Looking for a removal company in Newcastle? With an average moving cost of £737, we've helped over 800 people move home and save money across Newcastle city in the last year. Compare My Move can connect you with up to 6 verified removal companies, taking the stress out of moving house.
Famous for its industrial heritage and brown ale, we have several high-quality removal companies covering the popular university city of Newcastle, all having undergone our strict verification process. Every removal company must agree to our code of practice and our dedicated business team checks third-party reviews. We also diligently check company documentation to ensure every company has both Goods in Transit and Public Liability insurance.
If you're moving within or from Newcastle, compare removal firms with us to save up to 70% on your removal costs.
Ashington Removals and Storage
Unit 2, Solingen House, Remscheid Way, Jubilee Industrial Estate, Ashington, NE63 8UJ
We are a family-run business with over a decade's experience, offering first-rate, efficient removals services to the Northumberland and North East areas.
"The three lads were simply amazing.I cant fault them, so professional respectful caring and cheerful 5 I can highly recommend."
Doree Bonner (Newcastle)
Mylord Crescent, Camperdown Ind Estate, Killingworth, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE12 5UJ
Doree Bonner (Newcastle) is one of several Doree Bonner branches across the UK. Doree Bonner International operate in Newcastle and will help you move home.
"They really went above and beyond all expectations to ensure a stress-free day."
Unit 2 Links Industrial Estate, Popham Close, Feltham, TW13 6JE
Legend Removals is a specialist home removal company based in West London, providing comprehensive moving and storage services for movers across the capital and the UK.
Unit 8c, Pooley Hall Farm, Pooley Lane, Polesworth, B78 1JA
Mercia Movers is a removal company based in Tamworth, using decades of removal industry experience to offer professional storage and house removals across the West Midlands and the UK.
"It was all good. The only thing which was surprising was to see the movers turn up with no masks on in this particular time. Unless they are expected to do so due to the nature of their work."
Get Removal and Business Ltd
Unit 2, Horizon Park Innovation Close, Poole, BH12 4QT
With offices in Ireland and Northern Ireland, we are Get Removal. We can offer a trusted and reliable home removal service along with a professional packing service to help make your move stress-free.
"Fantastic people ! Another company did not show up on collection !!!. This guys organise all within 3 hours ! Finally I save over A? 320 !!! Really excellent customer service. !!! And received really nice sweet gift :) THANKS !!!!"
Franklins Removals Ltd
Pyford Brook Cottage, Kings Bromley Road, Alrewas, DE13 7DD
Having been in the industry for around 30 years, Franklins Removals Ltd are a well-known, trusted removals company based in Walsall.
"By far the most competative quote given. Good communication from the office regarding cross-border paperwork requirements and all other aspects of the move. The team turned up exactly when they said they would. The guys were polite, courteous, took great care with our belongings and worked hard at both ends. I highly recommend using Franklin's."
UK Depot, 114 Filwood Park Ln, Bristol, BS4 1ET
Max Movers are a professional and friendly house removal company specialising in international removals. We offer our first-class removal service from all areas in the UK (outside of London) to a variety of international locations.
"Brilliant Service!! Really good communication !!"
Daniels Water Farm, Daniels Water, Ashford, TN26 1JY
JCL Transport are a first-class house removal company based in Ashford. We are proud to offer a professional and reliable international house removal service to help with the stress of moving house.
Solaris Relocations Ltd
Alternative Investment Management Association, 167 Fleet Street, London, EC4A 2EA
Solaris Relocations Ltd are an international removals company based in London. We can transport you and your belongings internationally to locations such as the UAE, India, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore.
26 Wykeham Road, Sittingbourne, ME10 3NW
GEG Transport have over 7 years of experience in the house removals industry and are proud to offer our expert house removal service across, Bath, Bristol, Bournemouth, Dorchester, Exeter, Gloucester, Plymouth, Swindon, Salisbury, Taunton, Tourquay and many more areas of the UK.
17 Broomhouse Road, Prudhoe, NE42 5EJ
Accent Removals are a professional and friendly removal company offering our expert service across Newcastle upon Tyne. We are proud to offer a full range of professional removals and storage services to fully accommodate your move.
