the buyer’s solicitors to exchange. It could take less time or much longer and we cannot control the time as we are dependent on third parties.

We endeavour to keep you up-dated as the sale progresses.

Most completions dates are one week after exchange of contracts but again, it could be longer but are not often shorter.

Who will do the work for you?

It’s important to know! We have a highly regarded team of solicitors, trainee legal executives and paralegals who collectively have many years of experience. We aim to provide you with clear and practical advice throughout and to work to your timescale wherever possible.

Existing or returning clients

We offer existing and returning clients a 5% discount on our fees and fees for associated work.

If you would like to find out more or would like to instruct us or have any queries, please get in touch conveyancing@coolebevisllp.com or call one of our offices.

What are property searches?

What are they and what do they mean for you? Are they necessary?

These are not usually something you come across unless you are involved in buying and selling a property but they are standard for residential conveyancing. There are a variety of searches available which not only provide information about a property but some will provide details about land in the area.

The purpose of the searches is to discover information which may impact on your decision to buy the property.

If you are buying with a mortgage, you will need to have some searches and reports. Even if you don’t need a mortgage we think you should have searches to protect your investment.

Why choose Coole Bevis LLP to carry out my conveyancing?

We understand property law and our expert team of residential solicitors and conveyancers explain it to you in a helpful and informative way.

Every transaction is different and we have seen them all, houses, flats, cottages, bungalows, city centre apartments, country mansions or house boats across England and Wales and we can help you with yours.

We know how important buying and selling is to you and work with you, the estate agent and mortgage broker to complete all your legal work and provide our customers with the advice you need.

We are accredited to the Conveyancing Quality Scheme(CQS) and our experienced residential property team can help.

Our residential property team can help you with:

  • Selling a home
  • Buying a home
  • Auction sales and purchases
  • Transfer of equity
  • Buy to let
  • Help to Buy scheme
  • Right to Buy
  • First time buyers
  • Leasehold
  • Freehold
  • Mortgages
  • Shared ownership Schemes
  • Equity release (ERC)

Our expert conveyancing team are on hand to help your matter proceed as smoothly as possible and provide you with peace of mind:

  • we use direct dial
  • we will keep you informed throughout the conveyancing process (by email and telephone)
  • we offer appointments available outside of 9-5 please ask, and
  • we are based in offices across East and West Sussex

Whether you’re buying or selling please contact our conveyancing team online or give us a call to arrange the next step!

Standard Residential Conveyancing Searches

Local Authority search

This is a search of information about the Property that is held on the Council’s records. Examples of the information you might find out includes planning and building control and may show if work has been done without the necessary consent or if the road is maintained by the Council. It is specific to the property and will not reveal anything about neighbouring properties.

Water and drainage search

This will show if the property is connected to mains water and drainage and the location of public drains and other useful information.

Environmental report

This provides information about the contamination risk and other factors such as past commercial use, nearby landfill, ground stability and energy and infrastructure projects.

Planning report

Unlike the Local Authority search, this will give you the planning history not only for the property you hope to buy but also for properties in the surrounding area.

Flood risk assessment

As the names suggests, it is an assessment using information from official sources of the flood risk for the area, a useful report given the increase in flooding in recent years.

Chancel repair liability insurance

This is an ancient liability in certain areas and is a potential liability to pay towards the cost of the chancel repairs to a local Church. It is in the process of being abolished but may still be relevant in certain circumstances. It is cheaper to take out a policy of insurance rather than obtain a search and then insure.

This is not an exhaustive list and there are other reports that are relevant to a specific location such as:

  • Coal mining reports
  • HS2
  • Energy and infrastructure
  • Cross rail
  • Common land
  • Tin or brine mining

We’ll let you know if you need others.

How much do conveyancing searches cost?

It depends on where the property is located as Local Authority Searches vary in cost. You should budget for between £300 – £400. The amount of money is small compared to the purchase price.

How long do conveyancing searches take?

The reports are usually desktop and are available on the same day. The Local Authority and water and drainage searches take longer and vary in timescale depending on where the property is located.

Accreditations

The Law Society – Conveyancing Quality

RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY TEAM

FAQ’s

Do I Need A Solicitor To Remortgage?
A remortgage is treated by a lender much in the same way as a purchase. Your mortgage lender will require your conveyancing solicitor to check the title for any defects or restrictions and carry out the appropriate searches on their behalf.

Your conveyancing solicitor will ensure that any old mortgage is removed and the new one registered correctly at Land Registry for them.

