For a friendly, reliable local removals company with a personal touch… Make It a Good Move!
Are you looking for removals to Norwich?
With over 35 years’ experience and membership of the Bar Association of Removers, GoodMove has the knowhow to carry out just about any move.
We provide removals and storage services to destinations across Norfolk, Essex and Suffolk, including:
Our central location in Colchester combined with our expert local knowledge means we can price our services competitively.
Whether you are moving across the country or just down the road, we can help with all aspects of house removals to or from Norwich.
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.
GoodMove has served cities and towns throughout Essex, Suffolk and Norfolkfor over 35 years, making us the standout choice for all removals to Norwich.
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:
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.
Norwich is a historic cathedral city and the capital city of Norfolk, holding the claim to fame of being the only city containing part of a National Park in the form of the Norfolk Broads.
Today, it is a cosmopolitan, thriving and beautiful city with an exciting arts scene, high-end shopping and eclectic student-led nightlife.
The city effortlessly blends the historic with the modern. It features many medieval buildings and winding cobbled streets many filled with bustling restaurants serving local produce and drink.
Norwich has long been regarded as communications hub for the east of England and is one of the fastest growing cities in the UK. Its easy access to the sea and location amongst rich agricultural land has made it an important trade centre and many people commute to the Norfolk capital for work.
In fact, in 2016 it was voted by The Guardian as the “happiest city to work in the UK” with a staggering 77% of people saying they loved their job.
Norwich-based journalist Lauren Razavi attributed this to the town’s ‘strong sense of self’ which she says is definitely part of why it came out on top of the rankings.
She added: “It’s also much more affordable, friendly and picturesque than say London or Manchester.”
Norwich highlights include:
A selection of excellent schools and two highly regarded universities, the University of East Anglia and Norwich University of the Arts.
Affordably priced and varied rolling housing stock featuring a wide range of characterful terraces and modern apartments.
Several iconic landmarks and buildings dating back almost 900 years, and in 2012 Norwich became England’s first UNESCO City of Literature.
A huge range of things to see and do with an extensive festivals calendar.
Property in Norwich is more reasonably priced than many other parts of the UK, and significantly cheaper than London and parts of Essex.
The average price for property in Norwich stood at £274,506 as of June 2019, according to property market experts, Zoopla.
Property styles range from basic student accommodation right through to luxury period homes costing well over the £1m mark.
City centre homes are of course going to be more expensive, but on the outskirts of the city there are some great bargains to be found in some lovely leafy lined suburbs.
The Riverside area of the city offers an abundance of new homes and newly refurbished properties which are situated in a handy position close to the train station.
As a guide, you can expect to pay an average of £367,000 for a detached home, £242,000 for a semi, £223,000 for a terrace and around £167,000 for a one bedroomed apartment.
Norwich is very much the educational hub for the region and as a result there is a massive choice of schools for children from nursery right through to higher education.
The city has 56 primary schools (including 16 academies and free schools) and 13 secondary schools, 11 of which are academies.
The city’s eight independent schools include Norwich School and the Norwich High School for Girls, as well five schools catering for children with special educational needs.
Three colleges serve the city including City College Norwich, which was founded in 1891 and is one of the largest colleges in the country.
There are two very good universities in the form of the University of East Anglia and the Norwich University of the Arts, both of which attract students from all over the UK and internationally.
Norwich has something to offer everyone, having hosted everything from Radio 1’s Big Weekend to Fashion Week over the years.
The city has long been associated with art, literature and publishing and this association continues to the present day with the city having been designated as England’s first UNESCO City of Literature.
Norwich is also home to some of the UK’s finest shopping, with a plethora of independent stores, along with two large indoor malls and the largest permanent undercover market in Europe.
One of the most popular visitor attractions and iconic architectural feats of the town is Norwich Cathedral. Work to build this magnificent building began in 1096 and was completed in 1145. It has the second largest cloisters in England, only exceeded by those at Salisbury Cathedral.
Outside of the city walls there is acres upon acres of beautiful rolling countryside perfect for outdoor pursuits. West Norfolk is full of straight, flat roads, and has some great cycle routes between pretty seaside towns and green forests.
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.
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.