Removals Nottinghamshire

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    Nottinghamshire Removals

    Whether you’re moving home in Nottinghamshire or from out of county, you can be assured that White & Company will get you there. For over 150 years, thousands of happy customers have entrusted us as their preferred removals company.

    • local offices & storage depots
    • door-to-door packing & removals service
    • founder members of BAR & FIDI
    • Members of OMNI
    • multi-award winning removals service
    • family owned business established in the UK since 1871
    • fully accredited & insured
    • dedicated team of trained professionals
    • fully tailored removals packages

    We are one of the largest family owned home removals companies in the UK, offering domestic house removals, packing and storage solutions at 19 secure warehouse locations nationwide.

    No matter where you’re moving to or from, we have the know-how and expertise to ensure your removals process goes smoothly and efficiently. Speak to us today for a no obligation quotation.

    Move to Nottinghamshire 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 either visit your home or conduct a video survey 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, easy access in safe, dry and secure personally dedicated storage containers.

    Reasons to Choose White & Company

    Boasting over 151 years in the removals industry, we like to think we know a thing or two about moving homes. With thousands of happy customers all over the UK, we’re confident there’s no better choice of removals company around than us.

    So if you’re still deciding who should move you, then speak to us first and we’re sure you’ll be convinced White & Company should be your one and only choice for moving home.


    We’ve helped people move home since 1871, so there’s no one who understands removals better than us. Choose a removals firm with the expertise to make your move go smoothly.


    We have proudly won numerous prestigious industry awards, proving we are one of the best in the business, who can be trusted and counted on to help you move home.


    With thousands of satisfied customers, our reviews speak for themselves. Why not become one of our next happy customers and book your removal with us?


    With removals and storage depots all across the United Kingdom, we have the necessary facilities and capabilities to move you anywhere with ease.


    Moving home shouldn’t cost the earth. And with White & Company, you can be assured you get a first rate service without the premium price tag. We’ll beat any local removals quote.


    It’s our job to make your move easy and stress free. That’s why all of our staff are fully trained and insured. So whether you’re moving small boxes or large loads, we’re always happy to help.

    Removals to Nottinghamshire

    Are you looking for removals to Nottinghamshire?

    Whether you are moving to Herefordshire to upsize your current living arrangements or to experience more of a laid back rural or seaside lifestyle, White & Company can help.

    White and Company have been helping families move in Nottinghamshire for many years and serves various Nottinghamshire cities and towns including Nottingham, Beeston and Newark-on-Trent.

    Our experienced staff can walk you through the removals process and handle any delicate or cumbersome items for you.

    In addition to the bespoke door-to-door delivery of your household items we can also offer storage and packing services as part of your removals to Nottinghamshire package.

    To give you further peace of mind we are also members of the industry regulators, British Association of Removers, FIDI and OMNI. Our long-standing membership is testament to the quality of the services we provide and our commitment to continuous training and best practice.

    Let White & Company help you get a step closer to settling into your dream home. Give us a call today to book your removals survey and receive a FREE no obligation quotation.

    Why Move to Nottinghamshire?

    One of the UK’s landlocked counties, Nottinghamshire is home to around 790,000 people.
    Over half of the total population live in the Greater Nottingham region. Nottinghamshire is not just steeped in fascinating folklore, in particular Robin Hood and Sherwood Forest, but it makes for the perfect location in which to immerse yourself in nature.

    Several country parks offer wonderful spaces to soak up the fresh air and forget about the stresses of our busy lifestyles. Rufford County Park, near Ollerton, and Rushcliffe Country Park, near Ruddington, are ideal examples. These large spaces are home to all kinds of wildlife. Plus, the Peak District sits just west of the county, notable for its magnificent scenery.

    If you are on the move with children, head to the county town of Nottingham. The crime rates of Nottingham are very low, ideal for families. When it comes to education, Nottinghamshire won’t disappoint either. From nursery through to university, standards are high. Three Universities combine to make Nottingham, in particular, one of England’s largest student cities.

    The largest settlements in the county are Nottingham (city), Mansfield, Beeston, Carlton, Sutton-in-Ashford, Workshop, West Bridgford, and Newark-on-Trent. Of course, many will be looking to put down roots in more rural areas. Southwell, Ravenshead, and Brinsley are all possible places to investigate.

    We all have to travel at some point, whether it is to work or for leisure purposes. You will find Nottinghamshire has great transport links and easy connectivity to both the motorway and rail network. East Midlands Airport is just outside the county in Leicestershire. While Doncaster Sheffield Airport lies within the historic boundaries of Nottinghamshire.

    If it is shopping that “floats your boat”, look no further. Nottinghamshire is the third highest-ranking shopping location in the UK, next to Birmingham and London. Victoria Centre in Nottingham City is a popular choice. The ultimate retail destination is packed with a great range of stores and eateries for home, fashion and more.

    Prospective buyers can look forward to purchasing a good-sized home without having to spend a fortune. No matter what you are looking for with regard to searching for a new place to live, whether it is city living or a countryside idyl, Nottinghamshire will fulfil your requirements and then some.

    Working in Nottinghamshire

    Before you move to a new county, you will want to explore what types of industries are available and if it is possible to find work to support you and your family. Dynamic local enterprise culture is vital for the long-term competitiveness and overall success of any local economy.

    A skilled workforce is also vital to ensure that the economy of an area can reach its full potential. The regional economy of the county used to be based on industries such as coal mining, manufacturing, and the lace industry. Today the economy is much more diverse and is building up steam following the pandemic.

