Are you looking for removals services in Chelmsford? GoodMove Removals and Storage has been providing removal services in Chelmsford and the surrounding areas for over 35 years.
We serve towns and villages throughout Essex including Braintee, Brentford, Chelsmford, Colchester, Harlow and Southend-On-Sea.
We offer a range of reliable removal services, including home removals, office removals and storage. In addition to these core services we can also offer assistance with boxing and packaging your goods.
We are accredited by the British Association of Removers and undergo regular audits to ensure our services meet the highest standards of the industry. We believe our reviews, which you can view on Reference Line, are testament to this.
Ready to move to Chelmsford? For friendly and reliable removals services to Chelmsford with a personal touch… make it a GoodMove!
Contact us today using the phone number listed above or the quick quote form on your right to receive a free no obligation quote or to further discuss your requirements.
GoodMove is the standout choice for all Removals to Chelmsford. We are one of the largest independent home removal companies in Essex and in the Chelmsford and Braintree areas.
Moving with GoodMove couldn’t be simpler. Our experienced and friendly team will be on hand to guide you throughout the process. We tailor your move to your time and budget.
GoodMove pack your belongings using a bespoke range of packing materials. We then deliver them right to your new home using our extensive fleet of vehicles. We can supply the following materials so all your items can be packed properly and avoid any damage in transit:
Once we ascertain the volume of effects being moved we will send you a free no obligation written quotation. If satisfied we will then provide you with a full schedule detailing every aspect of your move, ensuring everything runs smoothly on the day.
We also offer a range of flexible storage solutions should you wish to take advantage of them.
Having become the first Essex county town to acquire city status following the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012, Chelmsford is fast getting a name for itself as a popular relocation destination.
Chelmsford is a calm oasis of stunning countryside walks and beautiful cathedrals.
While it may not be able to keep up with the nightlife of it’s TOWIE-famed neighbour, Brentwood it more than makes up for this with its plethora of shopping outlets, eclectic restaurants and bars, and first-class recreational facilities.
Like many Essex towns, Chelmsford holds sway with London commuters looking to ditch the box-sized bedrooms of the east end in favour of a good-sized family home with excellent transport links.
Average house prices in this former Essex county town have risen sharply. However, spate of new developments have created plenty of wiggle-room for those looking to take their first step onto the property ladder or upgrade their current living arrangements.
Chelmsford is a city which continues to innovate and inspire. Nowadays the city is providing ample office space for several leading technology companies we’ve helped move.
Whether you are living in the trendy city centre, or in the picturesque local villages, surrounded by stunning river estuaries there are no shortage of idyllic locations to live in Chelmsford.
The average price for property in Chelmsford is currently £378,424 (prices as of August 2019), a slight decline of 1% over the past three month period.
Although property prices are on the rise, affordability is still a key driver behind the influx of new residents to the town.
In terms of properties sold, flats in Chelmsford sold for an average of £209,013 and terraced houses for £297,630., according to the latest data from property market specialists, Zoopla.
Chelmsford has a divere property portfolio which offers everything from Victorian cottages to plush new apartment developments. .
Construction has started on the creation of up to 3,600 new homes at Beaulieu Park, a joint development project located North East of the city centre.
In addition to a range of modern detached properties and luxury apartments, this project will also pave the way for a new business park and school.
A new station at Boreham will also be created to join up with the direct line to London Liverpool Street, taking Chelmsford commuters to the centre of London in little over half hour.
Chelmsford has a reputation as being the go-to destination for families. A major factor behind this is its excellent reputation for schools.
This includes some well thought of Grammar Schools – King Edward VI and Chelmsford County High School for Girls (both rated ‘Outstanding’ following the latest round of Ofsted reports), as well as some high performing non-selectives (Chelmer Valley High School and Great Baddow High School).
The majority of Chelmsford’s state primary schools were judged to be ‘good’ by the Government’s education watchdog, Ofsted.
During the latest round of inspections, Moulsham Infants, The Tyrrells, Perryfield Juniors and Galleywood all performed highly.
There are also five private schools in and around the city, catering for boys and girls aged between three and 11.
Chelmsford benefits from its prime, central location in the heart of the glorious Essex countryside.
You can enjoy a Sunday afternoon in one of its many rustic watering holes before taking a gentle stroll along the pleasant river estuaries.
For more active endeavours take a bike and explore the rolling hills via one of the city’s many designated cycle paths. With no shortage of outdoor venues, protected public parks and other stunning rural locations, there is something for everyone.
Chelmsford boasts an extensive events programme which includes an endless list of festivals.
There is everything from world food celebrations to the 3foot People festival, an event aimed exclusively at pre-school children and is the largest of its kind.
Having previously hosted the famous V Festival series of festivals, a spate of new and exciting festivals has taken its place.
These include the Big Nineties Festival and RiZE Festival, a brand-new festival held at Hylands Park, a 232-hectare park located south-west of the city. Expect to hear the latest sounds in Pop, R&B and rock music.
Chelmsford is rapidly developing as a place where people want to live, work, shop, spend time and perhaps most importantly, conduct business.
Having said this a large chunk of the population commute to the capital for work. The city’s main railway station provide a regular service to and from London Liverpool Streets.
Trains take around 35 minutes on average and is operated by Greater Anglia, which has one of the best punctuality and cleanliness records of all suburban rail franchises.
There are also northbound services to Braintree, Colchester and beyond with interconnecting motorways via the A12.
For sporting enthusiasts, the city does not disappoint. Chelmsford City Racecourse provides a wonderful setting to have a flutter on the races, enjoy a champagne-toasted meal with family or friends or simply enjoy more in the field of quality live music.
Cricket fans can also rejoice at the Essex Country Cricket club, where they can catch all the latest action, from the fast-paced Natwest T20 Blast to the LV= County Championships.
Our experienced team of removals specialists have been relocating customers all over the world since 1984.
With a reputation for outstanding customer service, there's no better choice of removals firm for your next move.
Our friendly support team are always on hand to offer help and guidance, whenever when you need it.