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Conveyancing Solicitors Bury

If you're looking to buy, sell or remortgage a property in Bury, our Bury Conveyancing Solicitors possess the legal proficiency to guide you through the process.

We have the local knowledge that is crucial regarding property transactions. As our specialists are familiar with the Bury conveyancing landscape, we can ensure your transaction progresses smoothly at every step.

Our client-centred approach, professional legal guidance and a deep understanding of the Bury housing market enable us to deliver the highest-quality residential services.

We offer our services throughout England and Wales through our online conveyancing services and keep on top of the latest market trends in Cheshire, North Wales, the North West of England and beyond.

Our online conveyancing services take place on a No Move, No Fee basis for all properties countrywide; this means you won't be charged for our legal services if your transaction is aborted at any stage and doesn't reach completion.

Note: only one aborted translation counts towards our No Move, No Fee policy. It is not financially viable from a business standpoint to absorb the costs of more than one aborted transaction, despite our goal to assist clients in minimising their financial risk. Therefore, all following aborted transactions will incur our standard legal fees plus VAT per our initial quotation.


Our 'No Move No Fee' Promise

  • No legal fees to pay if your move falls through
  • No hidden extras
  • Deal with the same qualified solicitor
  • We don't pay referral fees to estate agents
  • We are local solicitors
Law Society Accredited - Conveyancing Quality
Law Society Accredited - Practice Management Standard
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Our Property Legal Services for Bury

Within the historic county boundaries of Lancashire, Bury is a market town in Greater Manchester. Emerging in the Industrial Revolution as a mill town manufacturing textiles, Bury is renowned for its open-air market and traditional local dish, black pudding. It sits on the River Irwell and is home to former prime minister Sir Robert Peel, who founded the Conservative Party and the Metropolitan Police.

We know complexities can arise during property transactions in Bury. At PSR Solicitors, we have the knowledge and experience to navigate these issues with ease whilst ensuring you obtain full ownership and all associated legal rights and benefits. As well as residential conveyancing, we deliver specialist advice in other aspects of property law, including:

  • Managing funds
  • Shared ownership schemes
  • Lease agreements
  • Commercial property transactions
  • Right-to-buy schemes
  • Land sales
  • Remortgaging processes

We're home to one of the largest residential property teams in the North West and can help with all property-related matters in Bury through our local insight into the area. If you have planning applications that may affect your property and its surroundings, this is also something we are proficient in.​​​

Do I need a Local Property Conveyancer?

In the past, direct meetings with local conveyancing solicitors were necessary in Bury—clients had to visit their solicitor's office with all the necessary paperwork for their property transactions.

Today, this process has transformed significantly with the introduction of the Fast Track conveyancing service and our convenient mobile app. Now, you can monitor the entire conveyancing process at your fingertips. The app accepts online payments, and you can sign your documents electronically, streamlining the process and reducing the administrative burden.

At PSR Solicitors, we adapt to our clients' preferred communication methods, using platforms like Zoom and Microsoft Teams for regular updates. We can even email or share documents via WhatsApp, catering to our clients' busy schedules.

PSR Solicitors offers competitive No Sale, No Fee conveyancing, with fees starting at £399 for sales and £499 for purchases, ensuring clarity and affordability in your conveyancing needs.

Our team of experienced Bury Conveyancing Solicitors is adept at guiding you through the conveyancing process remotely, via phone or email, eliminating the need for in-person visits or physical document exchanges. This modern approach to conveyancing underscores our commitment to providing efficient, client-focused services in Bury and beyond.

Your Key Contacts for Residential Conveyancing for Bury

PSR Solicitors are recognised experts in residential property matters and conveyancing in England & Wales.

Toni Jones


I am the Lead Conveyancer in our Ellesmere Port office. With over 20 years' experience in all areas of residential conveyancing, my aim is to make the process of buying or selling your home as stress free as possible by keeping you informed at every stage of your transaction.

Bronwen Lloyd-Roberts LLB (Hons)

Solicitor - Deputy Head of Conveyancing

Donna Lloyd


Charlene Parker LLB (Hons)


Toni Jones


Accredited Residential Property Experts for Bury

We are proud to have achieved the best practice Conveyancing Quality standard from the Law Society and to have been accredited by LEXCEL. This means that we have demonstrated our ability to provide expert residential conveyancing advice. Our experience means that it is highly likely that we will have dealt with any issues you might face before, and that we will successfully secure your legal rights. Accreditation from the Law Society also establishes our credibility with other stakeholders in the process, meaning that we can work more efficiently and effectively with lenders and regulators.

Law Society Accredited - Practice Management Standard
Law Society Accredited  Conveyancing Solicitors

Highlights of the Bury Property Market

Bury, located in Greater Manchester, is known for its lively heritage and key role in the region. Famous for Bury Market and the East Lancashire Railway, it blends history with modernity. With strong industrial roots and diverse businesses, Bury thrives economically. The town also excels in sports and supports arts and culture through venues like The Met and Bury Art Museum, making it a unique and dynamic place.

