Move to Newport with Us in 4 Easy Steps!
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.
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.
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.
Are you looking for removals to Newport? If you’re looking to swap congested city life for relaxed walks along the canals of Shropshire then Newport could be just the answer.
White & Company have been moving families and individuals in Shropshire for over 135 years. We understand that no two house moves are the same. That’s why we tailor our services to match your exact needs.
White & company can also offer storage of your effects. We have 19 storage facilities across the UK, offering clean, modern, easily accessible storage provision.
To find out more about our removals services in Newport get in contact today or fill in a quick quote form above.
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 Newport?
Newport is the second largest town in the borough of Telford and Wrekin with a population in excess of 12,000.
The Times newspaper placed Newport in the top 10 for British market towns and its popularity has blossomed among relocating families and retirees. Let’s take a closer look as to why it scores so highly:
In 2007 the town underwent somewhat of a transformation. The refurbished High Street, new housing, bars and restaurants now line the picturesque canal.
Sporting facilities and other developments have continued with Victoria Park having a received £1.5m update.
Newport is a Britain in Bloom finalist and has been awarded the silver gilt award from the Heart of England regional, making it the first town to win six gold awards in a row.
Updated rail links and the M54 give commuters working access to nearby Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Stafford and Stoke on Trent.
The town has excellent educations links with some of the best State and Grammar Schools in Telford and the country.
Schools & Education
Newport has a wide range of primary and secondaries schools. Many families relocate to the area to stand the best chance of getting their child placed in one of its highly sought after schools.
Newport Girls High School and Haberdashers’ Adams grammar school founded in 1656, are both highly respected.
For Further Education students, the closest colleges to the town are Telford College of Arts and Technology and Stafford College.
The closest two universities are Harper Adams University and Keele University.
Working in Newport
The population of Newport is comparatively small and finding a highly paid job could prove difficult. As such many people who live in Newport choose to commute to the nearby towns of Telford, Wolverhampton, Birmingham and Stoke on Trent.
Retail plays a major part in the town’s economy, with the majority of shops being located in and around the High street. Larger out of town stores are located on the Audley Avenue and Springfield trading estates into the south of the town and to the east of the town the Mere park complex.
A large section of Newport’s economy is based around education, with a private prep school, two selective state schools and a large comprehensive which attracts students from far beyond the town.
The two universities located on the edge of the town along with a regional food academy are a major source of employment.
Things to do in Newport
A proud market town, an indoor market is still held on Fridays and Saturdays and is well worth a visit. It is housed in a beautiful listed building built in 1860. Indoor market traders offer a broad range of produce and products, from cheese, bread, cakes, sweets and fresh meat.
Newport has various places to dine, each offering a rich and varied menu from which to choose. The Bridge Inn, located on Chetwynd Road, central Newport is highly recommended.
The town holds many events throughout the year, the main one being Newport Show, hosted at Chetwynd Deer Park. First held in Victoria Park in 1890 and now attracting 13,000 visitors each year.
Cycling is one of the very best ways to soak up the local countryside. The county has developed a network of routes, which range from those suitable for families with children to the most experienced of pedal pushers. Off-road routes include the 72-mile Jack Mytton Way, which takes in Wenlock Edge, the Long Mynd and the Welsh borders.
Spend some time finding out about Shropshire’s past and visit one of the 32 castles in the area with Ludlow, Stokesay, Whittington and Clun being perhaps the finest.
Newport is an affluent and desirable shire of Shropshire with an overall average price of £221,648. It is more expensive than nearby Muxton (£207,266) and Telford And Wrekin (£181,528), but cheaper than Priorslee (£272,509).
The town has a good mix of properties to choose from and they are reasonably priced. Listed late-Georgian properties are located in the heart of the city and barn conversions on its outskirts.
As a guide, there is a Grade II listed town house for sale right in the centre of Newport. It has two bedrooms and a price tag of just £105,000. For a larger family homes look to the areas of Ercall Heath and Sambrook were can find homes from around £520,000.
If you are searching for a new build, Persimmon Homes are building a development called Meadow Grove which offer an assortment of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes.
If you are intending to rent for a while, there are plenty of rentals on the market. You will pay around £260 per month for a one-bedroom apartment and £1472 for a 4 bedroomed home.
Below is a link to the closest towns to Newport
White & Company offers a local removals and storage solution in:
- Goldcliff & Whitson
- Little Mill
- Llanddewi & Coedypaen
- Lower Machen
- Peterstone Wentloog
- Ponthir & Llanfrechfa
- St Brides Wentloog
- St Mellons
- Undy & Magor
What Others Say…
Wayne Middleton and Brian Witherford were professional and extremely helpful. Did a brilliant job. Would recommend Whites to anyone. Thanks very much.
Have used this company regularly for 5 years including my time in the armed forces. They are professional and efficient. Will use them again on our next move.
The move went very smoothly and they were very polite.
Â A very smooth move by White and Co. The team worked very hard and were polite, professional and helpful.