Commuting to London – the ripple effect

Commuting to London has been a necessity for many professionals over recent years and with continued investment into surrounding transport links, commuters are now able to move outside of prime central London without having to forfeit excessive periods of time in order to get to and from work.

Timothy Stranks, from the Garrington South East team, has just released an interesting article in which he discusses the positive effect that London’ s strong property market and improving transport systems are having on surrounding commuter hotspots.

For those considering moving into the London commuter belt, to either escape the busy centre of the capital or simply to be closer to a place of work, this information could be particularly beneficial. To view a copy of the article, please click on the following link.

Commuting to London – The Ripple Effect

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