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Looking for a removal company in Gloucestershire? With an average moving cost of £1,302, we've helped over 2,000 people move home and save money in the borough in the last year. Compare My Move can connect you with up to 6 verified removal companies, taking the stress out of moving home.

Covering an area that includes Gloucester, Cheltenham, Stroud and Cirencester, we have 39 quality removal companies covering the Gloucestershire area. Every removal company must agree to our code of practice and each one is put through our strict verification process. Our new business team diligently checks third-party reviews and company documentation to ensure every company has both Goods in Transit and Public Liability insurance.

If you're moving within or from Gloucestershire, compare home removal companies with us to save up to 70% on your moving costs.

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    FAQs About Moving to Gloucestershire

    Here we bring you all the information you need for moving house in Gloucestershire. Our research shows that the average removal company cost in this part of West England is £1,302, with August being the most popular month for moves.

    Whether you're buying or renting in Gloucestershire, we’ve done the research to help you with your move. The average property price in the area is £354,380 and the average cost of renting is £1,104.

    Avg property price: £354,380
    Avg rental price: £1,104
    Avg removal costs: £1,302
    Best time to move: August

    How Much Are Removal Company Costs in Gloucestershire?

    According to our unique data, the average cost of moving house in Gloucestershire is £1,302, based on the removal cost of a three-bedroom house in the area. Removal costs will vary depending on the size of the move, the distance between your previous property and your new home and the company you hire.

    We found that the cheapest removal costs for the area are around £957, with the most expensive being closer to £1,647. Don’t forget you can save up to 70% on your removal costs with Compare My Move.

    Average Removal Costs in Gloucestershire 2020-2021
    Average Removal Costs in Gloucestershire 2020-2021

    What is the Best Time of Year to Move in Gloucestershire?

    The most popular time of year to move in Gloucestershire is August, with over 21% of our users opting to move during this month. Summer is often a popular time to move due to good weather conditions, longer days and lighter evenings.

    In contrast, the colder months are less popular, with October being the least popular month to move in the area, followed by December, with just over 2% and 3% of users picking these months to move respectively. As December is often a busy festive period for many people, it’s no surprise that home moves are less likely to happen at this time of year. Add the potential for bad weather and shorter, darker days and you can see why the summer is the optimum time of year to move house for many people.

    Popular Months to Move House in Gloucestershire 2020 - 2021
    Popular Months to Move House in Gloucestershire 2020 - 2021

    What is the Best Day of the Week to Move to Gloucestershire?

    According to our data, the most popular day to move house in Gloucestershire is overwhelmingly a Friday, with over 30% of our users opting to move on this day. Being the gateway to the weekend, meaning minimal impact to the working week, it’s no surprise Friday is so popular. Being followed by the weekend, moving on a Friday provides ample time to settle in and unpack.

    The least popular day of the week to move house in Gloucestershire is on a Wednesday, closely followed by Sunday. With mid-week and the day before Monday having the potential to cause the biggest disruption to the working week, it’s no wonder these are the least popular days to move,

    Popular Moving Days in Gloucestershire 2020-2021
    Popular Moving Days in Gloucestershire 2020-2021

    What are the Top 4 Locations for Gloucestershire Movers?

    Gloucestershire has plenty to offer all walks of life and some breathtaking countryside too. For those moving within or out of the area, we’ve looked at the top 4 locations people in Gloucestershire move to. The most popular of the four is Cheltenham, with over 22% of our users moving here. You can expect an average property price of £378,675.

    The other locations include Tewkesbury, Longhope and Scunthorpe. Below we look at each of these areas, their average property prices and the average cost of renting.

    Top Locations For Gloucestershire Movers 2020 - 2021
    Top Locations For Gloucestershire Movers 2020 - 2021
    • Cheltenham

      A large spa town on the edge of the Cotswolds, Cheltenham is a popular place to live. The average property price here is £378,675, with semi-detached properties being the most popular type of house in the last year, making up the majority of the sales. House prices in the area are up by 10% on the previous year. Rental costs are on average £1,105pcm in the area according to Zoopla.

    • Tewkesbury

      Twekesbury has lower property prices than Chelenham, with an average of £240,307. Semi-detached properties, which made up the majority of sales in the last year, were even less at £228,930. This is a 6% decrease of the previous year. For those looking to rent, the average monthly cost is £673.

    • Longhope

      Longhope has the highest property prices on our list, having increased 26% on the previous year. The average cost of a home in the area is currently £411,153 according to Rightmove, with the most sales in the last year being for detached properties. These sold for an average of £432,440 but terraced properties in Longhope can be purchased for an average of £155,000.

