All data below is based on reallymoving registrations for the 12 months to 30th June 2016
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With 26% of movers to Sutton coming from the bordering postcode areas and 47% coming from within Sutton, the south London town is clearly a popular destination for local movers. Whether you have selected Sutton for its affordable housing and excellent schools or the beautiful public exterior wall art and its great commuter location, we can find you a removal company that will provide you with a seamless transition to your new home in Sutton.
Sutton has a wide range of property types, from the Victorian housing around Sutton Green and Edwardian properties on Landseer Road to the 1930s semi-detached houses around Benhill Recreation Ground and the purpose built flats in Belmont. Whatever type of property you are moving into, it is important to find an accredited, professional firm that will take into account any potential access issues that may affect your move.
Sutton is home to four conservation areas, and the wider borough contains a large number of Local Nature Reserves. With the historic, rural feel to the Sutton area, you can see why it’s a popular location to escape the more central London postcodes; 12% of moves to Sutton originated in the SW postcode area. Whether you enjoy visiting the local heritage sites, or you prefer the restaurants and bars along Sutton’s High Street, your removal company will move you in quickly and securely.
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