stamp duty: £148,500
mortgage fees: £1,500
conveyancing fees: £55,000
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Barnsley is a large town in South Yorkshire situated halfway between Leeds and Sheffield accessible via junctions 36, 37 and 38 of the M1 motorway. The town center lies on the west bank of the Dearne Valley, offering stunning surroundings. Barnsley is a characterful town in the heart of Yorkshire, offering a variety of entertainment opportunities such as The Parkway Cinema complex, rich history reflected in the historic buildings and events in the Cannon Hall and leisure and sports facilities. Some of Barnsley’s big employers are Asos, global manufacturer Esco, Warwick Ward Ltd, XPO Logistics, Barnsley Council and many more.
Bishop Auckland is a market town in County Durham in north-east England. It lies around 12 miles north-west of Darlington, 12 miles south-west of Durham and 5 miles south-east of Crook. The A1(M) is around 8 miles away and connects it to London and Edinburgh. Bishop Auckland railway station is at the end of the Tees Valley line and runs hourly services to Darlington, Middlesbrough and Saltburn and also stops at Teesside International Airport. The airport is just east of Darlington town around 19 miles away. It is one of the UK’s smaller airport and offers flights to seven domestic and five European destinations. After the closure of the Durham coal mines the local economy is predominantly centred around manufacturing and engineering, tourism and leisure, construction and real estate, and retail.
Doncaster is located on the A1 and M18 motorways and is within 20 minutes of the key M1 and M62 motorways. The town is about 17 miles north-east of Sheffield, and is served by an international airport, Doncaster Sheffield Airport in Finningley. Doncaster train station links the town to the major cities of London, York, Leeds, Sheffield, Manchester, Newcastle and further North. The East Coast Main Line is linking England’s and Scotland’s capital and passing directly through Doncaster. There are a few large employers based in Doncaster such as Polypipe International, Trackwork and DFS (formerly Northern Upholstery) who still have their head office here and many more.
Rotherham is a town in South Yorkshire, England, located approximately 10 miles northeast of Sheffield. The M1 motorway is less than 3 miles from Rotherham town centre and connects it to Leeds in the north and London in the south. Rotherham Central railway station operates services to Doncaster, Wakefield and Leeds, as well as Meadowhall, Sheffield and York. The station is also served by the Sheffield Supertram trains, running between Rotherham Parkgate and Sheffield Cathedral. A large proportion of residents commute for work to places like the Magna 34 business park, which is just outside of town and is home to employers such as Tata Steel, Parcelforce, Magna Science Centre and a number of smaller businesses. Other large employers can be found within the Advanced Manufacturing Park (AMP), which is located on the border of Sheffield and Rotherham. Boeing, Rolls Royce and McLaren are some of the most well-known companies that have made their home here. Other include Sheffield Hallam University, Oracel, CBRE, Labflex A/S, Iceotope and Waldeck Consulting.
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