    Job opportunities can be found across several main sectors which include tourism and still some manufacturing. Other possible areas to investigate are within the county’s City and County Councils. Both are prominent employers.

    Education also features highly. Nottingham’s two large universities: the University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University have around 5,000 and 3,300 local employees respectively.

    Rolls-Royce has had a presence in the county for many years. Based in Nottingham, the main site has just been transferred to ITP Aero (an engines and turbines manufacturer), but still provides plenty of opportunities for work. Many other large companies are located within the county boundary including Boots, E.On, Centre Parcs and Nottingham City Transport Limited.

    If you want to find out if it is possible for you to gain active employment in Nottinghamshire, a good starting point is one of the main online employment agencies.
    Totaljobs is one of the most viewed online agencies. They are currently advertising almost 7800 vacant positions in Nottinghamshire.

    Nottinghamshire Schools & Education

    These days next to cost, education is of utmost importance when it comes to planning a house move. With a little time spent researching Nottinghamshire local schools, you can have your children enrolled in a school that ensures it will get the best out of your children.

    There is no shortage of schools either, particularly for the 4–11-year age group. There are as many as 270 primary schools dotted across the region. The county operates on a comprehensive secondary education system, with 47 state secondary schools, as well as 10 independent schools.

    Six further education colleges combine to provide school leavers with some great Post 16 options. When it comes to higher education Nottinghamshire is up there with the best. The University of Nottingham is well-renowned, offering one of the broadest selections of courses in the UK.

    Nottingham Trent University is one of the most successful post-1992 universities in the UK. Whilst the University of Law in Nottingham City, supplies law degrees, specialist legal training and continuing professional development courses for British barristers and solicitors; it is the UK’s largest law school.

    Things to do in Nottinghamshire

    Some people like to get active in their down time.

    Others prefer to do something a little less strenuous, such as a long leisurely stroll or simply meeting for a coffee with friends.

    No matter where your interests may lie you will find something to keep you busy in your spare time in Nottinghamshire.

    Here are a few activities which might hit the spot for you:

    Shopping in Nottinghamshire – With an exciting blend of high-street shops and a strong independent retail scene, Nottingham is a seen as a prime shopping destination in the East Midlands.

    The Victoria Centre is the largest mall. Sitting in the heart of Nottingham it has over 120 stores including John Lewis, House of Fraser, Next, Office and River Island.

    Another popular retail destination is East Midlands Designer Outlet. Located in South Normanton it has all the best names in high-end fashion but, without the high price tags.

    Not to be outdone, nature lovers are also well catered for as the county packs in a lot of beautiful landscapes and parks.

    Rufford Abbey County Park, near Ollerton – is a former 12-century Cistercian Monastery and country house. Pretty gardens, a lake, and of course the stunning Abbey makes for a very pleasant, relaxing location. Plus, you can grab a quick bite at the park’s Coach House café.

    Rushcliffe Country Park, near Ruddington – a Green Flag open space is well-kept and comes with excellent facilities. It boasts a network of almost 5 miles of footpaths, several play areas and lots of places to enjoy a picnic.

    These are just a few of the delights you will find across the county but there is so very much more to explore.

    You can find out what else is on offer here:

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    Nottinghamshire Property


    When it comes down to cost, for most of us, affordability plays a key part in our property search.


    There is a swathe of locations to choose from in the region, but overall, the good news is that homes are definitely going to be within your means.


    As we have found since Covid 19 forced us all into isolation, working from home now means you can literally work from anywhere as long as there is a good internet connection.


    In Nottinghamshire, you can enjoy the benefits a lower mortgage gives. Plus, more space, a better standard of living and still having money in the bank at the end of each month!


    With an overall average property price recorded over the last 12 months of just £207,602; the sky really is the limit.


    Detached homes sold for an average of £309,292, semi-detached, £167,367, terraces, £133,819, and flats, £109,300.


    Everyone has differing opinions when it comes to choosing the perfect area to buy a home.


    Here are a couple of places in the county which may suit you:


    Nottingham – A busy city, close to universities, packed with historical sites, attractions, and a great nightlife.


    Arnold – One of the largest towns in the county. For its size, it is considered a safe location. It is the home base for Nottinghamshire Police Force. Great amenities and several very nice green areas make it in demand for those with children.


    Ruddington – Ideal for those seeking peace and quiet in a rural setting. It may offer a slower pace of life; however, it has a fantastic community feel and enough amenities for day-to-day supplies and leisure activities.


    Sherwood – Obviously a notable place to its links with Robin Hood. However, this large residential area has an Ofsted-rated outstanding primary and a good secondary. Plus, good connections.


    Beeston – This suburb, with its convenient access to Nottingham City Centre, and links by road to Lincoln, Leicester and Derby, is a popular spot for commuters and investors.



    As one of the nations longest established removals companies, we can provide local removals to the following Nottinghamshire towns:

    Our team are fully trained and experienced to deliver industry leading transport, storage and moving solutions at the very best rates. Whether you need house removals, office moves, or plan to relocate overseas, you can count on us to deliver the goods every time.

    With White & Company, you’re always in safe hands.


    Chat to a member of our friendly team who’ll be more than happy to help you.

    Call 01234 567890 for a quick quote

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    Industry Recognised Removals Service

    The British Association of Removers (BAR) has been the recognised voice of the professional moving and storage industry for over 100 years

    White & Company is a founder member of BAR, FIDI & OMNI. By choosing a company who are members of The British Association of Removers (BAR), you will have the peace of mind that comes from using a reputable, professional and safe remover, and in the unlikely event that something goes wrong, you’ve got someone to turn to.

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