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Chartered Surveyors Chorley

Located at the foot of the West Pennine Moors in Central Lancashire, Chorley is a market town that has a wealth of history dating back to the Bronze Age, 3,500 years ago! Chorley’s Heritage Trail passes some of the town’s best sights on its hour-long trail, including the central Astley Park and the historic Chorley Market which has been selling fresh produce since at least 1498. Local landmarks include Astley Hall, Chorley Little Theatre, Botany Bay, the Mormon Temple alongside the M61 motorway. Chorley has several business parks, including the large Buckshaw Village development near Euxton.  The Leeds and Liverpool Canal runs parallel to Chorley and several marinas and locks are located on the Chorley area, including Botany Bay, Whittle, Adlington and Riley Green, Hoghton.  Rivington Pike at Lever Park has breath-taking views from its historic Tower, which is reputed to date as far back as 1138. Anglezarke Reservoir is nearby and this is surrounded by heather-clad moorland, perfect for gentle walks.

Lea Hough Chartered Surveyors is a Property & Construction Consultant.

Established for over thirty years, we boast an experienced team of Building Surveyors, Valuation Surveyors, Planning & Development Surveyors and Architectural Designers.

Our professional staff are specialists, covering every aspect of building, property and land advice. By offering valuation, building surveying, planning and architectural design services under one roof, we combine high levels of technical expertise with commercially sound property intelligence.

Our office specialises in valuations, home buyer reports, commercial property surveys, design & project management, dilapidations, planning, land development, property management and many more. Please click here to see our full range of services.

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