Your conveyancing quote in seconds

All of our fees are fixed and complete for standard conveyancing transactions, meaning you won’t pay any extra later on. We also have a ‘No Move, No Fee’ guarantee.

Which service do you require?

The Conveyancing
Process Explained

Read More

Get an Instant Conveyancing Quote

Please quote me for:

Conveyancing in Stratford Q & A's

Profile photo of Lorraine Imhoff


Ask Lorraine a question lorraine@homewardlegal.co.uk

Updated: 18/04/17

Stratford points of interest

Sutton House National Trust and Trinity Buoy Wharf LighthouseMuseum of the Royal Arttillery:Firepower Aviation Museum are situated in Stratford.

Stratford's closest train station is Stratford London. London City Airport is 4 miles from Stratford. Heathrow Terminals 1 2 3 Airport is 20 miles, London Heliport Airport is 10 miles, Heathrow Terminal 5 Airport is 22 miles, Heathrow Terminal 4 Airport is 20 miles, Northolt Jet Centre Airport is 18 miles, Elstree Airport is 16 miles and London Biggin Hill Airport is 15 miles away.

Commuters are well served with Stratford being well placed with very good major road access close at approximately 3m of the A102M.

The closest hospital to Stratford is Homerton University Hackney.


I am trying to find a fixed rate conveyancing quote in Stratford. How do we get a quote?


Many online and high street property lawyers promote supposedly cheap conveyancing. Unfortunately extra costs are frequently hidden in the terms. Any charges found in terms and conditions needs to be fair and clearly defined and only be applied if the solicitor is required to complete unexpected extra work in your interest, which could not be anticipated at the start of the process. The online quote calculator can generate an accurate statement of the legal fees for the property you plan to buy.


What amount of time should be allowed for conveyancing take?


For the majority of property purchasers, the amount of time taken to transact a home may vary, based on a range of factors. Our conveyancers work hard to ensure every sale is undertaken as quickly as possible.


What do we need to be aware of if when buying a building located inside a Newham planning authority conservation area ?

An integral part of the due diligence for buyers includes the application for searches of Stratford-on-Avon council to find out conservation area status and the required consent for any developments. .


I want to find extra fast Stratford conveyancing solicitors - is that Homeward Legals solicitors?


On the whole law firms may be slow which causes additional pressure to the home conveyancing process. By using the latest information technology and case management systems . We give you a regulated conveyancing property lawyer practiced at exert pressure with everyone in the buyer and seller chain for example local councils, to achieve a fast exchange of contracts.


What kind of investigation into the risk of a flood in the Newham area will a conveyancing solicitor in Stratford report back to us on for a residential home I am going to buy?


A solicitor will carry out official environmental searches, which include Stratford area flood risk information. A recent check (07-May-12) there were no warnings around the River Ebble and Tributaries at the The River Stour from Boxted to Dedham


Is topsoil in Stratford contaminated by arsenic?


Soil contamination by industrial waste, including metals, will have occurred in parts of Stratford. Data on many contaminants, such as industrial storage, will be included in an environmental search.


Is a Homebuyer Report a good idea when buying a house?


It is strongly suggested that purchasers in Stratford arrange a house surveyor. There can be a wide range of issues which can negatively affect a property. These include wet rot or roof spread, and issues such as these are not likely to be investigated as part of the conveyancing itself.


I am intending to buy a house in the parish of . Will a chancel search be appropriate?


A property lawyer could recommend a chancel search. Chancel repair may be apportioned on the owners of a house where Parochial Church Councils (PCCs) have previously chosen not to do so.