Removals Hartlepool

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With White & Company, moving to or around Hartlepool is simple. Complete our online form for a free moving quotation.

Branch Location

Unit 4 St. James Bus. Park
Knaresborough
Harrogate
North Yorkshire
HG5 8PJ

Tel:01429 818076






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Moving with Us in 4 Easy Steps!

1 Survey

The surveyor will need to conduct a home survey to ascertain the volume of effects being shipped.

This involves him/her walking through the property room by room noting what items are to be moved and recording it on their electronic tablet.

2 Quote

Once the consultation has been carried out, White & Company will always provide a written quotation within 48 hours.

Our quotation will always outline exactly what is covered as per your instructions to the surveyor.

The quote is our contract. Once you have signed and accepted it, the price is set, so you will know exactly what the bottom line will be.

3 Packing

When the client has accepted the quoted price and a move date has been secured, the vehicle and removal team will arrive at residence.

The removal team will proceed to pack and wrap all items being moved in special breathable bubble wrap.

4 Moving & Storage

On the day of your move, our team will arrive in one of our specialised vehicles and complete the move.

If for any reason the move cannot be completed. White & Company has storage facilities at 19 storage locations throughout the UK.

Moving home to Hartlepool? Get a Quick Quote

Removals Hartlepool

Are you looking for removals to Hartlepool? White & Company offers a full removals service to various towns and villages in County Durham, including Billingham, Elwick and Durham.

We offer a wide range of removals services, including packing and storage solutions at 19 secure warehouse locations across the country.

As founder members of the British Association of Removers you can rest assured that your personal belongings are in safe hands.

To find out more about removals services in Hartlepool or any other destination in County Durham, don’t hesitate to get in contact.

About White & Company

White & Company has 16 branches located across the UK from the Channel Islands to Scotland and a network of industry partners.

Our relocation network us to provide the perfect removal solution no matter where you’re moving.

We have 240 specialist vehicles, fully trained and security cleared removals staff and 19 storage locations across the UK.

Much of our work comes from personal recommendations, an accolade which speaks for itself. Through hard work, commitment and excellent service, we are now one of the industry’s largest removal companies.

Our Mission Statement

“To continue the traditions founded in 1871 by providing the quality expected by our clients; backed up by superb packing materials, highly trained crews, effective management and a genuine commitment to customer care and the environment.”

Rest assured you can trust White & Company to take care of your personal effects with care and respect from collection to delivery.

Why move to Hartlepool?

With average living costs well below those of the rest of the country, Hartlepool has steadily climbed up the rankings of the best places to live in the UK, rising to 41st in a survey carried out by USwitch.

Despite not being well-known outside of the North East, Hartlepool is becoming an increasingly popular destination for relocating families and professionals due to its working maritime industries and proximity to the cities of Durham and Newcastle. Other highlights include:

Hartlepool has been subject to major reinvestment including the new multimillion-pound marina, regeneration of the Historic Quay, and the modernisation of the Middleton Grange Shopping Centre.

The small seaside resort of Seaton Carew in Hartlepool has miles of golden sand, amusement arcades and some of the best fish and chips in the North East.

Ward Jackson Park is a green-flag awarded park listed in the National Register of Historic Parks & Gardens due to its collection of Victorian and Edwardian features.

Major investment in Cleveland College of Art and Design, improvements to retail facilities and the transport interchange – all in the heart of the town centre – are positive signs of how the town is moving forward.

The Hartlepool and Seaton Carew train stations have connections to local towns which make travelling to larger cities such as Durham, London, and Newcastle extremely convenient.

Schools & Education

The town has five secondary schools, of which Dyke House Sports and Technology College ware judged to be ‘Good’ by Ofsted during the last round of inspections.

Hartlepool College of Further Education is an educational establishment located in the centre of the town which has existed in various forms for well over a century. A new £52 million custom-designed building construction was completed in September 2011.

The highly regarded Hartlepool Sixth Form College was a former grammar and comprehensive school but now provides a number of AS and A2 Level courses for students across the town.

Students from the college frequently achieve the best grades among all colleges in the region.

The nearest two universities are Durham and Teeside, with the former rated amongst the world top 100 Universities.

Things to do in Hartlepool

There are many local attractions close by which include the Heugh Gun Battery, a restored coastal gun battery, Hartlepool Marina, Summerhill Visitor Centre and Seaton Common and dunes.

Stretching from Sunderland to Hartlepool, the Durham Heritage Coast has become one of the finest scenic stretches of coastline in the country.

Spend an afternoon wandering along the 11-mile Durham Coastal footpath where you’ll find nature reserves, shallow bays and headlands with yellow limestone cliffs, and a plenty of wildlife.

The breath-taking Summerhill Country Park and Nature Reserve is also close by. The park offers a variety of activities, classes and play areas to entertain children and young adults.

The stunning North Sands beach is also within easy reach and is popular with surfers, amblers and birdwatchers.

Property prices

 

Hartlepool is an up and coming area with plenty of wiggle room for those just starting out on the property ladder.

 

 

The average house price in Hartlepool is £132,000, according to the latest Zoopla data, though there are many streets in the area where the average is less than £50,000.

 

 

The Marine Point area combines picturesque sea views with fantastic local attractions and stylish house types, making it perfect for both first-time buyers and young families.

 

 

Currently there are nearly 500 properties for sale and values range from £18,000 for a two bedroomed terraced house in Derwent Street up to £650,000 for a huge six bedroomed detached home in Park Drive.

 

 

If you intend to rent a property you will find rents are extremely affordable and as of January 2019, there are 225 properties to choose from.

 

 

You can expect to pay around £250 per month for a one bedroomed flat and around £850 for a four-bed detached.

Below is a link to the closest towns to Hartlepool:

White & Company Hartlepool offers a local removals and storage solution in:

Billingham
Castle Eden
Coatham
Cowpen Bewley
Dalton Piercy
Elwick
Greatham
Hart
Horden
Seaton Carew
Stranton
Trimdon
Trimdon Station & Trimdon Grange
Wolviston

Working in Hartlepool

Hartlepool’s economy has historically been tied closely with the maritime industry. Hartlepool Dock is owned and run by PD Ports and creates a number of marine related work. Nowadays, the bulk of jobs in Hartlepool are in service, petrochemicals, engineering and manufacturing.

Looking ahead, the town is well placed to benefit from future growth in offshore wind and renewable energy, as well as other ‘green’ industries. The town’s ‘local plan’ to supports this ambition through land and infrastructure allocations.

By far the largest employer in the town is the local nuclear power plant, which provides opportunities such as nuclear engineering jobs, operational engineering and waste management.

Middleton Grange Shopping Centre is the main shopping location where in excess of 2800 people are employed in retail.

Due to major investment in its business infrastructure, particularly targeting the development of innovation centres and regenerating estates, unemployment has been on the decline and the town has attracted a host of skilled workers.

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