What Searches Do Conveyancers Do?
When you instruct a conveyancing solicitor to act for you on your purchase, one of the first things they will do is ask you for money. This is to pay for the searches. There are many different types of conveyancing searches and it is important that your conveyancer establishes which searches are relevant to the property you are buying.

Please see our section on conveyancing searches which contains information the types of searches that are typically carried out in a residential purchase.

How Quickly Can Conveyancing Be Done?
It is difficult to provide an exact timescale as every transaction is different. It will vary on your own circumstances, such as:

  • How long the chain is that you are involved in. A chain is the number of transactions that are linked together.
  • The requirements of other parties in the chain and whether they are willing to move quickly with the transaction.
  • If the property is a new build or shared ownership, this will involve more conveyancing work and take a little longer.

We are happy to work to your timescale and always do our best to make the conveyancing process is as convenient as possible for you.

What Does A Conveyancing Solicitor Do?
A conveyancing solicitor deals with the legal work to transfer the ownership of property or land from one person to another. This is called conveyancing.
How To Choose A Conveyancer?
It is important to choose a conveyancing solicitor that has experience and knowledge to carry out your conveyancing. Your conveyancer should be able to answer any questions you have about your sale or purchase, in plain, clear language. At Coole Bevis LLP, we have an expert team of residential solicitors and conveyancers who are approachable, friendly and knowledgeable. We work closely with estate agents and mortgage brokers to ensure a smooth and swift transaction.
Do You Need A Solicitor To Buy A House?
I have found the property I want to buy, I have a mortgage offer, do I really need a solicitor?

A property is one of the most expensive assets you are likely to purchase. It is vital that you receive expert legal advice to make sure you are buying a property free of any problems that might prevent you selling in the future.

Your solicitor will deal with the completion of your purchase and the registration of your ownership at the Land Registry to ensure your ownership is properly recorded.
If you are buying with a mortgage loan, your lender will require your solicitor to also act for them.

Do I Need A Solicitor To Sell My House?
This might seem like an unnecessary cost, but when you have accepted an offer on your property you will need a specialist conveyancing solicitor to carry out the legal work. It is important to instruct an experienced solicitor who will prepare the correct contract documentation according to your type of transaction. This will ensure that you are properly protected.

Your conveyancing solicitor will answer enquiries received on your behalf and make sure that these are answered in the correct way. Responses to these enquiries should be worded in a way that looks after you interests. Once these enquiries have been answered, they will deal with exchange of contracts and completion of your sale.

If a mortgage loan is involved, you will need a lawyer.

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  • Coole Bevis LLP is proud to offer Legal services in Brighton, Brighton is a Town located in East Sussex in England.
  • Brighton, East Sussex is a part of the Brighton and Hove local authority area in England.
  • Historically, Brighton was part of the county of Sussex.
  • Hove Town Hall is Brighton’s local authority administrative HQ.
  • Brighton’s administrative division of local government is a Unitary_authority.
  • Brighton is located in South East England.
  • Brighton is attributed to Brighton and Hove administrative county districts.
  • Boundaries to an original ecclesiastical parish in the Town of Brighton incorperate Varndean College.
  • The wards and electoral sub divisions of Brighton also include Queen’s Park (ward).
  • The Town of Brighton consolidates hamlets such as Balsdean within its border.
  • The Town of Brighton additionally includes villages such as West Blatchington, Saltdean, Hangleton, Ovingdean, and Stanmer its administrative area.
  • Brighton contains a number of settlements including Montpelier, Kemptown, North Laine, Elm Grove, Round Hill, Saltdean, and Ovingdean.
  • Coole Bevis LLP’s Legal service area in the Town of Brighton also includes Brunswick (Hove), Seven Dials, West Hill, Hanover, and Hangleton.
  • Other service areas of Coole Bevis LLP in Brighton, England are comprised ofNew England Quarter, Patcham, Coldean, Preston Village, and Hollingbury,
  • as well as Brighton’s outlying urban areas Moulsecoomb, Mile Oak, Bear Road, Prestonville, and West Blatchington.
  • Just as importantly Coole Bevis LLP’s Legal services cover the greater Brighton area along with Woodingdean, Whitehawk, Black Rock (Brighton and Hove), Westdene, and Carlton Hill.
  • The small communities of Roedean, Old Steine, Kemp Town, Bevendean, and Portslade are located within Brighton, East Sussex.
  • Within Brighton you find towns such as Aldrington, Stanmer, Rottingdean, Hollingdean, and The Lanes.
  • Other towns including Brighton can be found within the Town of Brighton.
  • The cities of Brighton and Hove can be found within Brighton.
  • Moulsecoomb Place, Waste House, and Brighton Business School are famous through out the England and the United Kingdom.
  • Amongst the numerous schools and further education establishments in Brighton are Falmer High School, and Roedean School.
  • Libraries in Brighton and Hove, and Jubilee Library offer free educational resources in Brighton.
  • Provide a physical education forum within Brighton are Brighton Fishing Museum, and Booth Museum of Natural History.
  • Deliver services locally to Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital, and Royal Sussex County Hospital to the Brighton area.
  • Preston Park, Queen’s Park, and Wild Park are popular with Brighton citizens and known through out England.
  • Roads Connecting Brighton to other major towns and cities includes the A23 road.
  • Local roads within Brighton include Bear Road, London to Brighton Way, and Old Steine.
  • Close to Brighton, Lewes, and Burgess Hill are positioned immediately to the south of the Town.
  • Brighton is best known for Chattri, Royal Suspension Chain Pier, and Brighton Lifeboat Station.
  • Brighton Iconic Buildings include St Mary’s Church, Brighton Forum, and Gothic House.
  • Situated in Brighton, notable heritage assets include Libraries in Brighton and Hove, King and Queen, Thomas Simpson (architect), 11 Dyke Road, and Clock Tower.

