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Looking to Leasing a car in Christchurch ?. Smart Lease have some the the cheapest Christchurch car leasing offers in the UK, we supply to business and personal users and offer free delivery to any UK mainland destination. So if you are looking for great leasing deals in Christchurch you have come to the right place. We can supply and make and model of vehicle and have a good selection of special offers that are in stock.

Here at Smart Lease UK our aim is to offer the best Christchurch car leasing deals in the market place. We offer a hassle-free, no-fuss customer service that provides car leasing and contract hire to personal and business customers in the area. The heart of our success is our approach to customer service with over 20 years of looking after customer’s needs. 

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So why not give us call or check out our specials on the website and see how much we can save you on your next lease car.

At Smart Lease we pride ourselves on offering some of the cheapest Christchurch car leasing deals. Please allow us to demonstrate our fantastic service to you, our competitive pricing and an opportunity to supply your next lease in Christchurch.

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Free UK Delivery on all Vehicles to Christchurch.

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DELIVERY DETAILS

Usually 14 days if in stock. For factory orders delivery depends on manufacturers current lead times for your chosen specification.

All vehicles are brand new with delivery free of charge and include car tax for the term of the lease.

Here at Smart Lease our aim is to offer the best Christchurch car leasing special offers in the market place. We offer a hassle-free, no-fuss service that provides personal leasing and business contract hire customers in the area.

Smart Lease pride ourselves on offering simple vehicle leasing solutions to Christchurch.

Our customer cars are delivered daily throughout the UK, simply browse the range of car leasing deals we have on offer on our website, call or contact our helpful staff on 01604 497572


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If you would like to know more about car leasing in Christchurch please do not hesitate to call or email us.

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Christchurch

Did You Know?

Christchurch began as a Saxon village. Its original name was Tweoxneam, which means between 2 rivers. The Saxon settlement stood on a triangular piece of land between the rivers.

Christchurch is a town, civil parish and former borough in the county of Dorset on the English Channel coast, adjoining Bournemouth in the west, with the New Forest to the east. Historically in Hampshire, it joined Dorset with the reorganisation of local government in 1974 and is the most easterly borough in the county. The town has existed since 650 AD and its close proximity to the Cotentin Peninsula made it an important trading port and a potential target for invasion during the Napoleonicand Second World War.

The name of the settlement was changed to Christchurch when the church was built in the 11th century. According to legend St Catherines Hill was chosen for the site of a church. Each evening the builders would finish work but when they came back the next morning the building work was undone and the materials were moved somewhere else. One day a beam was cut too short and a stranger miraculously lengthened it. The builders decided the stranger must have been Jesus Christ so they moved the site of the church and changed the name of the town to Christchurch.

Early in the 10th century Christchurch was made a burgh or fortified settlement. (Alfred the Great created a network of fortified towns across his kingdom called burghs). Christchurch was defended by the sea on one side and by two rivers, the Stour and the Avon on the other two sides.

At the time of the Domesday book the town probably had a population of around 170, which made it a fairly large village for that time. Christchurch had one watermill, which ground grain to flour for the inhabitants.

Medieval Christchurch had a weekly market. In those days there were very few shops and if you wanted to buy or sell anything you had to go to a market. By the 12th century, the town also had an annual fair. In the Middle Ages, a fair was like a market except it was held once a year and people would come from a wide area to buy and sell at one.I.

In 1539 Henry VIII closed the priory. Fortunately, the leper hostel remained. By then there were no more lepers in England but it continued as a 'hospital' for the sick and infirm.

The sheltered harbour and easy access to neighbouring towns made the area popular with smugglers, culminating in "The Battle of deford" in 1784 between Customs & Excise and the smugglers. In July of that year the greatest volume of contraband ever managed in a single run was landed at the Haven in Mudeford. 300 men, 100 carts and 400 horses were involved and the cargo included 6,000 casks of spirits and 30 tons of tea.

The first half of the 19th century saw the introduction of the first state schools in Christchurch. The earliest school in the town was founded around c.1140 but this disappeared with the dissolution of the monasteries. Later a free school was established in St. Michael's Loft in the Priory. In 1662 this became a grammar school and then in 1828 it became a private academy under control of the vicar. It closed in 1869 when schooling became more widely available through the National Schools. 

A gas works was built in 1853, and gas started to take over from oil as the principal form of street lighting. It was not until 1930 that electric took over, even though The Bournemouth and Poole Electricity Company had opened a power station in the town in 1903.

During the second world war Christchurch was again fortified against an expected invasion. The construction of pillboxes, gun emplacements and tank traps in and around the town, made Christchurch an 'anti-tank island'. The idea was that an invasion by the German 6th Army from Cherbourg would be unable to link up east to west so long as the town was able to hold out.


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THE CHRISTCHURCH CAR LEASING SPECIALIST

In all cases Smart Lease are acting as a credit broker and not a lender.

Smart Lease is authorised and regulated by the financial conduct authority.

Consumer Credit Interim Permission is 648780.

All of our car leasing contracts are based on finance contracts and as such come with a few points to note. Firstly failure to keep up to date with payments may result in a charge from the finance provider. Secondly, cancellations may result in a fee being incurred. Thirdly, Initial Payments are typically taken just after you take delivery of the car (not is all cases) and is part of the finance rental (not refundable)

lease pricing is correct as of time of publication. We reserve the right to withdraw any offer, service or price without notice. Errors and omissions excepted.

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