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Conveyancing Solicitors Wigan

Our Wigan Conveyancing Solicitors deliver specialised legal assistance for buying or selling property, ensuring accuracy, efficiency and professionalism at every step.

PSR Solicitors understands how crucial it is to have local knowledge when purchasing property, and our team of Wigan Conveyancing Solicitors has the expertise to protect your rights whilst guiding you through the process. We have an in-depth understanding of the property market and guarantee that your experience remains smooth throughout.

We always aim to deliver top-quality client-focused service coupled with outstanding legal guidance and extensive knowledge of the housing market in Wigan to provide only the best residential conveyancing services.

Our Wigan Conveyancing Solicitors provide services across the country through our online conveyancing service.

We offer quick online conveyancing for all property types across England and Wales on a No Move, No Fee basis, so you won’t be liable for our legal fees if the transaction doesn’t reach completion for any reason.

Note: Only one failed transaction is included in our No Move, No Fee policy. Though we want to help clients limit their financial losses, it is not viable from a business perspective for us to cover the cost of multiple failed transactions. Therefore, any transactions following the first that fail at any stage will be subject to our full legal fee plus VAT as per our quote.


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 Wigan

Wigan, a significant town in Greater Manchester, is historically positioned on the River Douglas, halfway between Manchester and Liverpool, and thrived as a major mill town and coal mining district during the Industrial Revolution. Its rich history dates back to Roman times. Today, Wigan combines its industrial heritage with cultural venues like the redeveloped Wigan Pier and is a sporting hub with facilities like the DW Stadium.

At PSR Solicitors, we know unforeseen issues can occur during property transactions. That’s why we’re experienced and knowledgeable in this field, committed to ensuring you receive full title and all legal rights and expectations. We also offer advice on other fields of property law, including residential conveyancing, including:

  • Managing funds
  • Shared ownership
  • Leases
  • Commercial property conveyancing
  • Right to buy
  • Land sales
  • Remortgages

PSR Solicitors has one of the most extensive Residential Property teams in the North West and the legal expertise and local knowledge to assist you in all property-related needs. We can also help with planning applications that could impact your property or the surrounding area. Call us today if you have any questions regarding property transactions—we look forward to speaking with you.

Do I need a Local Property Conveyancer?

Previously, in-person meetings with local conveyancing solicitors were required when initiating property transactions. People had to visit their local solicitor’s office with all the necessary documents. Though this service used to be the only option, that’s not the case anymore.

With PSR Solicitors’ Fast Track conveyancing service, which comes with a handy mobile application, you can get instant updates throughout the process; through the app, you can make online payments and sign documents, reducing administrative workload and saving time.

We’re happy to accommodate whichever platform suits you best for point of contact, including Zoom and Microsoft Teams. We can even email documents or send them on WhatsApp if that’s easier for you.

We work on a No Sale, No Fee basis and our prices begin from £399 for sales and £499 for businesses.

Our team of expert Wigan Conveyancing Solicitors can guide you through the process via phone and email, so there’s no need to visit us at one of our offices or hand-deliver any documents.

Your Key Contacts for Residential Conveyancing for Wigan

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 Wigan

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 Wigan Property Market

Wigan boasts a rich history as a major mill town and coal mining district during the Industrial Revolution, with over 1,000 pit shafts near its centre at its peak. Wigan Pier, a wharf on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, gained fame through George Orwell's depiction of the town's challenging working and living conditions in the 1930s. Today, Wigan is the largest settlement in its borough and serves as its administrative centre, with the historical area transitioning into a cultural quarter. The town is also home to Wigan Athletic Football Club and Wigan Warriors Rugby League Football Club, hosted at the DW Stadium.

Local House Price Trends

Over the past year, the average sold price for properties in Wigan stood at £164,322, with different types seeing varying averages: detached homes sold for £268,482, semi-detached for £176,343, terraced houses for £119,943, and flats for £87,269.

Education and Ofsted Ratings

Education is a key consideration for families looking to move to Wigan, which offers a robust selection of schools with impressive Ofsted ratings.

The area boasts 43 Ofsted 'Outstanding' schools, encompassing a mix of primary, secondary, and all-through institutions, largely comprising state schools with a strong community focus. Notably, St Patrick's Catholic Primary School and Oakfield High School and College are among the standout primary and secondary schools respectively, known for their excellent educational standards and community engagement.

Transport Links

Wigan has brilliant transport links vital for residents and visitors. The town benefits from two railway stations, Wigan North Western and Wigan Wallgate, offering extensive rail services across the UK, including direct connections to London, Manchester and Liverpool.

Road users find easy access through major A roads connecting to several key motorways, enhancing travel and commuting options. Additionally, a newly redeveloped bus station supports a wide range of local and national bus services, making Wigan highly accessible and appealing for both local and long-distance travel.

For drivers, Wigan is a strategic hub at the junction of the A49 and A577 roads, linking directly to major motorways such as the M6, M61 and M58, facilitating easy commutes and access to the wider region.


Wigan’s history stretches from its early records as a Celtic settlement through significant Roman influence, notably as the probable location of the Roman settlement Coccium. It evolved through the Anglo-Saxon and Viking eras, impacting its cultural and physical landscape.

Wigan’s prominence expanded significantly during the Industrial Revolution as a vital coal mining and mill town. Today, it acknowledges its historical roots while adapting to modern developments, balancing industrial heritage with contemporary advancements.

Shopping and Leisure

Wigan offers a vibrant shopping experience featuring a mix of major retailers and unique independent boutiques. Highlights include the Grand Arcade and Makinson Arcade, ideal for discovering popular brands and local gems.

The borough also encourages supporting small businesses through its ‘Love Local’ campaign, enhancing community involvement. Additionally, shoppers can enjoy free weekend parking in Wigan and Leigh town centres, making the shopping experience more convenient and accessible.

Dining and Nightlife

Wigan’s dining and nightlife scene offers a dynamic blend of traditional and modern venues. The town boasts historic pubs like the award-winning John Bull Chop House, alongside stylish bars such as Revolution, known for its cocktails and vibrant weekend atmosphere.

For dining, individuals can explore diverse culinary offerings ranging from local favourites at Harry’s Bar to sophisticated dishes at Little Fifteen. Whether you’re in the mood for a cosy pub experience or a chic bar night out, Wigan caters to all tastes and preferences.

Activities and Attractions

Wigan is filled with engaging activities and notable attractions, offering something for everyone.

The town boasts 125 listed buildings, including the mediaeval Mab's Cross and the historic Haigh Hall, set within a scenic 250-acre country park. Mesnes Park, a beautifully restored space with a pavilion and lake, is a popular spot, attracting millions annually.

Additionally, Wigan's rich history is captured at the Museum of Wigan Life and through its vibrant nightlife and dining scene, making it a lively destination for visitors and locals alike.

Why Choose Our Expert Wigan Conveyancing Solicitors

At PSR Solicitors, we understand the need for a straightforward conveyancing process. Our Wigan Conveyancing Solicitors deliver proficient and tailored conveyancing services, ensuring your property transaction goes through efficiently.

We offer a No Move, No Fee conveyancing service to all clients selling or buying a house, so if your sale or purchase fails along the way, you won’t have to pay any extra costs or hidden extras.

We have no office in Wigan, but we have an unrivalled knowledge of the area and offices in nearby areas Colwyn Bay, Ellesmere Port, Rhyl, Shotton, Wrexham, Wallasey and Chester.

If you’re looking to instruct a solicitor for buying or selling property in Wigan or need expert conveyancing advice, call us today. Our dedicated team will assist you with a no-obligation chat about your conveyancing needs.

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