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  • Coole Bevis LLP offers Legal services in Horsham, West Sussex, a Town located in England.
  • Horsham is based within South East England.
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  • The Town of Horsham consolidates hamlets such as Tisman’s Common, Maplehurst, and Blackstone within its border.
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  • Last in order of mention, Horsham encompasses Five Oaks, Upper Beeding, Hardham, Dragon’s Green, and Washington.
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  • Coole Bevis LLP’s Legal service area in the Town of Horsham also encompasses Crabtree, West Sussex
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  • Adjoining the Town of Horsham to the south, are the neighbouring settlements of Billingshurst, Mannings_Heath, and Southwater
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Information About Hove

  • Coole Bevis LLP is proud to offer Legal services in Hove, a Town located in East Sussex in England.
  • Hove is part of South East England.
  • Hove is associated with county districts including Brighton and Hove.
  • The Town of Hove also amalgamated hamlets such as Balsdean within its boundaries.
  • The Town of Hove consolidates hamlets such asOvingdean, Saltdean, West Blatchington, Stanmer, and Hangleton within its border.
  • Over the years Hove has assimilated a number of settlements including Saltdean, Aldrington, Rottingdean, Brighton, and Portslade.
  • Other towns including Brighton can be found within the Town of Hove.
  • Hove is home to a variety of cities including Brighton and Hove
  • Hove is covered by the BN3 postal code area.
  • Notable educational establishments in Hove include Deepdene School.
  • Libraries in Brighton and Hove play an important role in Hove.
  • The Montefiore Hospital, and Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital are located within the Hove District.
  • Queen’s Park, Hove Park, and Stanmer are popular with Hove citizens and known through out England.
  • Local roads within Hove include Bear Road, Old Steine, and Elm Grove.
  • Hove reputation can be ascribed to its rich heritage including Old Steine Gardens, and Hove War Memorial.
  • Hove Iconic Buildings include Brighton Forum, Gothic House, and St Mary’s Church.
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  • Worthing is situated in South East England.
  • The local authority within the Borough of Worthing include Worthing College parish councils.
  • The Borough of Worthing consolidates hamlets such asHeene, Durrington, Goring-by-Sea, Salvington, and Offington within its border.
  • Villages within Worthing’s boundaries include Cote, Tarring, High Salvington, Broadwater, and Findon Valley.
  • Worthing is formed by a number of settlements including Heene, Salvington, and Goring-by-Sea.
  • Other towns located within the Borough of Worthing include Tarring, and Broadwater
  • Notable educational establishments in Worthing include Durrington High School, and Schools in Worthing.
  • Additional educational institutions within Worthing are Worthing Museum and Art Gallery, and High Salvington Windmill.
  • Worthing Hospital catchment areas includes Worthing.
  • Beach House Park, and Highdown Gardens are popular with Worthing citizens and known through out England.
  • The major roads feeding Worthing includes the A24 road (England).
  • The Borough of Worthing is flanked to the East by Shoreham_by_Sea.
  • Close to Worthing, Normandy, Buncton, and Picardy are positioned immediately to the south of the Town.
  • Close to Worthing, Steyning, Buncton, and Clapham can be found situated immediately to the north.
  • Worthing reputation can be ascribed to its rich heritage including Cissbury Ring, and High Salvington Windmill.
  • Examples of famous architecture in Worthing include St Mary of the Angels, Worthing.
  • Blended into Worthing a number of buildings of national importance can be found including Durrington-on-Sea railway station, Schools in Worthing, Our Lady of Sion School, East Worthing railway station, and Manor Sports Ground.
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Solicitors In Brighton

