Removals to the UK

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Move Safely - Insured and Accredited Movers

No Waiting - Move in 3-7 days Including customs

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Quick & Safe Removals to and from the UK
London, Bristol, Liverpool, Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham...
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  • Cost Effective Removals to the UK - take advantage of our fleet of vans crossing Europe every day. Reduce average removal cost to the UK by sharing the space with other customers. We also offer dedicated loads, packing service and storage in the UK.
  • Safe Removals  - All our vehicles are fully Insured, GPS tracked and equipped with everything that’s required for a safe furniture removal to the UK. Our teams are working really hard to provide you with the quickest, safest and smooth removal experience possible.
  • Safe Time - Most of our International moves to the UK are completed within 2-5 days, including post Brexit customs clearance. From Man with van, part load removals to full service premium options. Quick, Safe and easy moving service.
 Save Time
International removals to the UK delivered within 3-7 days. We can even offer a next day service.
 Save Money
Cost effective part load removals, will allow you to reduce your costs when relocating to the UK.
 Save Trouble
Let us help you with your customs clearance when Moving to the UK from Europe.
Our Moving Services
Full range of services to suit your budget and requirements
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Man & Van Removals
This is our most cost effective option. You provide help to load and unload and we take care of the transport.
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Standard Move
We take care of loading and unloading, you just need to pack all your content. Quick and Easy Moving Service.
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Premium Move
We will pack, dismantle and load all your belongings. Full Moving Service, so you don't have to do anything.
Always included:
Service designed to save you time and deliver your goods safely
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Post Brexit Customs
UK customs clearance can be complicated. We will communicate with our agents and Customs office to make your move as smooth as possible.
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 Free Mattress Covers
With every move we offer a free plastic mattress covers. This will help to keep your mattress nice and fresh. Great protection during the transport and the storage.
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Free Sofa Covers
Free sofa covers are also included with all our moves. If you need a more advanced protection for anything, just let us know. We can offer a full range of packing services.
Optional services:
Every move is different, let's design your move together
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 External Lift
Removals to London sometimes must be completed with the use of external lift. Don't worry, we got it covered.
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Packing Services
Let us pack your tv, music instrument, piece of furniture... We can pack any item using only quality packing materials.
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Furniture Disassembly
Let us disassemble and reassemble your furniture. Save even more time on your International move.
Moving To The UK - Why Lopa Removals?
Over 10 years of experience and thousands of moves completed, see what our clients say...
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"By far the best"

Out of all the European removals companies, I have used in my life and I have lived in many different places, from Dubai to London to Paris your service was by far the best. Your service was always punctual, and professional, and took a lot of the stress out of moving, which is one of life’s most stressful experience.
Noor Kadhim
Manager, International Chamber of Commerce

"Company that cares"

They are the best case of what a service business should be like. From the move planner to the people that show up to remove your things, they are the only example to emulate for customer service, price and care for their clients…”
Jennifer Kite Powwel Hicks
Contributor, FORBES
Moving Services To And From The UK

We cover the following counties: Bath, Bedfordshire, Bedford, Berkshire, Blackburn with Darwen, Blackpool, Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole, Bournemouth, Brighton and Hove, Bristol, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Cheshire, Chester, Cleveland, Cornwall, Cumberland, Cumbria, Darlington, Derbyshire, Derby, Devon, Dorset, Durham, Essex, Gloucestershire, Greater Manchester, Hampshire, Halton, Hartlepool, Herefordshire, Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire, Isle of Wight, Kent, Kingston upon Hull, Lancashire, Leicestershire, Leicester, Lincolnshire, London, Luton, Medway, Merseyside, Middlesbrough, Middlesex, Milton Keynes, Norfolk, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Nottingham, Oxfordshire, Soke of Peterborough, Plymouth, Poole, Portsmouth, Redcar and Cleveland, Rutland, Shropshire, Somerset, Southampton, Staffordshire, Stockton-on-Tees, Stoke-on-Trent, Suffolk, Surrey, Sussex, Swindon, Telford, Torbay, Warrington, Warwickshire, West Midlands, Westmorland, Wiltshire, Worcestershire, Yorkshire

And the following cities: London, Bristol, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Edinburg, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, Bradford, Liverpool, Sheffield, Newcastle and many more...

