John Barkers Solicitors provides high quality legal services to the county of Bedfordshire. As a firm established in 1884, we are experts in a wide range of areas, including family law, employment law, conveyancing and civil litigation. Our team of dedicated legal professionals offer personalised guidance and support tailored to your individual needs.
We are committed to providing you with an effective and affordable legal solution. Our specialists have the experience and expertise to guide you with confidence.
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John Barkers Solicitors provide Bedfordshire with legal services, helping clients throughout the county and surrounding areas. Our experienced team of professionals can assist with all manner of legal matters, from family law and wills to personal injury claims and business litigation.
We serve all areas of Bedfordshire including: Luton, Leighton Buzzard, Dunstable, Biggleswade and Milton Keynes; as well as smaller towns and villages in the local vicinity.
At John Barkers Solicitors we understand that when it comes to your legal requirements you want the best possible advice and representation. We offer a bespoke service tailored to each client, so that your individual needs are taken into account when it comes to finding a resolution.
Our team of experienced solicitors and case workers provide professional services for all our clients. Our services include free initial consultations, competitive rates, and fixed fee quotes for many pieces of work. We also keep our clients informed by providing regular updates on their cases.
At John Barkers Solicitors we strive to provide an excellent service for all our clients in Bedfordshire. We understand that legal matters can be stressful and, as such, we do everything in our power to minimise any disruption and ensure a successful outcome for your case.
Bedfordshire is a county located in the East of England. It is bordered by Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire and Hertfordshire. The population of Bedfordshire was 681,800 as reported in the 2011 Census.
The history of Bedfordshire dates back to 6th century Anglo-Saxon times when it was known as Bedanfordscir – an area stretching from Buckinghamshire to the River Great Ouse. Later it became part of Mercia until 886 when it came under Danish rule.
Bedfordshire is ideally situated for transport links and logistics networks. The county covers 1,741 square kilometres (672 sq miles) and is accessible from London by road via the M1 motorway. Luton Airport provides direct air access to major European cities, while a comprehensive rail network ensures excellent connections with other towns and cities.
The economy of Bedfordshire has traditionally been based on agriculture and coal mining in the south-east corner of the county. However, in modern times it has become more diverse with motor manufacturing, electronics, engineering and tourism all playing an important role.
Bedfordshire is home to a number of small towns and villages, including: Luton, Bedford, Kempston, Biggleswade, Sandy and Leighton Buzzard. The county also contains a number of historic sites such as the Dunstable Downs and Wrest Park.
Bedfordshire has seen significant investment over the past decade in areas such as housing and education. This includes major new housing developments around Luton Airport and plans for the redevelopment of Luton Town Centre. Furthermore, an Enterprise Zone was established at Houghton Regis in 2011 with the aim of creating business growth and generating new jobs.
Bedfordshire is home to a number of attractions for visitors, including the ZSL Whipsnade Zoo, Woburn Abbey and Safari Park as well as a range of outdoor activities such as golf, cycling and walking. There are also many historical sites in the county including churches, castles and country houses.
Bedfordshire is an attractive investment destination with its convenient location close to London, excellent transport links and diverse economy offering potential for growth. The county has seen significant investment in recent years which has contributed to its development and prosperity. The range of attractions and activities available in the area make it a great place to live, work and visit.