Information About Brighton

  • Coole Bevis LLP is proud to offer Legal services in Brighton, Brighton is a Town located in East Sussex in England.
  • Brighton, East Sussex is a part of the Brighton and Hove local authority area in England.
  • Historically, Brighton was part of the county of Sussex.
  • Hove Town Hall is Brighton’s local authority administrative HQ.
  • Brighton’s administrative division of local government is a Unitary_authority.
  • Brighton is located in South East England.
  • Brighton is attributed to Brighton and Hove administrative county districts.
  • Boundaries to an original ecclesiastical parish in the Town of Brighton incorperate Varndean College.
  • The wards and electoral sub divisions of Brighton also include Queen’s Park (ward).
  • The Town of Brighton consolidates hamlets such as Balsdean within its border.
  • The Town of Brighton additionally includes villages such as West Blatchington, Saltdean, Hangleton, Ovingdean, and Stanmer its administrative area.
  • Brighton contains a number of settlements including Montpelier, Kemptown, North Laine, Elm Grove, Round Hill, Saltdean, and Ovingdean.
  • Coole Bevis LLP’s Legal service area in the Town of Brighton also includes Brunswick (Hove), Seven Dials, West Hill, Hanover, and Hangleton.
  • Other service areas of Coole Bevis LLP in Brighton, England are comprised ofNew England Quarter, Patcham, Coldean, Preston Village, and Hollingbury,
  • as well as Brighton’s outlying urban areas Moulsecoomb, Mile Oak, Bear Road, Prestonville, and West Blatchington.
  • Just as importantly Coole Bevis LLP’s Legal services cover the greater Brighton area along with Woodingdean, Whitehawk, Black Rock (Brighton and Hove), Westdene, and Carlton Hill.
  • The small communities of Roedean, Old Steine, Kemp Town, Bevendean, and Portslade are located within Brighton, East Sussex.
  • Within Brighton you find towns such as Aldrington, Stanmer, Rottingdean, Hollingdean, and The Lanes.
  • Other towns including Brighton can be found within the Town of Brighton.
  • The cities of Brighton and Hove can be found within Brighton.
  • Moulsecoomb Place, Waste House, and Brighton Business School are famous through out the England and the United Kingdom.
  • Amongst the numerous schools and further education establishments in Brighton are Falmer High School, and Roedean School.
  • Libraries in Brighton and Hove, and Jubilee Library offer free educational resources in Brighton.
  • Provide a physical education forum within Brighton are Brighton Fishing Museum, and Booth Museum of Natural History.
  • Deliver services locally to Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital, and Royal Sussex County Hospital to the Brighton area.
  • Preston Park, Queen’s Park, and Wild Park are popular with Brighton citizens and known through out England.
  • Roads Connecting Brighton to other major towns and cities includes the A23 road.
  • Local roads within Brighton include Bear Road, London to Brighton Way, and Old Steine.
  • Close to Brighton, Lewes, and Burgess Hill are positioned immediately to the south of the Town.
  • Brighton is best known for Chattri, Royal Suspension Chain Pier, and Brighton Lifeboat Station.
  • Brighton Iconic Buildings include St Mary’s Church, Brighton Forum, and Gothic House.
  • Situated in Brighton, notable heritage assets include Libraries in Brighton and Hove, King and Queen, Thomas Simpson (architect), 11 Dyke Road, and Clock Tower.
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Solicitors In Horsham

