How Much Are Removal Costs In West London?
Our data shows that the average cost of a removal company in West London is £1,464. The lowest our West Londoners paid for their move on average was £995 and the highest was £1,933. The cost of your removals will depend on the distance travelled and the size of your house.
At Compare My Move, we connect you with up to 6 West London removal companies to choose from to ensure you get the very best price for your removals. Comparing removal quotes is the best way to get the right deal for your move.
What is The Best Time of Year To Move in West London?
Compare My Move’s team has researched the best time of year for a house move in West London. We can reveal that our data shows a July move is by far the most popular amongst our West London movers, with over 11% opting for a summer move.
The least favourite time of year to book a removal company is December, with only 6% choosing a winter move. As the days are shorter and colder, we don’t blame our West London movers for preferring a summer move.
It should be noted that our West London removal companies are available all year round to help with your move.
Most Popular Day of The Week to Move House In West London?
Compare My Move have researched everything about West London to help with your house move. Our data shows that the most popular day for a house move in West London is a Saturday with over 25% of all movers opting for this day.
The second favourite day of the week for booking a removal company in West London is Friday, with 21% of our West London movers choosing the start of the weekend to move. With the extra time off work to settle in the property, we can see why our West London movers favour a weekend move.
Rest assured, our West London removal companies are here to help you move house any day of the week. They will tailor your house move to work around your specific requirements and needs.
What Are The Top Locations for West London Movers?
West London has plenty to offer those who live there, with activities, events and parks and a range of historic and modern properties to suit all walks of life. Our unique data has revealed the top four places West Londoners move to, which we have detailed below.
The most popular of the four is tendy Camden, popular with professionals and students, offering great nightlife and a range of independent businesses. The average property price in the area is currently £1,115,444. The second most popular on the list is also the area with the lowest average property price of the four areas. Tower Hamlets has an average property price of £585,242. The areas of Lambeth and Islington are also on our list.
Below we've looked at each area, their average property price and what it would cost to rent.
Popular Camden is ideal for students and professionals alike, with plenty to offer. However, despite a 8% drop in property prices in the last year, the average price of a property is currently £1,115,444. Meanwhile, the average cost of rent is £3,419 pcm.
- Tower Hamlets
Tower Hamlets is the second most popular location to move to, with property prices substantially lower than in Camden. Currently the average cost of a home in the area is £585,242 according to Rightmove, up 3% on the previous year. Renting is also more affordable than Camden, at £1,926.
Home to open spaces such as Brockwell Park and Lido, Streatham Common , Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens and numerous Parks, Lambeth is ideal for families and dog owners. The average property price is £700,969 with rent at £2,121 pcm.
Islington in inner London is the second most expensive location on this list, with an average property price of £845,053, 8% up on the previous year. The average cost of renting in this part of London is £2,132.
What Are The Average Property Prices In West London?
If you’re staying local with your move and moving within West London, we’ve researched some areas to help kick start your house hunt. The average property price in West London is a pricey £1,274,847, but we’ve looked at areas with a range of property prices to suit a variety of budgets.
We’ve looked at Richmond Upon Thames, Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham and Hillingdon and listed their average house price as well as some details on the local area.
Our removal companies in West London are here to help with your move, whether you’re staying local or moving out of West London.
- Richmond Upon Thames
As London’s largest enclosed green space, Richmond Upon Thames also boasts excellent schools and a family-friendly community. The average house price in Richmond Upon Thames is currently £915,405.
Boasting both historic and new build properties, “outstanding” rated schools and a culturally diverse population, Ealing currently sees the average house price going for around £632,378.
- Hammersmith and Fulham
Offering spectacular river views, plenty of independent pubs and a great music scene, our research found that the borough of Hammersmith and Fulham has an average property price of £1,020,227.
Acting as a great commuter hub, Hillingdon also boasts a thriving business sector. The property market remains affordable in Hillingdon compared to London’s average, with the average house price in Hillingdon costing £488,078.
What Is The Average Rent In West London
Renting is a popular option in London due to expensive property prices. The average overall rent price in West London is £3,840 pcm, with one-bedroom flats costing around £2,199 pcm and two-bedroom houses averaging £3,246 pcm.
We’ve researched 4 areas of West London that offer rental accommodation and included their average overall rental price as well as the cost of a one-bedroom flat and a two-bedroom house to help with your move to West London.
Our removals companies in West London can accommodate your move, whether you’re buying or renting in the area. They are experienced in a wide variety of moving types, from mansions to small flats, they cover everything.
Home to Harrow College, Harrow is a large multicultural town in the Greater London area. A 2018 survey by the Office of National Statistics dubbed the borough of Harrow the “happiest” in London. The average overall cost of renting is £1,358 pcm, with a one-bed flat costing £1,068 pcm and 2-bed houses costing an average £1,239 pcm.
A large suburban town in West London, Hounslow has been home to various famous faces including David Attenborough, Mo Farah and for a short time, Van Gough. Today, the average cost of renting in the area is £1,287 pcm, with a one bed flat costing £1,036 pcm and 2-bed houses costing £1,399 pcm.
- Richmond Upon Thames
Home to Kew Gardens, Richmond Park and Hampton Court Palace, Richmond has a plethora of attractions on offer for both residents and tourists alike. The current average asking rent in the area is £2,441 pcm, but a one-bed flat can be rented for a lower price, on average £1,369 with a 2-bed house costing on average £1,940 per month.
The second most expensive area to rent on our list, Brent has an average asking rent of £1,599. Bordering Harrow and Camden, Brent has a number of open spaces such as Gladstone Park. A one-bedroom flat costs an average of £1,252. The average for a 2 bedroom house is only slightly higher at £1,324.