Local House Price Trends

Over the last 12 months, the average sold price for a property in Bury has been £214,081.

Different types of properties in Bury have varied average sold prices during this period. Detached houses have sold for an average of £351,678, while semi-detached houses have fetched an average of £220,591. Terraced houses have had an average sold price of £161,587, and flats have sold for an average of £155,363.

Education and Ofsted Ratings

Bury boasts a selection of schools rated Outstanding by Ofsted, catering to diverse educational needs. Guardian Angels Roman Catholic Primary School and Hazlehurst Community Primary School offer exceptional education for younger students up to age 11.

Bury Grammar School Boys and Bury Grammar School Girls provide outstanding secondary education, serving ages 11-16 and 11-18. Special education is expertly addressed by Millwood Primary Special School, supporting a wide age range from 3-19, ensuring inclusive and tailored learning experiences for all students.

Transport Links

Bury has excellent transport links, featuring the Bury Interchange, which combines bus services and the Metrolink tram system. The Bee Network, Go North West, and Rosso buses connect Bury to Greater Manchester and beyond. The Metrolink trams run every six minutes to Manchester, with some continuing to Altrincham and Piccadilly.

The East Lancashire Railway, a heritage line, operates from Bury Bolton Street station to Heywood, Ramsbottom and Rawtenstall. These transport options make Bury easily accessible and well-connected for residents and visitors alike.


Bury's history spans from its Roman roots to its pivotal role in the Industrial Revolution. Roman artefacts, such as a 3rd-century urn, highlight its ancient origins. Bury Castle, built in 1469, was significant during the Wars of the Roses.

The Industrial Revolution saw Bury's rapid growth, with cotton mills and the national canal network boosting its economy. The population grew from 7,072 in 1801 to 58,029 by 1901. Railways further connected Bury to Manchester and other towns.

Post-war, Bury transitioned from an industrial hub to a modern town. The decline of the cotton industry led to the rise of shopping centres like Mill Gate and The Rock. Bury Market, famous for its black pudding, remains a key attraction.

Shopping and Leisure

Bury offers a diverse shopping experience spread across its vibrant town centre, The Rock shopping complex and the iconic Bury Market.

The town centre is home to a mix of independent retailers and well-known high-street brands, providing a lively and varied shopping environment. Quaint cafes and local eateries nestled among the shops offer perfect spots for a relaxing break.

The Rock brings modern shopping to the forefront with its extensive range of stores, including popular fashion brands, a food court and entertainment options like a multi-screen cinema and a bowling alley.

Bury Market, a renowned destination, adds a unique flavour to the shopping scene with its wide variety of stalls selling everything from fresh produce to handmade crafts.

Dining and Nightlife

Bury offers a diverse range of dining and nightlife options. For contemporary Indian cuisine, The Jewel in the Crown on Rochdale Road stands out, offering a rich selection of classic dishes with a modern twist. Leckenby's Tea Rooms provides a charming spot for afternoon tea with homemade cakes and a fine selection of teas.

For vibrant nightlife, Propaganda at The Rock is an American-inspired bar known for its lively atmosphere and boozy shakes. Automatic on Market Street offers a sophisticated setting for drinks and meals, featuring an extensive wine and cocktail menu.

Brambles on Silver Street is perfect for a night out with friends, offering a lively wine bar experience. The Blind Tiger on Bolton Street focuses on live music with regular gigs and various drinks.

Whether you're looking for fine dining, a cosy pub or a lively bar, Bury has something for everyone.

Activities and Attractions

Bury offers a variety of activities and attractions for everyone. The Met on Market Street hosts theatre, music and comedy events featuring acts like Peter Kay. Bury Art Museum displays Victorian and 20th-century art, including works by Turner and Constable.

History buffs can visit the Fusilier Museum, which showcases the Lancashire Fusiliers' history, and the Bury Transport Museum, featuring vintage vehicles.

Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy the green spaces and trails, such as the mountain bike paths in Philips Park and the scenic hikes on Holcombe Hill.

For those who enjoy sports, Bury FC is the town's local football club, and there is a basketball team named the Lancashire Spinners, who compete in the second-tier English Basketball League Division 1.

Why Choose Our Expert Bury Conveyancing Solicitors

At PSR Solicitors, we know how important it is to deliver a straightforward, smooth property transaction. Our Bury Conveyancing Solicitors are experts in their field and always put our clients first, ensuring the process is stress-free from start to finish.

We always aim to provide a No Move, No Fee conveyancing service to all clients involved in the conveyancing process, so if your sale or purchase doesn't go through, there are no additional costs or hidden extras.

Although we don't have a Bury office, we have an unrivalled knowledge of the region and offices nearby, in Colwyn Bay, Ellesmere Port, Rhyl, Shotton, Wrexham, Wallasey and Chester.

Contact us today to instruct a solicitor for buying or selling property in Bury or if you need expert conveyancing advice. Our dedicated and friendly team is ready to help you with a no-obligation discussion about your conveyancing needs.

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