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Stockton is currently undergoing a huge regeneration project and is home to the widest high street in the UK. The town centre is constantly being improved with open spaces, new car parks, the Infinity Bridge, and a wide range of shops gracing the streets. The redevelopment of the town centre is echoed in the number of new build properties being built, which stand next to wonderful Victorian properties for a unique mix. Stockton is a fantastic place to live, boasting both quick access to the countryside, as well as cities such as Newcastle and York.
If you are considering a move to or from Stockton, including the surrounding areas, get in touch with Britannia Devereux. We are a family owned firm with over 75 years’ experience and are ready to help you with all your with removals and storage needs.
Moving to Stockton
The housing market has seen an upturn over the previous years but, due to supply outweighing demand, both buyers and renters can benefit from affordable prices. A huge percentage of houses sold in Stockton are family-sized semis, but you will find that the terraced properties are an excellent option for first-time buyers.
For rentals, there is a variety of property types available from 1 bed flats to detached houses, but the two up two down terraced homes are usually the best budget option for families.
Schools in Stockton
There are countless primary schools in Stockton and, more often than not, each primary school feeds into a specific secondary school. Therefore, it can be best for parents to do their research before securing a school space for their children. The three best primary schools in Stockton are Links Primary, Myton Park Primary, and Harewood Primary School all received ‘outstanding’ in their latest Ofsted inspections.
Secondary schools are not as strong as primary schools in Stockton. However, places at Egglescliffe and All Saints CofE are sought after as they are both ‘outstanding’ across the board according to Ofsted.
Stockton Transport Links
Stockton is surrounded by a strong network of A roads and the A1(M) is a short drive away to the west. Middlesbrough is just a 15-minute drive away.
As well as an array of local and regional bus services, Stockton also has a railway station. There is an hourly service in each direction (increased during peak hours) to Sunderland, Newcastle, and Middlesbrough. Sometimes, services run as far as Hexham in the north and Nunthorpe in the south.
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