All data below is based on reallymoving registrations for the 12 months to 30th September 2017
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Romford, with its recently improved retail and leisure facilities, including the largest shopping centre in the sub-region, and its position in the heart of the Thames Gateway, has become the place people want to live. It’s certainly popular with our users, with 683 Romford movers in 2013.
Whether you are buying a property on the north bank of the River Thames in Tilbury, or a rural, remote home in Navestock, the removal companies on our panel will be able to move you into your new home with professionalism and care. Our removal companies are aware of any roads in the Romford area that may have weight limits and will ensure the route to your new home will be planned accordingly.
Once you’ve moved into your new Romford home, there’s plenty for you to do in the area. If you are interested in architecture, you may enjoy days out at Eastbury Manor House and Rainham Hall, or if you prefer live productions, there’s Brookside Theatre to spend your evenings in. With a Regional Stickiness rating of 57%, one of the highest ratings of all the Greater London postcode areas, it is clear that Romford is a difficult place to move away from.
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