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Choosing a Nottingham Removals Company

Choosing a Nottingham removals company to help you move house is not like choosing a new brand of shampoo or choosing to have a Starbucks Caffè Latte rather than a Costa Coffee Macchiato.

If the shampoo makes your hair smell like a wet pigeon you stop using it; if you prefer the Starbucks blend to the Costas blend then you don’t go back to Costa. The consequences are short lived and almost inconsequential.

If you are an average person you’ll probably move house, flat or apartment about once every 6 or 7 years. This makes the choice of a removals company in Nottingham a bit of a gamble and demands careful research.

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Moving to Nottingham

Moving to Nottingham and want to know where to live. You might have an idea of where you’d like to live and there is no shortage of good places to live with areas such as West Bridgford, Wollaton, Beeston and Arnold all being popular with families.

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West Bridgford with its leafy streets, good schooling and amenities make this one of the most popular and sought after areas of Nottingham. But be aware that this comes at a price. House prices in the West Bridgford area are on average 27% higher than house prices in the City of Nottingham and 76% more expensive than the average for the East Midlands.

If you don’t want to follow the crowd, Beeston, to the west of Nottingham, also provides a good selection of family houses.

For executive buyers, looking for a spacious family home, then The Park, Edwalton, Adams Hill, Beeston Fields Drive or Mapperley Park should all be on your “must see” list.

Within Nottingham City Centre there are many flats and apartments. City Centre living is maybe  suited more to the young professional, both living and working in the City of Nottingham. This is sure to hold some attraction for those wanting to be at the centre of the action, nightlife and for easy access to bars, restaurants, cafés and entertainment.

Nottingham is a great place to live, despite the doom and gloom of many a sensationalised survey highlighting negative aspects of the city or its surrounding area.