Removal Company Bloxwich
Removals.co.uk removal company Bloxwich offer a great range of removals and storage services for customers who are moving to Bloxwich.
Moving Companies – Bloxwich
Moving is probably one of the most stressful experiences people go through in their lifetime which is why we have a number of solutions to make the entire moving to Bloxwich process simple and as stress-free as possible.
Each of our moving to Bloxwich customers are assigned their own dedicated removal coordinator who will be able to offer a selection of removal services whilst giving great advice, and 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
Bloxwich Removal Company
Bloxwich is a town on the northern edge of the borough of Walsall, which itself is in the north of the West Midlands, situated on the border with Staffordshire. The town benefits from having two train stations – Bloxwich and Bloxwich North – which connect the town the Walsall and thus onto other settlements in the region. The town can be divided into several areas: Little Bloxwich in the north, Blakenall Heath in the east, Leamore in the south, Beechdale in the south-west, Dudley Fields in the west, and Mossley and Turnberry in the north-west.
Bloxwich is known to have Anglo-Saxon origins, but may date back further. It is listed in the 1086 Doomsday book as Blockeswich, presumably named after the family of Bloc. Despite being very close to Walsall, there has actually been historically a rivalry between the two areas; this first came to be in the English Civil War, during which the two settlements supported opposing factions. Bloxwich expanded in the 1700s, largely due to the Industrial Revolution which led to the town working primarily in the coal and iron industries. However, unlike many settlements after the Industrial Revolution. Bloxwich did remain a village. Large-scale housing development only really began in the inter-war period, to meet demand for council housing. In recent years, some refurbishment of communal spaces in the town has been carried out.
Removal Company – Bloxwich Economy
Bloxwich has a reasonable range of high-street stores and supermarkets, which will provide plenty of local jobs. Apart from that, many of the town’s residents will use the strong transport links to commute into Walsall and potentially further to Birmingham or Wolverhampton to work.
Property Moving House Market
The current average asking price for a property in Bloxwich is £204,634. A move to a three-bedroom is cheaper on average than this, costing around £161,454, while a move to a four-bedroom house will cost £310,000 on average. Monthly rental fees tend to be situated around the £500 mark. The most expensive addresses in Bloxwich include Dukes Grove, Stafford Road and Sanstone Road, all of which are located in the northern side of town.
Bloxwich housing Demographics
Bloxwich, according to 2001 UK Census, has a population of 25,401. The town is line with national averages in terms of age, having an average of 40 years. Nearly 97% of Bloxwich residents were born in England; a further 1% were born in the other nations of the United Kingdom, meaning that overall, there is little in the way of ethnic diversity in the town. 44% of the population are married. The most common job sectors for Bloxwich residents are wither skilled trades or administrative work.
Bloxwich retains a village feel, despite the development in recent years, and this proves to be very attractive for movers looking at the area. All Saints Church and Bloxwich Hall reflect this particularly well, but much of the town centre showcases period housing and the leafy parks in Bloxwich help to give the impression of a quaint, rural location. Bloxwich in the past has been known for having the most pubs out of any area in Walsall; many of these are still open and are a great excuse for a wander into town!
Did you know…
Significant property damage was caused in Bloxwich in 1981 when a tornado struck the town.