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    Removals Company Diss

    Are you looking for removals to Diss?

    With over 35 years’ experience and membership of the Bar Association of Removers, GoodMove has the knowhow to carry out just about any move.

    Our central location in Colchester, 40 miles from the Norfolk town of Diss, combined with our expert local knowledge means we can price our services competitively.

    GoodMove serves cities and towns either side of the Suffolk/Norfolk border, including:

    • Bungay
    • Diss
    • Thetford
    • Wymondham
    • Norwich

    Whether you are moving across the country or just down the road, we can help with all aspects of house removals to or from Diss.

    Contact us today to receive a free no obligation quote or to discuss your requirements. For removals with a personal touch…make it a GoodMove.

    Why Choose Us for Removals to Diss?

    Having been moving families in East Anglia and Norfolk for over 35 years, GoodMove is the standout choice for all removals to Diss.

    Moving with GoodMove couldn’t be simpler. Our experienced and friendly team will be on hand to guide you throughout the process and will tailor your move to your time and budget.

    We pack your belongings using a bespoke range of packing materials and 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:

    • Boxes
    • Packing Paper
    • Packing Cases
    • Book Cartons
    • Packing Tape
    • Wine dividers
    • Acid free paper (for silverware)
    • Portable Wardrobes
    • Bubble Wrap

    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.

    Why Move to Diss

    Slower pace of life where quality of life is valued over ‘ladder climbing’.

    Wide range of period property styles from Victorian terraces to Georgian townhouses.

    Good transport links to Norwich and other Norfolk towns with a one hour and 40-minute train journey to London.

    The historical parish Church of St Mary the Virgin sits just above the town and can be seen from miles around having stood on its current site since 1290.

    Community spirited town with several well-respected schools

    Diss is a small historic market town close to the Waveney valley on the Norfolk/Suffolk border whcih dates back over 500 years.

    The town was selected to take part in a trial of the Italian Cittaslow ‘slow city’ schemes. The aim of which is to do away with fast food and condensed traffic and promote a slower more healthier pace of life.

    Diss is classed as a crossroads town – lying on the highway from Norwich to London (the A140), and the road between Thetford to Lowestoft – which makes is a good commuter hub for the region.

    Another part of the town’s allure is the reasonably priced. There are a range of house styles dotted throughout the narrow winding streets of the centre.

    Property Prices in Diss

    The average property price in Diss is currently £312,541 as of May 2019, with prices rising slightly by 2% over the last year, according to property market experts, Zoopla.

    In terms of property types, flats in Diss sold for an average of £128,314 and terraced houses for £211,971.

    Many of the roads close to the centre are dotted with little pink cottages which date from the 18th Century and have period features such as wooden beams and inglenook fireplaces.

    Mixed in between are some very lovely Tudor homes too, which are in high demand and are snapped up very quickly.

    Popular roads include Croft Lane and Roydon Road along with the nearby hamlets of Palgrave, Suston, Scole, Burston and Dickleburgh where you will find plenty of nice detached and semi-detached homes.

    Schools in Diss

    Local children are catered for at the town’s three highly regarded primary schools. These include Diss Infants, Roydon Primary and Palgrave CofE Primary, all of which have been rated ‘good’ by Ofsted.

    These schools feed into the popular Diss High School, set on an attractive site at the north-eastern edge of the town with 880 pupils currently.

    Sixth formers are taught in ‘Uplands House’, a large adapted Victorian House on the same site with its own bistro.

    The school and its sixth form were also awarded a grading of ‘good’ by Ofsted following the last round of inspections.

    There are also several alternative colleges to consider, however the closest one is West Suffolk College, 22 miles from Diss.

    The college is a member of the University of Suffolk and provides a range of apprenticeships and undergraduate degree courses.

    Living in Diss

    Diss may only have a small population of around 7,000 residents but the catchment area also includes surrounding villages and hamlets.

    The area is home to Diss Mere, one of the deepest natural inland lakes in the country. There is also Diss park, a large area of parkland with play equipment, picnic areas and a small refreshment kiosk.

    A refurbished leisure centre offers a range of energetic classes for all ages from swimming and gym facilities to sauna and steam room sessions.

    Shopping is also well catered for and centred around four courtyards: Cobbs, Norfolk House, Hales and Will. All boast a wonderful array of shops and, of course, there is also the historic market.

    In 1152 Richard de Lucy received the right to hold a market in Diss. Diss Market still takes place every Friday in the centre of the town. It offers many different stalls including locally produced fruit and veg, specialist fine cheeses, country clothes, domestic products, garden products and much more.

    For more leisurely pursuits, tee off at the town’s golf club whose scenic course dates back to 1903. An 18-hole course which sits on the outskirts of Diss on the Suffolk/Norfolk border.

    Nearby is the historic city of Norwich, the charming Norfolk Broads and the beautiful Norfolk coastline. All are within easy reach of the lovely town of Diss.

    Our Coverage

    When moving with us, we deal with everything from initial survey, to packing your belongings, to loading and unloading whilst securing your irreplaceable belongings. By planning your Norfolk move, this unties you to get on with important matters when moving home.

    Brilliant customer service, honesty and integrity are the bedrock of our ethos. That’s why we are proud to be members of the British Association of Removers (BAR), consistently receiving rave customer reviews.

    Contact us for a free home moving survey & quote.

    Why Choose Us?

    Worldwide Coverage

    Our experienced team of removals specialists have been relocating customers all over the world since 1984.

    100% Satisfaction

    With a reputation for outstanding customer service, there's no better choice of removals firm for your next move.

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    Our friendly support team are always on hand to offer help and guidance, whenever when you need it.

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