Removals in Oxford
Office and House Removals for Oxford
Blue Sky Relocation is a high-quality removals company which has a branch in Oxford. We offer packing, moving, and storage solutions for both commercial and residential customers around Oxford. We can help you move home, flat, or office within the local area – so, why not explore our key services that can be tailored to your needs.
The Trusted Oxford Moving Company
Our Blue Sky Relocation Oxford is an experienced and professional removal company with expertise in office moves and home removals. Coming highly recommended by our customers, we pride ourselves on our outstanding customer service. So, if you are looking for removals in Oxford, we can give you peace of mind during the stressful 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.
The cost of a moving company in Oxford depends on:
- The distance to be travelled
- The number and type of items that need to be packed, loaded and unloaded
- The furniture that needs to be disassembled and reassembled
The only way to get an accurate costing for your relocation is to talk to the removal firm. Get a quote for your Oxford home or office move by contacting us today.
Property Prices in Oxford
Oxford property and rental prices vary depending on which area you live in and are 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.
Oxford Monthly Rental Prices
- One bedroom: £1119
- Two bedrooms: £1435
- Three bedrooms: £1812
- 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.
Getting Around and Commuting to Oxford
Getting around Oxford is easy for commuters and local residents. 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).
- London: 59 miles
- Birmingham: 79 miles
- Cheltenham: 42 miles
- Bristol: 73 miles
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.
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.
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.