    • Scunthorpe

      Located in Lincolnshire, this is the cheapest area to rent out of the four, with an average monthly rental cost of £509. One-bedroom flats are, on average, even lower at £422 pcm. House prices are also a lot more reasonable than many parts of Gloucestershire, with an average price of £139,669.

    What Are the Average Property Price in Gloucestershire?

    The current average price of a home in Gloucestershire is £354,380 according to Rightmove. The majority of sales in Gloucestershire over the last year were for detached properties, selling for an average of £500,168. Terraced properties sold for considerably less, on average £267,692. Gloucestershire has seen a 15% increase on prices over the last year and 17% up on 2018.

    We’ve looked at 4 areas within Gloucestershire to assist with your property hunt and included some important information about each area, including the average property price.

    When it comes to your move, we can also help you find the perfect removal company. We work with verified and trusted removal companies who have carried out hundreds of moves to, from and within Gloucestershire.

    Average Property Price For Locations in Gloucestershire 2020-2021
    Average Property Price For Locations in Gloucestershire 2020-2021
    • Stroud

      A market town and civil parish, the average property price for Stroud is less than the overall average for Gloucestershire, at £327,897. Semi-detached properties made up the majority of house sales in the last year, selling for an average of £288,970.

    • Tetbury

      Properties in Tetbury, an historic wool town, cost an average of £414,149. With its proximity to the Cotswolds, this quaint and picturesque area draws those looking for a slower pace of life. The majority of sales of the last year were for detached properties, selling for an average of £502,149.

    • Quedgeley

      The area of Quedgeley, southwest of the city of Gloucester, is the cheapest on our list, with an average property price of £229,552. Terraced properties made up the majority of sales in this suburban town over the last year, selling for far lower than the average cost for Gloucestershire, at £178,354.

    • Brockworth

      Brockworth has seen a 13% raise in property prices, with the current average selling price of £269,044. Semi-detached properties made up the majority of the sales in the area, selling for an average price of £239,254.

    What is the Average Rent in Gloucestershire?

    Renting is also an option for those living in Gloucestershire, with an average cost of £1,104 pcm. A one-bedroom flat can be rented for an average of £604 pcm and for those looking for more room, a 2-bedroom house is currently an average of £847 pcm according to Zoopla.

    Below we’ve looked at four locations across Gloucestershire, including the overall average rental costs, the monthly cost of a one-bedroom flat and for two-bedroom houses.

    Average Rent (pcm) In Gloucestershire 2020-2021
    Average Rent (pcm) In Gloucestershire 2020-2021
    • Cirencester

      A market town, 80 miles west from London, Cirencester is the largest town in the Cotswolds. The average cost of renting in the area is £1,315pcm, with a one bedroom apartment costing on average £1,244 pcm, many in renovated complexes. According to Zoopla, a 2-bedroom house can be rented for around £912 pcm.

    • Dursley

      A civil parish in southern Gloucestershire, Dursey is located between the cities of Gloucester and Bristol. The average cost of renting in the area is £783 pcm, with a one-bedroom flat costing on average £635pcm and 2-bedroom houses averaging £823 pcm.

    • Gloucester

      The cathedral city of Gloucester has an average monthly rental cost of £857 pcm, less than Cirencester but still higher than other part of Gloucestershire. A one bedroom flat has a lower average of £444 pcm, with two bedroom houses costing on average £767 pcm.

    • Cinderford

      Located on the fringe of the Forest of Dean, Cinderford is a town and civil parish with an average monthly rental cost of £538pcm. Here, a one-bed flat is on average £446pcm, with 2-bedroom houses, many of which are terraced houses, averaging £750pcm.

    Some Happy Gloucestershire Movers

    Our Gloucestershire removal partners go above and beyond to ensure a stress-free moving day, providing a reliable, confident and friendly service.

    But don’t just take our word for it: check out the beaming reviews from some very happy Gloucestershire movers below. Let us know about your move and get removal quotes.

    "Yes, absolutely. Stuart, Rich, Darren and Rob made the whole process easy, hassle free and actually fun! A fantastic service from start to finish."

    Joanna Mann on 28/08/21

    Moving from Cheltenham

    "They were brilliant from start to finish, organised and efficient."

    Tricia Abbott on 16/08/21

    Moving from Gloucester

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    Paul Jarvis on 07/05/21

    Moving from Cheltenham

    "Great service, great team. Arrived on time and took care of everything. Very polite and professional. Everything went very smoothly. Great value for money."

    Vicki Lockhart on 21/04/21

    Moving from Gloucester

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