Removals Leatherhead

Get 5-star service without the price tag for all of your moving needs. BlueSky Removals in Leatherhead offer services for moves across town or across the country. Home removals, office removals, professional packing and unpacking, as well as storage solutions are available.

White-Glove Removal Services in Leatherhead

Our removal services in Leatherhead are second to none. With over 15 years of experience with home removals, office relocations, and more our team of professionals will give you the red carpet experience. From start to finish, BlueSky Removals in Leatherhead has your back.

Home Removals and Packing in Leatherhead

Moving house can be a very stressful although exciting time. There is a lot to organize with packing, moving dates, switching off utilities while starting the new ones, and everything else in between. Our team can help make moving house in Leatherhead a breeze.

Our removal experts also provide professional packing services which can take off some of the pressure from moving house. Your belongings are safe and secure with us while being transported from one location to the next. Our team also offers unpacking services so you literally don’t have to lift a single finger.

Commercial Removals in Leatherhead

Time for office removal or maybe an office relocation? BlueSky Removals is here to assist every step of the way. Our qualified team has the experience to create and follow a bespoke itinerary for your move.

There is no need in attempting to move heavy office equipment because we have specialized tools. Our team is experienced with heavy and difficult office removals so there is no worry about your belongings.

BlueSky also offers storage facilities for more flexibility during your move. If you have time between leases this option allows more security and less stress with our team on the job.

Contact BlueSky for a Free Removals Quote Today

If you are looking for a removal quote in Leatherhead, don’t hesitate to contact our team today. We have a high standard for our professional staff and the customer service record to prove it. Our team will fix all of the headaches of your move and treat it like it’s their own.

Contact us today for a free and competitive quote. Our staff is available for any complicated logistics or questions you may have.

Moving Guide to Leatherhead

Part of the Mole Valley along the right bank of the River Mole is Leatherhead. A small town with an approximate population of 11,300. Don’t be fooled by its small size, Leatherhead is still within the built-up area of London. It is bordered by the M25 and A24 making it an excellent choice for commuters to London, Crawley, or Dorking.

Leatherhead has been a settled area since the Iron Age and its name is assumed to come from Anglo-Saxon times. Due to its long rich history and long being a commute route to London, it is now home to more than 80 buildings having architectural or historical importance.

Leatherhead is a great choice for young professionals, commuters, and especially families with young children. Locals cite the small-town community feel as being their favourite aspect of living in Leatherhead. There are many local events and holiday celebrations that take place including the yearly Leatherhead Duck Race.

Where to live in Leatherhead

Average property price by postcode

KT22: £1,014,204
The Leatherhead Common, Leatherhead, Fetcham, Oxshott, and Norbury Park. A wide variety of properties with the majority of available properties being flats.

KT23: £523,981
The area south of Leatherhead includes Little Bookham and Great Bookham. Currently available properties are primarily flats and detached with a few semi-detached options.

KT24: £1,207,613 
Towns of this postcode include West and East Horsley, and Effingham. Primarily detached properties available

Property Prices

-Detached £1,132,016
-Semi-detached home £534,140
-Terraced home £487,489
-Flat £278,212

Rent Prices

-one bedroom £1053
-two bedrooms £1169
-three bedrooms £1595

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Employment

The average salary in 2020 for those living in the KT postcode (Kingston upon Thames) is £41,000 slightly higher than the national average of £38,600.

As of June 2021 on Indeed, Leatherhead has 366 jobs available, which expands to 100,900 jobs within a 25-mile radius. It benefits from being on the edge of London leaving a lot of employment opportunities for Leatherhead residents.

The town is home to a lot of specialist business in research and tech such as ERA Technology, Leatherhead Food Research, AIRCOM International,  CGI, ExxonMobil, Unilever, Halliburton Company, and more.

Cost of Living in Leatherhead

On the edge of the built-up region of London, Leatherhead benefits from slightly lower prices. Consumer prices are approximately 11% lower than London, rent is 27% lower, restaurants are 9% and grocery prices are 6% lower. Monthly utilities are estimated to cost £140 per month and £32 for broadband. [Source]

If you are working in London, a major budget item will be monthly transportation passes.

Council tax bands and amounts for Leatherhead can be found on the Mole Valley District Council website.

Crime and Safety

South Leatherhead and North Leatherhead police departments have jurisdiction over their respective areas. According to the latest crime stats, anti-social behaviour is the largest offence by far with violence and sexual offences as the second most frequent. Robbery, possession of weapons and theft are very rare to take place in Leatherhead.

Education Opportunities

Other than the safe environment and community feel, Leatherhead also has a wealth of great schools. There are 48 schools and colleges with 28 of them with an Ofsted rating of Good or Outstanding.

West Hill School is the local special school for children with learning needs.

Transport and Commuting in Leatherhead

One of the greatest appeals to Leatherhead is its excellent transport connections. The Leatherhead railway station is serviced by Southern and has routes to London Victoria and London Waterloo. There are also connections to Guildford and Horsham.

Leatherhead also has bus routes throughout the town and connecting it with the nearby towns also part of the Mole Valley. The bus timetable can be found here.

The M25 marks the boundary to Leatherhead, so it benefits greatly for commuters with cars. It is also where the M25 and A24 cross, which makes the eastern boundary of Leatherhead. The A24 connects to Horsham and Worthing.

Distance to…

London:  20 miles / 45 minutes via train

Brighton:  45 miles / 1 hour 30 minutes via train

Reading: 39 miles / 1 hour 15 minutes via train

Crawley: 23 miles / 44 minutes via train

Leisure and Socialising

Leatherhead has become a favourite for those interested in theatre. The Leatherhead Theatre is a 500-seat theatre that hosts live shows, live screenings of movies, stand up comedy, musicals, and more. The UK’s largest drama festival, the Leatherhead Drama Festival takes place in the town every year since 2004 and is supported by Sir Michale Caine.

Leatherhead Leisure Centre offers group exercise classes, swimming lessons, fitness services, and a soft play area for children.

Leatherhead F.C. plays in the semi-professional Isthmian League and is based in the town and they play games at Fetcham Grove.

The town also boasts a community garden, golf course, nature reserve, and many notable historical buildings.

Local Services in Leatherhead

Mole Valley District Council

Visit Leatherhead Official Site

Energy Providers: EDF, NPower, SSE, Scottish Power, EON, British Gas, ESP

Broadband Providers: SSE, TalkTalk, BT Fibre, VirginMedia, NOW Broadband, Vodafone

Things to do in Leatherhead

Leatherhead Museum – based in the Hampton Cottage and supported by the local historical society, the museum features historical artefacts in a historical building.

River Mole Local Nature Reserve – habitat for a diverse range of plants and animals along the River Mole. It is supported by the local council and landowners.

Bocketts Farm – a self-proclaimed farm park on a family-0perated farm with petting areas, pony and tractor rides, various play areas for children, and a tearoom complete with foods made with farm-grown products.

The Running Horse – one of the oldest buildings in Leatherhead dating back to 1403. A local legend claims that Elizabeth I once stayed here making it a place of interest.