With the change in working patterns ushered in by 2020’s world halting pandemic, the question of commuting to work has been going through an overhaul. This process is ongoing as business models are adapting and changing, and employees’ preferences also transition. Many people have adapted to a hybrid work-at-home and in-the-office model, some are increasing their working-from-home profile. In the cost-of-living crisis, paying for transport to and from work are an investment and a time deficit many young people are interested in avoiding. Without a doubt, there is a lot of change taking place which is affecting the former model of the commuter town, but there is evidence to suggest that commuter towns will retain their value, plus new commuter hotspots are emerging. At WH Cox, Surrey’s leading removals and storage company we have been helping people move to Surrey for decades. A county with many commuter towns, Surrey also has great open countryside and elegant surroundings to explore.