Other destinations: With Lopa Removals you can move to France from Switzerland, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, and the UK. Please note that we do provide services in all directions.
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Removals To London

Duration: 1-4 days
Average removal cost Paris - London: 
  • studio/room - from €516
  • 1 bedroom - from €1031
  • 2 bedrooms - from €1547
  • ​3 bedrooms - from €2579
  • ​4 bedrooms - from €3223
  • ​Customs Clearance Included

Removals to London

London city is the capital of the United Kingdom. It is one of the world's oldest and most cosmopolitan cities, with a rich history spanning almost two millennia. It is by far the largest metropolis in the UK and the country's economic, transportation, and cultural hub. Indeed, London's distinguishing feature is its uniqueness of the overall form; it is a polycentric city with many attractions and rich history.

London is a well-known business and economic hub for currency and bond trading, as well as banking and insurance services. Manufacturing, construction, retail, media, and technology are among the top-performing industries, with a growing number of job opportunities boosted by a multibillion-pound construction program. Major employers in London include Unilever, Procter & Gamble, Siemens, and Nike, to mention but a few.

Housing prices are relatively high in London. For instance, a one-bedroom apartment in the city centre will set you back £1,300-2,500 per month while a three-bedroom in the same area average £3,308/month. The good news is there are several different neighbourhoods in London, and each has distinctive features and characteristics to suit different kinds of buyers. Where to live will depend on the sort of lifestyle you want and your budget. Areas like Chelsea, Hampstead, Knightsbridge, and Mayfair retain their luxury hallmarks. But if you want more budget-friendly housing, you should consider living in Dalston, Brixton, Barking and Dagenham, Bexley, and so on.

The transport network in London is well connected and extensively interlinked. London's transportation (TfL) is in charge of most public transportation, including the London Overground and Underground, Docklands Light Rail, Buses, London River Services, and Tramlink. London buses are card only, costing 1.55 pounds for a one-way ticket no matter how far you go.

The London tourist traffic is defined by spectacular gothic attractions, each attracting an average of seven million visitors per year: Buckingham Palace, the British Museum, the National Gallery, Westminster Abbey, and the Royal Observatory are just a few of the popular attractions.

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Removals To Bristol

Duration: 2-5 days
Average removal cost Brussels - Bristol: 
  • studio/room - from €535
  • 1 bedroom - from €1071
  • 2 bedrooms - from €1606
  • ​3 bedrooms - from €2677
  • ​4 bedrooms - from €3346
  • ​Customs Clearance Included

Removals to Bristol

Bristol is becoming a popular destination for people in Europe looking to relocate to the UK. Every amenity found in major cities, including a strong economy, diverse and multicultural community, world-class education centres, bustling city life and stunning countryside, and infrastructure, are all found in Bristol. The best part is that living costs are relatively low than other major cities in the UK like London.

Bristol is not only a great place to live in but also offers wide and varied employment opportunities. The aerospace, import and export, IT, and financial services sectors make up the largest segment of the economy, and consequently, are the main areas of employment in Bristol. The Ministry of Defence is another major employer with over 7,000 employees. In terms of companies, Bristol's biggest employers are Airbus, Tesco, BAE Systems, The University of West of England, and Rolls-Royce. This city is also a hotbed for small businesses and start-ups that create more job opportunities and offer decent salaries.

The property market is reasonably priced, compared with other major cities globally, but demand is growing, and so are the prices. Whether you are renting or buying, Bristol has various neighbourhoods to fit your preference and budget. Clifton is one of the most sought-after neighbourhoods to live in; it's just a few minutes from the city centre, has spectacular views of the famed Suspension Bridge, and homes are generally Georgian or Victorian in style. Other popular neighbourhoods are Cotham, Cabot, Westbury-on-Trym, Horfield, Hanham, Montpelier, Harbourside, and Redland.

Public transportation in this city is mainly bus-based. With a great network of buses available in all key locations, getting around Bristol has never been easier. Two train stations also serve the city with a rail network that links to all of the UK. With cycle lanes on nearly every major route, you can also buy a bike and cycle from point A to B.

