If you’re thinking of moving to Surrey, you’re not alone. There’s been a covid exodus from London, for understandable reasons. The prospect of lockdown when you live in a small property with no garden or balcony is intensely dispiriting. No wonder more and more people have wondered, ‘Why am I here?’ and seriously reconsidered their attachment to the capital. There’s so much to benefit from when you spread your wings and head to the Home Counties, of which Surrey will always be one of the prettiest. It’s a big decision that comes with a number of secondary decisions. Read more…
The second national lockdown is over, and there’s a lot of focus on what happens next as we respond to the pandemic. The New tier system hasn’t brought a great deal of clarification on the future. Is there a way of improving living spaces in case new lockdown happens? And what practical measures can we take to help reduce the spread of Covid-19?
With remote working continuing to gain momentum with more companies, it might be time to consider creating your own office at home. There are lots of ways to do this with varying levels of expense and difficulty, which also includes any specific aspects you need. What’s the most affordable way to create a home office or study in Surrey?
The easiest, better value for money avenue when making a home office is converting an existing room in your house or apartment. There are things like property value to consider, and preparation is necessary before any work starts. We’ll discuss this in more detail with some examples and related information on the general subject of remote working.
THE brand new, state of the art Tolworth depot for The Master Removers Group was all-singing, all-dancing recently when it was chosen by country-pop duo Ward Thomas as the backdrop to their latest music video.
The duo’s connections come via their father Anthony and his company of 40 years, Ward Thomas Removals – which was the founding brand of The Master Removers Group (MRG).
One of the issues the UK has been struggling with for decades is adequate, affordable housing, and it’s a problem which is ongoing. Potential first-time buyers often fade back from their ambitions of homeownership because there simply isn’t anything within their budget. Luckily, things seem to be moving in a more positive direction, and some support and schemes are coming to fruition.
At WH Cox & Son, we have our collective ear to the ground when it comes to the local and national housing market. We strive to help our customers find answers to important questions, which is why this blog will look into affordable housing developments in Surrey.
When you start planning a relocation, the suggested advice is you’ll need to prepare at least one or several months’ in advance for things to run smoothly. This gives you time to plan, declutter, solve any issues with your current property and organise everything without it becoming too chaotic. However, moving to a new home doesn’t always go according to plan, especially if an emergency situation happens.
This is where you’ll need to enlist the help of a professional removals company who can go through the preparation stage with you. At WH Cox & Son, we understand how last-minute situations can occur. We always maintain our high standards for every relocation we undertake, which includes emergency jobs.
As we move into a less restrictive phase of the Covid-19 response, many people in Surrey are slowly adjusting to life after lockdown. It will take a while to get things on an even footing and help within the wider Surrey community will help move items forward. That’s why we believe in sharing useful information wherever we can, especially for people who are considering relocating in 2020 or next year.
WH Cox & Son study the Surrey and UK housing markets to keep up to date on any trends or shifts in consumer behaviour. Coupled with our experience, this is our guide for homeowners and tenants in Surrey, to help navigate possible upcoming and future moves.
The Covid-19 pandemic has made life very different for most people, which includes the way we work and how we interact with family and friends. Now we’re leaving the stricter version of the lockdown we’ll still need to adapt our routine to prepare for any unforeseen situations. There are plenty of people who are living and working from the same house, and it’s a strain on our well-being to do so in cramped conditions.
Regardless of your current circumstances, we could all do with giving our homes some TLC. And with this in mind, here’s the WH Cox & Sonv guide to a post-lockdown organisation of your home. Hopefully, you’ll find some inspiration to give your house or flat a long overdue decluttering.
It’s been an unpredictable year, and the change in the way we live and work as a result of the COVID-19 lockdown will take time to adjust to. Although this seems overwhelming now, there will be opportunities to change things in a positive, proactive way. For businesses in Surrey, things have never been as challenging and uncertain, so it’s vital that we encourage a strong community spirit.
In line with government advice and to promote health and safety, WH Cox & Son will be prioritising emergency removals jobs only during the COVID-19 lockdown. In this blog, we’ll discuss how you can postpone and rearrange your upcoming relocation in Surrey for a future date. Our team will do everything possible to reduce any inconvenience this might cause, as well as providing additional assistance when planning.