Removals Oxford

Blue Sky Removals Oxford is an experienced and professional removal company that covers the Oxford area. We are specialists in a variety of removal services, from office moves to home removals, and everything in between. We also provide a dedicated packing service. Operating out of Oxford and covering nearby areas, we are ideally suited to offer your local removal and storage services. Coming highly recommended from our customers, we operate with an approach that outstanding customer service is what we pride ourselves on. Whether you need to move home, move office, or get yourself ready for the big day with minimal hassle, Blue Sky Relocation is your ideal solution.

Your Local Removals Company Serving Oxford

If you are looking for an Oxford removal company, Blue Sky Relocation can give you peace of mind during the stressful moving process. We appreciate that when it comes to moving home or office, that you need a trusted local removal company that knows the best way to get your items from A to B effortlessly. A local removal company that understands the streets and local area will make for a less stressful removal and moving process. Whatever you need to move, and wherever you need to move it from, from a house to a high rise flat or an office building, we provide significant local assistance for people who need to get going. We will handle your belongings with the most attentive care, ensuring that the job is done to your standard.

Smooth House Removals Service in Oxford

Moving home is not the easiest thing in the world. If you are doing it with all hands on deck, it can still be a stressful process. If you are doing it by yourself, it could be more than you bargained for! You need to make sure that you can cope with the entire process of moving from one location to another. If you are looking for a local removal company to ensure that your worldly belongings are removed safely and securely, we are fully licensed and insured to guarantee that whatever you need to move, it fits your needs. We come with many years of experience and removal services to ensure that every precious item makes it to its intended destination. We provide the right equipment, the best practices, and above all else, high-quality customer service.

Seamless Office Removals in Oxford

We understand that business needs to stay up and running, especially during the moving process. If you are concerned that you are losing time and therefore money, Blue Sky Relocation can help your business make every minute matter. To ensure that your business faces minimal disruption, we incorporate a moving schedule to suit your needs. When it comes to moving offices, whether you are upgrading your company or downscaling, we can provide seamless office removals in the Oxford area to minimise disruption. We provide a variety of services for any office or business, including hospitals, schools, libraries, and even museums. Whatever commercial premises you are running, we can guarantee that you hit the ground running when you are undergoing a massive move. No matter how big or small the task, from office equipment to furniture, from a small office to a large-scale operation, we can move your equipment carefully and efficiently with minimal interruption.

Packing Services in Oxford

We appreciate that the moving process, whether professional or residential, the task of packing can take longer than we think. If you have little time to move everything into your new home before you start back up to your business or life, we can help you to pack everything up quickly and efficiently. Whether you are staging your home to sell it, or you need to make sure your new home is a pretty picture as soon as you step in the door; we provide packing services to ensure that every item is wrapped securely before it goes into the van. We handle every aspect of the removal process from the beginning to the end. We also supply packaging material if you would rather pack items yourself, all with no extra cost. Professional movers are there to help you every step of the way.

Move With Your Local Removals Team for a Stress Free Move in Oxford

Moving is one of the most stressful things we can do in life. Therefore, we need to guarantee that the moving process is as stress-free as possible. If you are on the lookout for a house removals team to take the pressure off you, Blue Sky Relocation can give you the support you need. Whether you are moving home, office, or you are helping someone you care about starting over again, the physical effort involved in moving can be the straw that breaks the camel’s back. Moving day is one of the most physically draining experiences. But rest assured, we can help you pack everything, move, and take it out the other side.

Moving to Oxford Guide

Oxford is an idyllic place to live in England. It has the history, architecture, world-best education, and close proximity to London as an added bonus. A charming city with a metro area population of 244,000, Oxford is the premier location for education and research. It has strong transport connections to London and other nearby cities with the small and quietness of a small town. It makes it an ideal place for commuting to London or Birmingham.

Getting Around and Commuting to Oxford

There is a lot of variety for getting around Oxford and for commuters. Local residents swear by using bikes to get around due to heavy traffic during rush hours, but they do highly advise investing in a good lock as bike theft is a problem.

The main bus companies in Oxford are the Oxford Bus Company, Stagecoach Oxfordshire, and Thames Travel.

One of the key advantages of living in Oxford is the commute to London. The National Rail has regular trains from Oxford Train Station to London Paddington that take about 1 hour.

