Northampton

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Peter Cox in Northampton

Peter Cox, founded in 1951 and the UK market leader in its field offer various property preservation services for issues such as damp, dry rot & wet rot and structural timber replacement. With a proven trading history, local offices nationwide and services backed by our Peter Cox guarantee, we provide property maintenance you can trust.

We also have a number of accreditations for our services, and are a member of the Property Care Association (PCA), giving you peace of mind that we are a business you can trust.

Property Preservation Services in Northampton

Our Peter cox branch operates across Northampton, Milton Keynes and the surrounding areas, having  plenty of experience in working with historical buildings, commercial properties and private housing.

Being in the geographical heart of the country has meant that the East Midlands town of Northampton has always had historical relevance. Its strategic importance may have wavered but due to its location between Birmingham and London it still proves an attractive location as a commuter town for the capital.  Since being designated a new town Northampton has grown massively.

Due south from Northampton into the county of Buckinghamshire are the towns of Bletchley and Wolverton. In 1967 these towns and many smaller villages and surrounding farmland were incorporated into an all-new conurbation. It took its name from the existing village of Milton Keynes, located a few miles to the east of the planned centre.

Milton Keynes modernist look is not popular with many as, much like its road system, it was designed to be purely functional. Originally there were height restrictions on all property built in the town, it was decided that ‘no building should ever be taller than the tallest tree’. This decree has since been rescinded.

The river Nene, which flows through Northamptonshire, has been known to become swollen at times of excessive rainfall and cause flooding in areas. Milton Keynes has also suffered with flash flooding in the past, causing havoc for both motorists and property owners. Flooding such as this can lead to long-term problems that may not become evident until long after the waters have subsided.