Removals companies for Newcastle upon Tyne

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If you require a removals firm in Newcastle Upon Tyne we can help. Our network of removals providers operate in and around Newcastle Upon Tyne so can deliver a fantastic moving home service for you. All our removals firms are experienced professional companies who can deal with all types of removal jobs. They cover Gateshead, South Shields and across Northumberland. Get a great deal on a removal firm, right here!

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Really great friendly service, did an excellent job and moved a very heavy jukebox up two flights of stairs!

Becky on 19/02/2023

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Focus Removals & Storage Teesside Ltd is a company which caters for the clients needs at very competitive prices. From full house moves or business moves we have a solution for any query that is passed our way.Read more

Secure Move Ltd

5.0 out of 5.0 based on 31 reviews

Here at Secure Move in Newcastle upon Tyne, it is our aim to delight our customers with a tailored removal and courier platform, by delivering a dependable, secure and timely door to door service to the homes and Read more

Westoe Removals

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Westoe Removals & Storage provide a reliable, competitive removal and storage service. We cater for single items to a full house, both local and long distance.Read more

Local information

Based on reallymoving data up to December 2020

  • Average property price: £198,882
  • Average number of bedrooms: 2.51
  • reallymoving movers: 1,971
  • Average distance moved: 53.75951 miles

Home to Newcastle football club, the Tyne Bridge and a Russel Group university, Newcastle-upon-Tyne is a city that has something to offer everyone. Newcastle has a long literary history and the Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle upon Tyne is Britain’s largest independent library outside of London, housing over 150,000 books. The city is also home to many unique and exciting events and festivals including the Newcastle Beer Festival and the Newcastle Mela, a 2 day multicultural event that celebrates Punjabi, Pakistani, Bengali and Hindu cultures. In Newcastle’s vibrant centre stands Grainger Town, the city’s historic quarter and it includes Grainger Market, Theatre Royal, Grainger Street, Clayton Street and Grey Street, commonly acknowledged as the most beautiful street in Britain. Newcastle, moreover, has been voted the happiest place to live in the UK and is among the top 20 in all of Europe, according to a survey conducted by the European Commission. Our users agree and in 2016, and our partners in removals have helped over 1100 people relocate to Newcastle.

With you can compare quotes of up to five removal companies which will help ensure your move to Newcastle will be as cheap as possible. Furthermore, as our partners in removals are all local to Newcastle, they are aware of the best routes which will save you time on your move. This is particularly important for the Newcastle locality as research from the satnav company TomTom, has found that Newcastle is one of the most congested cities in the UK.

Our removal partners will help streamline your move leaving you free to explore and enjoy one of Britain’s most famous historic cities. 

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