Burntwood Removal Company
If you are moving to Burtnwood then you need to take a look at the great moving home services that Removals.co.uk removals company Burntwood has to offer.
Moving Companies Burntwood
Moving house is possibly one of the most stressful experiences that you may go through in life, which is why we have a number of solutions to make the entire moving process as simple and as stress free as possible.
We ensure all of our customers who are moving home to Burntwood are given a dedicated removals coordinator who will manage the move, guide you through all the paperwork, and answer any questions you may have.
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 Burntwood
Burntwood is a town located in the south of Staffordshire, approximately seven kilometres west of Lichfield. The town can be divided into five areas; these are Boney Hay, Chase Terrace, Chasetown, Gorstley Lea and Burntwood Green. The town contains Prince’s Park, which is the smallest park in the United Kingdom; it contains three trees and in 2013 held the World’s Shortest Fun Run. It accessible via the A5, which passes through much of the Midlands. The nearest train station is either Cannock or Lichfield City. Burntwood is located near to the Cannock Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Burntwood has had its name since at least 1298 and originates from the burning of a Cannock Forest heath. Historically, Burntwood was a farming village; however, in the 1960s and 1970s the area was designated for large scale development in order to build new houses. This influx of people brought new shops, offices and communal spaces, and transformed Burntwood into the sizeable town that it now is.
While the town is relatively large in terms of its population, it does not have the wealth of shops and amenities that a market town for example may have. It has the essentials however; a Morrisons supermarket, local pubs, a Post Office and a Doctors surgery to name a few. Given that the town appears to be relatively affluent, it is likely that many of Burntwood’s residents commute to the larger towns and cities nearby, such as Lichfield, Wolverhampton and Walsall, as well as potentially Birmingham for some.
Property Market – Moving House Company Data
The average house price in Burntwood costs £250,249 according to Zoopla, meaning that the town is broadly in line with national averages. A two-bedroom flat will cost on average £120,999, while a four-bedroom house will cost £347,101. The average monthly rental cost will be £700. Meg Lane, which runs just above Burntwood Green to east of Boney Hay, is amongst the most expensive streets in the area; more generally, prices can be expected to rise slightly for properties near the High Street.
Burntwood had a population of 26,049, according to the 2011 UK Census. Overall, the town has a population that is older than the national average; it has a great proportion of over 65s than the country as a whole and has an older average age of 42.2 compared to 40 nationally. Statistics suggest that the town is quite affluent; 20% more administrative or professional households than the national average. Burntwood does not have a large immigrant population, and 96.2% of residents are native to the UK.
Moving to Burntwood
Arguably the best feature of Burntwood is its location. By car, the town is only 20 minutes to the Cannock Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which allows visitors to participate in various outdoor pursuits, including Segway rides. As well as this, Burntwood residents are only a 30-minute drive from Birmingham, which has an away of cultural attractions and activities.
Did you know…
In 2009, Burntwood resident Terry Herbert found what is now known as the Staffordshire Hoard; the largest collection of Anglo-Saxon gold that has been found so far.