"Professional good communication from start to finish value for money explained the move and asked my opinion on some issues before actioning them very friendly and was happy with a stress free move"
395 Kinson Road, Bournemouth, BH10 5HF
Based in Bournemouth, NRS Trans offer our expert house removal service across London, St Albans, Birmingham, Coventry, Nottingham, Bath, Bournemouth, Cardiff, Leicester, Luton, Milton Keynes, Peterborough, Gloucester and many more locations across the UK.
"Alex was very helpful and kept me up to date with everything that was going on. The removal guys were on time helpful and efficient. "
Lovespace Ltd, 1 New Change, , EC4M 9AF
Here at Lovespace ltd, we are professional removals and self-storage company that offers our services across a wide area of the UK. Some of the areas we cover include Edinburgh, Birmingham, Romford, Leeds, and South East London. With over 80,000 customers who have used our services, you can rely on us to help with your move.
GS Removals LTD
64 Isaacson Drive, Wavendon Gate, Milton Keynes, MK7 7RU
GS Removals LTD are a professional residential removal company based in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
M S Removals
4 High Elms, Sunderland, SR4 0AH
M S Removals are a Sunderland-based removal company who have over 20 years of experience in the removals industry. We cover the Durham, Darlington, Newcastle upon Tyne, Sunderland, and Teesside areas. We cater to all size moves so you can be assured that we will meet your needs and requirements.
According to our unique home removals data, the average removal costs in Newcastle are £737, considerably lower than the UK average which is currently £1, 181. However, be aware that this is the overall average for Newcastle and the cost of moving will depend on a number of factors. This includes the location of the property, amount of rooms, the distance between homes and the day of the week.
Our data showed that the lowest you could pay to move house in Newcastle could be as little as £454, with the highest being £1,020. We found that the average removal cost for a 3 bedroom house in Newcastle is £737. Remember, when you compare removals companies with us, you could save up to 70% on your costs.
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The best time of year to move to Newcastle is during the summer, according to our data, with 12% of our users moving in July and 10% in September. This could largely be down to school holidays, but it could also be due to the fact that the weather is most likely to be good during the summer months. Furthermore, the days are longer and evenings are lighter, allowing more time for moving in good light.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, Winter proved to be the time of year with the least amount of house moves among our users in Newcastle. Our data revealed that the least popular month to move is during February, with just 6% of movers opting for this month. This is closely followed by the month of January, with less than 7% of movers opting to move at the start of the year. This could be due to the shorter, darker days in winter, in addition to an increased likeliness of bad weather including snow, which could hinder a house move. It could also be due to the fact that it follows the festive season, a notoriously expensive time of year.
Friday is the popular day of the week to move home in Newcastle according to our data, with % of our customers moving on this day. This is most likely as it’s the gateway to the weekend, giving movers ample time to settle into their new home without disturbing the working week. This is closely followed by Saturday, with 22% of our customers opting to move on this day.
Tuesday proved to be the least popular day of the week to move house, with less than 7% of our users choosing to move house to, from and within Newcastle on this day. This could be due to the fact that it is closer to the start of the working week, making it harder to arrange a move around work and school hours. After Tuesday, Sunday is the second to last choice for home moves among our Newcastle users. This could largely be due to the fact that it is at the end of the weekend and the start of the working week. Furthermore, many estate agents and conveyancing offices would be closed on this day, causing delays if there were any issues that required their expertise.
Whether you’re moving in or out of Newcastle, our reliable removal partners can help with your home move, accommodating both local and long-distance moves. According to our data, the popular locations for those in Newcastle to move to include Gateshead, South Shields, North Shields and Whitley Bay.
Our data found that the area of Gateshead proved to be the most popular location among our users, with over 8% of Newcastle movers making the move to the area. The cheapest location on our list is the coastal town of South Shields, with an average property price of £150,969, considerably cheaper than the average for Newcastle at £221,344. The most expensive of the four is Whitley Bay, with an average price of £277,760.
Gateshead is a large town on the southern bank of the River Tyne opposite Newcastle upon Tyne. The area is known for its impressive architecture, including the Sage Gateshead, the Angel of the North and the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art. The average property price here currently stands at £151,634, having increased 5% on the previous year.
