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Removal Company Fazeley

When moving house to Fazeley you should make sure you have a look at the great removals and storage solutions that has on offer.

Fazeley Birmingham Removals

Moving Company Fazeley

Moving house can be one of the most stressful experience you will go through which is why we give all our moving home to Fazeley customers a range of moving solutions that will make the entire process simple and stress free.

To manage your move, you will be given a dedicated removal coordinator who will help with all the paperwork, give you advice, and answer any questions that you might 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)

Export Wrap

Crate Building (Artwork, Fragile Items)

Shipping Cars, Motorbikes, Boats

Removal Company Fazeley


Fazeley is a small town located on the southern outskirts of Tamworth, in the south-eastern corner of Staffordshire. Fazeley is also a civil parish, and its boundaries include Bonehill and Mile Oak. The town is the close settlement to Drayton Manor, the former home of Sir Robert Peel who is known for his role in creating the modern police force, but now more widely known for the theme park and zoo that exists there. Fazeley does not have its own train station, but the nearby Wilnecote station is only a three-minute drive away.


The name ‘Fazeley’ is believed by historians to derive from the early Saxon language, where the word may have meant ‘pasture land’, and thus reflects the historical land use in the area for agriculture. The town is situated on the historic Watling Street; an ancient Roman road that connected southern ports such as Dover to London, and then stretching in a north-westerly direction all the way to Uttoxeter. In the late 19th century, Fazeley was best known for its cotton manufacturing. The town sits next to a canal network; Fazeley Junction is the canal junction joining the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal to the Coventry Canal, and this transport route would have played a key role in enabling the Fazeley cotton to move around the country.


Fazeley is certainly a small town, but it does have its fair share of larger companies that will employ in the area. These include Enterprise, the car rental company, Tesco which has a small shop in the town centre, and of course the Drayton Manor Theme Park and Zoo, which will employ many people from the local area. The removal of the cotton manufacturing sectors has not eliminated all industry by any means either, and there are several small industrial parks surrounding Fazeley that operate in a diverse range of sectors.

Property Market

According to Zoopla, the average house price in Fazeley is £258,333, meaning that is represents a relatively affordable for movers and is roughly around the national average house price. It does appear that it is an area in which fairly few properties are on the market at any time however, so movers who are particularly keen on the area may have to act fast. Amongst the most expensive streets in Fazeley are Mayfair Drive, Coleshill Street and Brewster Close.


Fazeley, according to the 2011 Census, has a population of 4,388 people. The average age is 42 in Fazeley; two years older than the national average. 94.3% of the population identify as English, while a further 2.7% represent the other nations of the United Kingdom, meaning that generally there is little in the way of ethnic diversity in Fazeley.


Fazeley is a great location to move to for families, because of the abundance of activities and attractions for children in the area. The largest is of course Drayton Manor, but neighbouring Tamworth has plenty more; these include Tamworth Castle, Tamworth SnowDome which is an artificial ski slope, and Ash End House Children’s Farm, alongside an ODEON cinema, bowling and a trampolining park. The list goes on and on!

Did you know…
During the Second World War, the top floor of the five-storey Fazeley Steam Mill was used for fire-watching by the British Home Guard and ARP Wardens.

Fazeley Birmingham Removals
Our prices for relocating are highly competitive, if you receive a cheaper like for like quote from another professional removals company then we will do our best to beat it.
We are part of the BAR, the Guild of Removers & Storers, Eurovan, and other well-known industry organisations.