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The socio-economic profile is a telling measure of the constitution of people in a local market. We have to be careful when talking about the economic profile of local residents because no statistical measure will really illustrate the character of an area. However, we’ve used the governments ‘NS-Sec’ classification data on our area, which defines local residents in those terms.

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Prices by type over the last few quarters

By looking back over the last eight quarters, it’s quite enlightening to see how average sales prices have changed for individual house types. Obviously the bigger types sell for more, but the quarter-on-quarter changes tell an interesting story.

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Annual transaction levels split by type

Have you ever wondered how many people buy flats in the local area as opposed to houses? Wonder no longer. We’ve done the analysis, which shows the most recent split as well as two years’ worth of quarterly data. This is useful information for anyone with an interest in the local market because it affects the overall market dynamic.

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Has flexible working changed the The Heatons property market?

Defining the modern working week in 2018 isn’t a straightforward process. As we embrace technology, the lines between daily commutes to work and working from remote locations become less transparent. From a property perspective, this means people with flexible working patterns can be more selective about the location of their next home. But what does this mean for The Heatons?

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a great detached btl deal

Great BTL deals come in all shapes and sizes and this property certainly proves that. It would be fair to say that it isnt a ‘typical’ buy to let however it would make a fabulous home for tenants needing plenty of space!

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Bingo & Bubbles

This Thursday evening the Moortop Pub are holding a Bingo and Bubbles night. Starting at 7.30pm tables are booking up fast, so please get in touch.

Bookings are also now being taked for Mothers day which is on Sunday 11th March. A traditional Sunday lunch is being served with a bonus treat of Afternoon Tea, the next time your Mother visits. **NB – 1 x afternoon tea per booking valid until April 30th 2018.

Other events include a colouring competion over this half term period. Simply ask a member of the team for a picture and you will have chance to win two tickets for the Savoy Cinema.

Well done The Moortop Pub & Kitchen.



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Open Event at Stella Maris School

Stella Maris School have an open morning which will take place on Saturday 17th March 2018 from 10am until 12 noon. The morning provides an opportunity for families to learn more about life at Stella Maris and meet staff and pupils.

They have limited spaces available in some year groups for an immediate start and for Pre-Prep 1 and 2 (Nursery and Reception) for September 2018 start.

There is no need to book in advance, families are welcome to turn up on the day.

For further information please contact Lindsey Farrelly on 0161 432 0532 or email

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Heaton Moor Producers Market

A monthly producers market, held on the 1st Sunday of the month on Shaw Road Heaton Moor between 11am and 3pm. With stalls offering a variety of items, from fresh produce to crafts & gifts, this wonderful affair is a must for any Heatons diary.

It’s worth taking a look and treating yourself to something that little bit different and help support Local Independent Traders. The next market date is the 4th March so just in time to buy something lovely for your Mum.

Offering a variety of produce and items, the friendly stallholders are more than happy to chat to customers about their businesses and the products they make & sell.

Having gained a growing reputation over the years, the market has become a focal point for local residents wanting to meet and catch up on life.


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Government Relaxes Planning on Building Upwards

Earlier this month Housing Secretary Sajid Javid confirmed government backing to create a new generation of town houses in cities like London and Manchester to ease pressure on valuable open spaces and help growing families.

Under the changes it will be easier to build upwards on existing blocks of flats and houses as well as shops and offices.

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