Removals Leeds

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

Branch Location

International House, Ghyll Royd, Guiseley, Leeds LS20 9PP

Tel: 0113 3503845

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Moving with Us in 4 Easy Steps!

1 Survey

We feel it is important that you know exactly what your moving costs will be upfront with no nasty surprises. Our surveyor will conduct a detailed pre-move survey to ascertain the volume of effects being moved.

The surveyor will visit your home and note any items you want to transfer. There will also be an opportunity to discuss any special requirements or questions you may have.

2 Quote

Once the consultation has been carried out, a free no obligation written quotation will follow within 48 hours. Our quotation will outline exactly what is covered, as per your instructions and a price.

If you are not quite at the stage of wanting to receive a home visit you can still take advantage of our Guesstimate tool. Just complete the quick estimate form on our website to get an approximate idea of the costs involved.

3 Packing

Having been specialists in removals for so long, we can assure you that there is nothing we have not moved before. You can rest assured that your personal belongings will be well protected and safe throughout the transportation process.

When you choose the option of a full packing service, everything will be wrapped, packed and listed on a detailed inventory before being loaded onto the vehicle. A copy of the inventory will follow shortly after.

4 Moving & Storage

White & Company is also able to provide flexible storage solutions for all your needs. Whether that be storage while you have building works carried out on your new home or while you live in rented accommodation for a period of time.

Whatever your storage needs may be we can help. We offer a range of different sized units with competitive prices and easy access in safe, dry and secure personally dedicated storage containers.

Moving home to Leeds? Get a Quick Quote

Removals Leeds

Each year hundreds of people search for removals companies in Leeds only to become overwhelmed with the sheer amount of choice on offer. If so look no further than White & Company. Our Leeds branch has been moving families in the area for over 145 years and can offer a variety of storage, packing and delivery solutions to make your move stress-free.

Regardless of whether you are simply looking to downsize and move over the road, or move to a bigger property at the other end of the country, it will require careful planning to ensure everything runs smoothly. As founding members of the removals industry’s regulators, the British Association of Removers, FIDI & OMNI, White & Company have the specialised skill set to undertake just about any move.

Why Move to Leeds

Leeds is the largest city in Yorkshire and is one of the fast-growing cities in the UK. Having rose in significance as a major wool exporter during the industrial revolution, the city has taken on renewed prominence as the second largest financial and legal centre in the UK after London following large-scale investment. As such, the city’s economy is projected to grow by one third in the next ten years.

An infrastructure overhaul has seen regeneration of Leeds’ docks, radically increasing the retail, office and leisure offerings of the city. Nicknamed the ‘Knightsbridge of the North’ by travel guide, Lonely Planet, the redesign of the old shopping arcades has paved the way for Leeds Trinity shopping centre, which houses a large selection of shops, bars, and restaurants under an iconic glass roof. While investment into state of the art entertainment venues such as the First Direct Arena attracts the biggest names in music, comedy and the arts.

Modernisation has not done away with the charming Victorian character of the city and its proud industrial past however. The Corn Exchange is now just one of three corn exchanges in the country which operates in its original capacity as a trading post, albeit no longer corn.

The City

The city also benefits from excellent transport links, with its ring road system providing easy access to the centre as well surrounding areas. Leeds-Bradford airport is only 7 miles north of the city centre and flies to popular destinations all around Europe. Northern neighbours, Manchester and Sheffield are both within an hour by train and London just over two hours.

For those looking for a countryside escape, the Yorkshire Dales is on your doorstop, as is several great leafy suburbs, including Roundhay which contains over 700 acres of parklands and lakes.

With plenty of leisure opportunities and some of the most highly rated schools in the country, as assessed by Ofsted, Leeds is a fantastic place for raising a family. All the while, its excellent working opportunities, coupled with an invigorating nightlife, emboldened by a large student population, makes it the young professionals place of choice also.

Things to do in Leeds

For a fun family day out visit Roundhay park, one of the biggest city parks in Europe, with over 700 acres of parkland, lakes, woodland and award-winning gardens. The park is also home to Tropical World, where you can take a trek through the rainforest and experience tropical wildlife. Alternatively, why not enjoy a leisurely stroll around the grounds at Kirkstall Abbey, or take in the markets which occur on the weekend.

Step back in time to learn about the industrial history of Leeds from manufacturing textiles and clothing to printing, engineering and locomotives, which the city was world famous for at the Leeds Industrial museum. Located in Armley the museum includes collections of textile machinery, railway equipment and heavy engineering amongst other things.


For a night out in the alternative music scene, Brudenell Social Club is well worth a visit. A former working man’s club, the refurbished premises have played host to several acts that have gone on to achieve fame having played the circuit, including local boys, The Kaiser Chiefs, Franz Ferdinand and the Cribs, to name but a few.

If you are planning a day out, there is plenty to do in and close to Leeds, why not visit one of the following attractions:

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Working in Leeds

The economy of Leeds is incredibly diverse and attracts lots of talented people and leading companies in several specialised sectors. Employment prospects are generally very good with Leeds boasting the second largest employment total outside of London and an estimated 457,000 people in work.

The financial and insurance services industry are worth £13 billion to the Leeds economy. Other leading industries are legal, engineering, printing and publishing, food and drink, chemicals and medical technology. The city is also the third largest manufacturing centre with 2,000 firms employing 40,000 people.

Education & Schools

Leeds has a wide range of high performing primary and secondary schools, as ranked by Ofsted. Close to the city, most schools are in the heavily student populated area of Headingly. There are also a number of private school options to choose from.

Some of the best regarded primary schools are St Urbans, Beecroft and Alwoodley to the North of Leeds, all of which were rated as ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted. Roundhay and Allerton High are considered to eb outstanding secondary schools, as its Prince Henrys Grammar.

In terms of higher education, Leeds has an excellent reputation with two major universities, including Leeds University, which is part of the prestigious Russel Group of funded universities and consistently ranks highly in the list of the best universities in the world for its outstanding research and employment prospects.

Property prices

In and around the city centre, the Leeds property market is slightly more expensive than nearby Manchester and Sheffield, with an average semi-detached house likely to set you back around £193,000.



Some of the popular residential developments include the ‘hip and trendy’ areas of Granary and Brewery Wharf as well as the Leeds Dock area (formerly Clarence Dock). For those looking to rent a good standard furnished one bed room apartment in the city centre it will be around £750 per month, dropping to around £550 outside of the centre.



A good standard family home in the more desirable suburbs of Roundhay and Otley will likely set you back upwards of £1200 a month. With a variety of housing styles on offer in the suburbs, this is likely to have a significant bearing on costs, and you can expect period properties of Victorian character to fetch a high premium.

Popular Places to Live near Leeds

White & Company offer removals & storage solutions for the entire area. Including


Allerton Bywater, Baildon, Barnsley, Batley,


Beeston, Beverley, Bingley, Birstall, Bootle,


Bradford, Bramhope, Brighouse, Burnley, Castleford, Dewsbury,


Doncaster, Garforth, Grimsby, Guiseley, Hampsthwaite, Harrogate,


Halifax, Headingley, Hornby, Horsforth, Huddersfield, Hull,


Otley, Keighley, Knottingley,


Malton, Manchester, Morley, Nottingham, Otley, Pontefract,


Pudsey, Rawdon, Ripon, Rothwell, Roundhay, Sheffield,


Shipley, Skipton, Sunderland, Wakefield, Weetwood, Wetherby,


Wharfedale, Whitby, York areas.

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