It's not all work in Bristol; the endless festivals and events are unmissable. If you're a sports fan, don't miss a game at Ashton Gate stadium or the Memorial Stadium. Popular attraction sites include the Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, University of Bristol Botanic Garden, Westonbirt (The National Arboretum), The Downs, and Cabot Tower.
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Removals To Liverpool

Duration: 3-5 days
Average removal cost Amsterdam - Liverpool: 
  • studio/room - from €638
  • 1 bedroom - from €1274
  • 2 bedrooms - from €1914
  • ​3 bedrooms - from €3190
  • ​4 bedrooms - from €3987
  • ​Customs Clearance Included

Removals to Liverpool

Liverpool is among the most loved cities in the UK due to its diverse nightlife, rich history, and beautiful architecture. It is a fast-growing city situated East of River Mersey and North West of England. Historically, its great economic growth and expansion are attributed to its strategic geographic position where it thrived as a port or gateway to the world. This port status also contributed to its large international population.

The industries responsible for the vibrant economy of Liverpool include health care, financial services, and public administration. These sectors contribute to over 60% of the employment in the area. Businesses such as consultancy, IT, operations, logistics, and marketing are also available in plenty. Expats have a lot of job opportunities to choose from, with top employers including The University of Liverpool, Unilever, NHS, Tesco, ASDA, and McDonald's.

Renting in Liverpool is more affordable compared to major other UK cities. The average rent is currently at around £885/month. You can buy flats and maisonette at around £107,289 and terraced homes at approximately £115,235. The most popular neighbourhoods in Liverpool are the suburbs of Knotty Ash, West Derby, and Childwall. These neighbourhoods have a strong community feel, with terraced houses, excellent schools, and local amenities. Other popular neighbourhoods are Liverpool City Center, Anfield, Aintree, Allerton, and Woolton.

Public transport in Liverpool is cheaper and faster than driving a personal car. There are so many buses, trains, and taxis operating around the city. The city has four main stops; James Street, Liverpool Central, Lime Street, and Moorfields. These four areas connect the city to all other places in Merseyside. Services at the stations run every fifteen minutes. A monthly Mersey rail pass of £114 will offer you cheap travel if you are working and living in Liverpool.

Liverpool is very rich in art and literature thanks to Tate Liverpool art gallery, World Museum, Walker Art Gallery, and many more museums. There is also historical architecture such as Victorian and tobacco houses and churches. One thing about Liverpool is that you can have both the beach and the countryside worlds. The Lancashire countryside is a short distance from the city centre, and it offers breathtaking views, nature trails, and delicious foods.

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Removals To Manchester

Duration: 3-5 days
Average removal cost Zurich - Manchester: 
  • studio/room - from €806
  • 1 bedroom - from €1612
  • 2 bedrooms - from €2419
  • ​3 bedrooms - from €4031
  • ​4 bedrooms - from €5039
  • ​Customs Clearance Included

Removals to Manchester

Manchester city is the Northern powerhouse of England. It boasts a diverse culture, beautiful countryside, lively nightlife, a rich history, and world-class football. As a fast-developing city in the UK, Manchester is becoming quite popular among ex-pats in Europe and the rest of the world. Whether you are a professional, international student, or retiree moving to the UK, Manchester is the place to be.

Manchester is a dynamic metropolitan area offering excellent job opportunities to experts in digital media and biotechnology. The rate of employment in the city is on the rise, making it one of the top employment hubs in the country. Some top employers here are the BBC, the Manchester Airport Group, Costain, JD Sports, the Co-Operative Group, Thomas Cook, Adidas, and Kellogg's.

Whether you prefer a comfortable family home or modern city life, Manchester offers different kinds of housing options to suit all tastes. The housing market is quite competitive, although there are just as many costly apartments as budget-friendly options; you just need to look in the right place. Some of the best neighbourhoods for ex-pats living in Manchester include Deansgate, Castlefield, Salford Quays, Burnage, Chorlton, New Islington, Didsbury, Ancoats, etc.

Public transport is not a worry in Manchester as the city has its own tram network known as Metro link, which is very efficient and affordable. There is also the Manchester Airport which provides direct flights to over 200 destinations worldwide. Manchester was home to the first railway system in the world, which is still efficient to date with over 90 national rail stations.

