Moving to Wellingborough
Should you be considering moving to Wellingborough you will find a pretty market town in the county of Northamptonshire on the banks of the River Nene. Historically a town prone to flooding most of the town is built above the level of the flood plane.
Wellingborough was founded in the early 6th century with the Saxon name of Wendelburie. The Royal Market Charter was granted by King John in 1201, so over 1100 years of trading.
The 2011 census shows the borough had a population of around 75,000 with around 50,00 living in the town. Since the early 1970’s Wellingborough has seen a big increase in new properties with estates growing up all around the town. The good connections encourage commuting to as far as London.
Wellingborough is a major distribution hub with large depots and delivery centres.
Connections when moving to Wellingborough
Trains: East Midlands Trains operate, from Wellingborough Station, long distance services to and from London St Pancras and a regional services. The regional services link the towns and cities of the East Midlands, along with Central and Northern England,from Skegness, Norwich and Peterborough in the East, to Manchester and Liverpool in the West. Kettering station (6 miles), Northampton station (11 miles)
Roads: Wellingborough is less about 10 miles on the A45 to the M1, with access to the following main roads: A45 to the A1, A6 toward Bedford & London, A509 to Milton Keynes
Airports: London Luton Airport (33 miles), Coventry Airport (34 miles), Norwich International (35 miles)
Local council if you are moving to Wellingborough
If you are planning to move to Wellingborough and need information about schools, planning permission, parking permits or council tax, simply contact: Wellingborough Council
Schools when moving to Wellingborough
Croyland Primary School
Sir Christopher Hatton Academy
T: 01933 226 077
Leisure in Wellingborough
Wellingborough offers a very busy social life with museums, art galleries and the famous Santa Pod Raceway nearby. The Waendel Leisure centre offers a range of sporting facilities including a family friendly swimming pool.
There are restaurants for all tastes, including:
5-8 Burystead Place
31-33 Midland Road
Property values when moving to Wellingborough
The Wellingborough postcode of NN8 has a wide range of types of property ages and styles. The average price for property in Wellingborough currently is around £150,000, an increase over 12 months of around 4.5%, with detached houses around £260,000, semi detached homes at £145,000 terraced property at £115,000 and flats at around £112,000. Currently there are about 200 properties available in the area.
Cable and Phone Connections when moving to Wellingborough
If you’re moving to Wellingborough and need to know the broadband availability, simply visit https://www.cable.co.uk/
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