Removals Company Northamptonshire
Removals.co.uk house removal service the entire area of Northamptonshire, offering great services at a competitive rate.
Moving Company Northamptonshire
When moving to Northamptonshire it can be a stressful time for any individual or family, which is why we have a number of solutions to make the entire process simple and stress-free.
All of our clients who move to Northamptonshire are given their very own dedicated removals coordinator who will manage the move, offer great advice, and be there to answer any questions.
Removal and Storage Company
Moving “Boxes Only” Service
Small Load (Not a full Removal Truck)
Dedicated Removal Truck (20ft or 40ft)
Full Packing Service
Part Pack – (Just fragile items)
Crate Building (Artwork, Fragile Items)
Shipping Cars, Motorbikes, Boats
Northamptonshire Removal Company
Moving home Location
Northampton is a county in the East Midlands of England and is surrounded by no fewer than eight other counties; working clockwise from the north, these are Leicestershire, Rutland, Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Lincolnshire. There are no cities in Northamptonshire, though there are several large towns including the county town of Northampton, Kettering, Corby and Wellingborough.
People first moved into what is now the county of Northamptonshire in the Iron Age – later than most areas – and some believe this late move is why the county is relatively sparsely populated. Nonetheless, since that point, Northamptonshire has an eventful history. The Roman’s created a town on the site of modern-day Towcester as well as Northampton and Kettering, and an important Roman road also passed through the region. It was then conquered by Anglo-Saxons, Danes and Vikings, before obviously becoming part of the United Kingdom that we know. Following the Industrial Revolution, the county become world-renowned for its leather and shoe-making industries. Despite, Northamptonshire remains rather rural.
Particularly during the 1980s, the remains of the shoe-making industry was closed down, and the only prominent shoe company still operating in the region is Dr. Martens. Some of the main companies with offices and plants in the region now include Weetabix, Carlsberg, the cosmetics company Avon and Siemens. The presence of the Silverstone race track, which is one of the races on the Formula 1 calendar, means that various Formula One teams are also based in the county; such companies include Force India, Mercedes, and Cosworth.
The average house price in Northamptonshire is £252,397 according Zoopla, making the county rather good value, although in the most sought-after areas house prices are likely to rise above that. Northampton is popular due to its wide selection of homes, from older terraces to modern factory conversions. The village of Wooton has seen a lot of housing development, while other villages, such as Yardley Hastings retain a quaint, countryside feel. Movers are drawn to Northampton for its excellent transport moving company links too; Heathrow and Birmingham airports are an hour drive away, and London Euston is also an hour away on the train.
Northamptonshire has an estimated population of 741,200. Over a quarter of these people live in the county town of Northampton. 85% of the population are White British, with a small minority of the population coming from Eastern Europe. Compared to national averages, the population of Northamptonshire is more youthful, with a slightly larger proportion of children and slight small proportion of over 65s.
Aside from the Formula One race, Northamptonshire is the home of one other World sporting event – the World Conker Championships! These are held in Southwick every October. There are a range of heritage attractions such as Althorp House which has been the Spencer family home for over 500 years and is the final resting place of Princess Diana, and Fotheringhay Castle, which has ties to Mary Queen of Scots and King Richard III.
Did you know…
Northampton’s market square surrounding All Saints Church is the largest in England.