Information About Horsham

  • Coole Bevis LLP offers Legal services in Horsham, West Sussex, a Town located in England.
  • Horsham is based within South East England.
  • Horsham is associated with county districts including Horsham.
  • Boundaries to an original ecclesiastical parish in the Town of Horsham incorperate Woodmancote, West Sussex.
  • The Town of Horsham consolidates hamlets such as Tisman’s Common, Maplehurst, and Blackstone within its border.
  • The Town of Horsham also encompasses villages such as Rudgwick, Storrington, Partridge Green, Small Dole, and West Grinstead within its administrative area.
  • Other villages in Horsham include Pulborough, Nutbourne, Monk’s Gate, Woodmancote, and Edburton.
  • Last in order of mention, Horsham encompasses Five Oaks, Upper Beeding, Hardham, Dragon’s Green, and Washington.
  • Over the years Horsham has assimilated a number of settlements including Coolham, Rudgwick, Tisman’s Common, Dial Post, Faygate, Brooks Green, and Slinfold.
  • Coole Bevis LLP’s Legal service area in the Town of Horsham also encompasses Crabtree, West Sussex
  • Other towns located within the Town of Horsham include Horsham, and Storrington
  • Horsham comes under the RH12, RH13 postal code.
  • To the East of the Town of Horsham is bordered by Broadbridge Heath, and St_Leonard’s_Forest.
  • Adjoining the Town of Horsham to the south, are the neighbouring settlements of Billingshurst, Mannings_Heath, and Southwater
  • Close to Horsham, Dorking, Haywards Heath, Faygate, Burgess Hill, and Southwater can be found situated immediately to the north.
  • Withing the boundaries of Horsham, Madina Mosque, Horsham of special interest.
  • As well as Coole Bevis LLP, Horsham is home to many of West Sussex’s leading businesses.
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Solicitors In Hove

Information About Hove

  • Coole Bevis LLP is proud to offer Legal services in Hove, a Town located in East Sussex in England.
  • Hove is part of South East England.
  • Hove is associated with county districts including Brighton and Hove.
  • The Town of Hove also amalgamated hamlets such as Balsdean within its boundaries.
  • The Town of Hove consolidates hamlets such asOvingdean, Saltdean, West Blatchington, Stanmer, and Hangleton within its border.
  • Over the years Hove has assimilated a number of settlements including Saltdean, Aldrington, Rottingdean, Brighton, and Portslade.
  • Other towns including Brighton can be found within the Town of Hove.
  • Hove is home to a variety of cities including Brighton and Hove
  • Hove is covered by the BN3 postal code area.
  • Notable educational establishments in Hove include Deepdene School.
  • Libraries in Brighton and Hove play an important role in Hove.
  • The Montefiore Hospital, and Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital are located within the Hove District.
  • Queen’s Park, Hove Park, and Stanmer are popular with Hove citizens and known through out England.
  • Local roads within Hove include Bear Road, Old Steine, and Elm Grove.
  • Hove reputation can be ascribed to its rich heritage including Old Steine Gardens, and Hove War Memorial.
  • Hove Iconic Buildings include Brighton Forum, Gothic House, and St Mary’s Church.
  • Blended into Hove a number of buildings of national importance can be found including British Engineerium, Hove War Memorial, The Old Market, Barford Court, and Hangleton Manor Inn.
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Solicitors In Worthing

Information About Worthing

  • Coole Bevis LLP offers Legal services in Worthing, West Sussex, a Town located in England.
  • Historically, a substantial number areas within Worthing were part of the historic county of Sussex.
  • Worthing provides residents and businesses local services and administrative duties from Worthing Rural District.
  • Worthing’s governing local authority structure is a Borough_status_in_the_United_Kingdom.
  • Worthing is situated in South East England.
  • The local authority within the Borough of Worthing include Worthing College parish councils.
  • The Borough of Worthing consolidates hamlets such asHeene, Durrington, Goring-by-Sea, Salvington, and Offington within its border.
  • Villages within Worthing’s boundaries include Cote, Tarring, High Salvington, Broadwater, and Findon Valley.
  • Worthing is formed by a number of settlements including Heene, Salvington, and Goring-by-Sea.
  • Other towns located within the Borough of Worthing include Tarring, and Broadwater
  • Notable educational establishments in Worthing include Durrington High School, and Schools in Worthing.
  • Additional educational institutions within Worthing are Worthing Museum and Art Gallery, and High Salvington Windmill.
  • Worthing Hospital catchment areas includes Worthing.
  • Beach House Park, and Highdown Gardens are popular with Worthing citizens and known through out England.
  • The major roads feeding Worthing includes the A24 road (England).
  • The Borough of Worthing is flanked to the East by Shoreham_by_Sea.
  • Close to Worthing, Normandy, Buncton, and Picardy are positioned immediately to the south of the Town.
  • Close to Worthing, Steyning, Buncton, and Clapham can be found situated immediately to the north.
  • Worthing reputation can be ascribed to its rich heritage including Cissbury Ring, and High Salvington Windmill.
  • Examples of famous architecture in Worthing include St Mary of the Angels, Worthing.
  • Blended into Worthing a number of buildings of national importance can be found including Durrington-on-Sea railway station, Schools in Worthing, Our Lady of Sion School, East Worthing railway station, and Manor Sports Ground.
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