Removal Company Biddulph
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Moving to Biddulph
When relocating to Biddulph it can be a stressful time for any individual or family, so we give all our clients a selection of solutions to ensure that the move to Biddulph is as stress free as possible.
During the house removal process we give our clients their very own move coordinator who manages all aspects of the move, helps with paperwork, and is there to answer any questions there may be.
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
Removal Company Biddulph
Biddulph is a relatively small town located in the north of Staffordshire, around 13 kilometres north of Stoke-on-Trent and 8 kilometres south of the Cheshire town of Congleton. The A500 and A527 roads connect Biddulph with Stoke-on-Trent. The town in the past had a train station that was situated on the Stoke – Macclesfield line, but it is no longer operational.
Biddulph, under its present name, can be regarded as rather new; it was only in 1930 that maps began labelling the settlement as Biddulph. Prior to this, it was known as Bradley Green, during the time were coal and iron extraction was occurring in the area. These minerals have been extracted for a very long time, with historians believing that Anglo-Saxon’s quarried in the area, but during the Industrial Revolution it was a catalyst for significant development in the town. Bradley Green, as it was known then, was transformed from a small hamlet to a town with new homes, shops and offices, as the new industry created many new jobs and thus houses were built to accommodate the workers.
Biddulph is a small town, so most of the residents will commute to other areas, such as Stoke-on-Trent, to work. Most of the shops on the High Street are independent shops, although there are a few recognisable names such as Wetherspoons and Coral, the betting company. There is a Sainsbury, which is one of the main local employers. The removal of a Post Office in the town in 2011 caused issues for the residents of Biddulph, but a new branch has now opened, moving to the north of the High Street.
Housing Property Market
Generally, houses in Biddulph are on the market at prices below the national average. The current average house price is £184,282; dissecting this figure, it means an average price for a three-bedroom house is £136,862, while the average price for a four-bedroom house is £336,200. A one-bedroom flat can be rented for £341 per month, while a three-bedroom house on average will cost £692 per month. Generally, houses in the area between Biddulph and Gillow Heath are more expensive than those in the middle of the town; Newtown is one of the most expensive streets in the area.
According to the 2011 Census, Biddulph has a population of 19,892; it is likely that this figure will have risen to some extent since the Census was carried out. The average age in Biddulph is 43.4, which is clearly higher than the national average of 40, and the town has a slightly lower proportion of children than both the rest of the county and England as a whole. 97.7% of Biddulph residents are White British.
The town of Biddulph is in very close proximity to Biddulph Grange Gardens, a National Trust property. The property allows visitors to explore the immaculate Victorian gardens, and regular events ensure that no experience will be the same. The Biddulph Grange house provides an impressive backdrop to the gardens. Elsewhere in the area, there are ancient burial mounds, relics of the English Civil War, and locations with links to the Bubonic Plague.
Did you know…
A fact for football experts – former professional Premier League referee, Phil Dowd, comes from Biddulph.