While Oxford does have a small airport it also has easy access to Heathrow Airport (just under an hour) and Luton (1 hour 30 min).

Distance from:

London: 59 miles

Birmingham: 79 miles

Cheltenham: 42 miles

Bristol: 73 miles

Property Prices in Oxford

Oxford property and rental prices vary depending on which area you live in and are all around above the national average.

Rent prices can vary from £1119 a month for a one-bedroom up to £2706 a month for a five-bedroom. What makes Oxford desirable is its comparative affordability compared to London with direct train lines making it perfect for commuters.

Monthly Rental Prices

-one bedroom £1119
-two bedrooms £1435
-three bedrooms £1812

Property Prices

-Detached £1,183,520
-Semi-detached home £744,251
-Terraced home £638,736
-Flat £312,016

Housing Cost Comparison: Oxford vs Nearby Locations

This is how housing in Oxford compares with other cities around the UK for the cost of purchasing a two-bedroom property.

London is 114% more expensive than Oxford.

Brighton is 10% more expensive than Oxford.

Bristol is 11% less expensive than Oxford.

Birmingham is 34% less expensive than Oxford.

Manchester is 33% less expensive than Oxford.


Schools and Education in Oxford

Oxford is known around the globe for being a premier location for education. The University of Oxford ranks 5th in the world and 2nd in the UK only to the University of Cambridge. Oxford is also home to Oxford Brookes University, an elite modern university.

In Oxfordshire, more than a dozen schools have been ranked among the top in the UK. Many of the institutions earning an outstanding Ofsted rating. Christ Church Cathedral School for boys and Emmanuel Christian School for boys and girls are among the most in-demand in Oxford.

Is Oxford safe?

Violence, sexual offences, public order, shoplifting, and bicycle theft are the most prevalent crimes in Oxford in 2020, while robbery, possession of weapons, and theft from a person are the least prevalent.

See more crime statistics here.

Things to Do in Oxford

Oxford Botanic Gardens and Arboretum – The UK’s oldest botanic garden with more than 6000 plant types.

Blenheim Palace – 17th-century home with decorated rooms and a lavish garden. Also known as the birthplace of Winston Churchill.

Bicester Village – A luxury shopping destination with over 160 brands.

Harry Potter location tour – Take a tour around Oxford to see iconic filming locations from the Harry Potter movies.

Oxford Castle – A Grade 1 partially ruined Normal medieval castle.

Ashmolean Museum – The world’s oldest public museum that houses collections of Egyptian mummies, contemporary art, drawings from Michelangelo, da Vinci, and more.

Employment Prospects in Oxford

As of May 2021, Indeed is listing 12,769 jobs within 25 miles of Oxford. Over 6000 of those are full-time positions. The median salary in 2020 was £39,600 for a full-time job which is slightly over the national average of £38,600.

The Oxford workforce is typically highly specialised and educated with many of the best employment opportunities in education, research, and technology.

Cost of Living in Oxford

While the cost of living in Oxford is higher than the national average compared with London, consumer prices are 10% lower, rent is 33% lower, and eating out at restaurants is 18% lower.


Local Resouces in Oxford

Broadband Providers: BT, Virgin Media, Vodafone, Plusnet, Zen,

Energy Providers: OVO, Bulb (100% green energy), EDF, Octopus, So-Energy, Good Energy (100% renewable)

Grocery Stores: Waitrose, Tesco, Sainsbury, Marks and Spencer, Eastern & Continental Store, Oxford Covered Market

Local government, news, and events:

Oxford Mail

Daily Info (Oxford)

Oxford City Council

Oxfordshire Tourism

Oxford Neighborhood Guide

Finding a flat in Oxford might prove to be a challenge due to a student population of over 20,000 but it is still possible. Many residents warn that a car in the centre of Oxford is useless and to opt for a bike, the train, or bus. Many of the suburbs of Oxford are very well connected not only to the centre but also to London.

Based on our research, these are some of the best neighbourhoods to live in or to buy homes.

For Students: Cowley, Iffley, Headington

For Families: Headington, Marston, Botley, Cummor

For Commuters: Banbury, Swindon, Abingdon (great bus connection), Bicester (15 minutes by train)

For buying homes: Northern parts of Oxford, Jericho, Summertown, Grandpoint, Florence Park, and New Hinksey have beautiful period (Victorian and Edwardian) homes.

For things to do: Crowley, Iffley, Headington