This large coastal town sits at the mouth of the River Tyne, around 12 miles from Newcastle. The average property price for the area is £150,969, a 7% increase on the previous year. South Shields is popular for it’s beautiful beaches and it’s promenade, where numerous festivals and events take place throughout the year.
The average property price in the area of Northfields is more than that of South Shields and Gateshead but still lower than the average for Newcastle. Potential homebuyers in North Shields can expect an average price of £208,597, a 7% increase on the previous year. Another coastal town, North Shields sits on the bank of the River Tyne, eight miles northeast of Newcastle upon Tyne.
A seaside town, Whitley Bay is the most expensive on our list, with a higher average property price than Newcastle. With beaches, numerous activities and stunning architecture, it’s not hard to see why this area is blooming. Over the last year, properties in this area had an average price of £277,760. Like North Shields and South Shields, Whitley Bay has seen a 7% increase in house prices over the last year.
The average cost of a property in Newcastle is currently £221,344, according to Rightmove. This is a 7% increase on the previous year and a 9% increase on 2018. The majority of sales were for terraced properties which sold for less than the overall average, at £192,796. Detached properties sold for far more, with an average of £353,823.
Below we’ve researched and listed four areas at or below the average price of a home in Newcastle, to assist you with your property search. The cheapest area on our list is Leazes, with an average property price of £145,825, with the most expensive being Tynemouth with an average price of over double that of Leazes at £338,080.
The area of Tynemouth is considerably more expensive than other areas of Newcastle, with an overall average price of £338,080. Semi-detached properties sold for an average of £410,171, with the average price of terraced properties at £227,943. However the majority of sales of the last year in Tynemouth were flats, costing an average of £227,943.
The area of Ouseburn is cheaper than both Tynemouth and Newcastle as a whole, with an average property price of £187,833. The majority of property sales in this area over the last year were for terraced properties, which sold for an average of £186,901. Detached properties cost substantially more, at an average of £420,00.
A western suburb of Newcastle Upon Tyne, Walbottle has seen a 9% decrease in house prices in the last year. According to Rightmove, the current overall average price for a property in the area is £165,200. The majority of property sales in the last year were for terraced properties, with an average price of £119,833. Semi-detached properties reportedly sold for £176,500 with detached properties selling for £290,000.
A short distance from Newcastle city centre, the area of Leazes is the cheapest area on our list, with the average property price of £145,825. The area has seen a 6% decrease in sold prices over the last year, according to Rightmove. The majority of sales in this time were for terraced properties, selling for an average price of £115,387.
If you’re not currently looking to buy a home, renting is an option in the city of Newcastle, with properties suited to young professionals and families alike. Currently, the average monthly rent in the city is £947 according to property portal Zoopla. For those looking for a property with a good amount of room, a2-bedroom house is on average £838pcm. For couples or those living alone, one-bedroom flats cost on average £612 pcm.
To get you started on your search, below we’ve listed four different areas within Newcastle with reasonably affordable rent prices. We’ve also included the average rent for 1-bedroom flats and 2-bedroom houses in each location. This information has been taken from Zoopla.
The area of Jesmond is the most expensive on our list, with a slightly higher average rent cost than Newcastle, at £1,087. However, the average cost per month for a 1-bedroom flat is an affordable £570 pcm. For a 2-bedroom house in the suburb, the average cost is currently £997.
The scenic area of Quayside is the second most expensive on our list, with an average rent price of £1,049. The rent for a 2-bedroom house is higher than the overall average, at £1,122 pcm, whilst the rent for a 1-bedroom flat comes in substantially lower at an average of £719 pcm.
The average rent for Newcastle City Centre is slightly higher than the average for Newcastle overall. At £1,044pcm, however, it is lower than the area of Jesmond. A one-bed flat in the city centre costs a reasonably affordable £717 pcm, with a 2-bedroom house costing an average of £1,122.
Gosforth is located to the north of Central Newcastle and the average rent cost for the suburb is £969 pcm, only slightly higher than that of Newcastle overall. The difference in the average price between a 1-bedroom flat and a 2-bedroom house is minimal, costing £701 pcm and £750 pcm respectively,