There is so much to do in Manchester for leisure. You can go shopping at the Trafford Centre, which is among the world's most popular and largest shopping centres, or visit the Heaton Park. Other popular attractions include Castlefield, Science and Industry Museum, Manchester Art Gallery, Chinatown, and Fletcher Moss Botanical Garden, just to name a few. You cannot say Manchester without thinking football. Manchester United or Manchester City, the choice is yours. Enjoy the games at the stadiums and then stop at the Old Trafford or the National Football Museum to see fascinating memorabilia related to the sport.
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Removals To Glasgow

Duration: 3-6 days
Average removal cost Berlin - Glasgow: 
  • studio/room - from €939
  • 1 bedroom - from €1879
  • 2 bedrooms - from €2818
  • ​3 bedrooms - from €4697
  • ​4 bedrooms - from €5871
  • ​Customs Clearance Included

Removals to Glasgow

This port city is located on the banks of River Clyde in West-Central Scotland, UK. Famous for its Victorian architecture and art nouveau, it ranks fifth among the most visited cities in the UK. Moving to Glasgow guarantees a vibrant city life with a plethora of fun outdoor activities and friendly locals.

The prosperity of the Glasgow economy is historically attributed to shipbuilding and trade, which was favoured by its geographic location. Today, the economy has diversified with major industries, including tourism, aerospace, communication, engineering, manufacturing, renewable energy, education, and bioinformatics. Ex-pats from Europe and all over the world enjoy great job opportunities in the city from these sectors. The University of Glasgow, Sky, Barclays, J.P. Morgan, Morgan Stanley, NHS, Optical Express, and Lloyd Banking Group are some of the top employers in Glasgow, offering attractive salaries as well.

Properties in Glasgow are relatively cheaper compared to other cities like London and Edinburgh. However, the prices shoot as you move to the city centre. Glasgow has an array of beautiful locations that suit all budgets and tastes. One of the most popular neighbourhoods in the city is Bearsden; it offers a premium lifestyle that comes at a premium cost. Scotstoun is more suitable for ex-pat families and is more reasonably priced. Other popular neighbourhoods to consider are Hillhead, the City Centre, Kelvingrove, Downhill, Giffnock, and Hyndland.

Public transport in Glasgow includes a wide range of options. The easiest way to manoeuvre around is by the subway. It is swift and affordable, running about every five minutes. Trains are also available and operate between two central stations. They run every 15 minutes at peak hours. A one-way ticket on any public transport costs about £2.50 while a monthly pass average £60.00.

Places to visit are so many in Glasgow. There are many museums, including Scottish Football Museum, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, and Hunterian Art Gallery. These museums exhibit the history of Glasgow in shipbuilding and various historical artefacts. For a beautiful green view, a visit to the Discover Pollok Country Park will be worth it or go to Kelvingrove Park for tropical plant collections and amazing glasshouses.
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Removals To Birmingham

Duration: 3-5 days
Average removal cost Cologne - Birmingham: 
  • studio/room - from €614
  • 1 bedroom - from €1228
  • 2 bedrooms - from €1842
  • ​3 bedrooms - from €3070
  • ​4 bedrooms - from €3838
  • ​Customs Clearance Included

Removals to Birmingham

With a diverse range of career opportunities, good schools, affordable housing, and easy access to other parts of the UK, it's easy to see why Birmingham is becoming a popular destination for ex-pats looking to relocate to the UK from different parts of Europe. The city has its vibrant, bustling city centre, but the countryside is also close by with many quieter parts that have a small-town feel. The best part is pretty much everything is less expensive here than in the capital.

Birmingham was originally a centre for engineering but has since evolved to become a service-based economy with major specializations in education, health, financial and insurance services, social work, retail, and transport. These sectors employ the most people. There are also numerous multinational companies with all kinds of job opportunities for professional ex-pats in Birmingham. This includes Arup, BBC, Deutsche Bank, Dollond & Aitchison, Fujitsu, HSBC, Jaguar Landrover, Muller, and Severn Trent Water. Birmingham is also home to countless SMEs that supply endless job opportunities.

The housing market in Birmingham is reasonably priced compared to other major cities in the world. For example, renting a one-bedroom apartment will set you back about £757.00/month compared to £1,695/month in London. But like all cities, there are both cheap and expensive neighbourhoods in Birmingham. Many prefer the city centre due to its proximity to all amenities, but this comes at a cost. Areas like Solihull, Edgbaston, and Sutton Coldfield are also costly. Moseley is full of large Victorian houses with leafy streets and parks while being budget-friendly. Other popular neighbourhoods to consider are Kings Heath, Harborne, Selly Oak, Digbeth, and Bourneville.

Birmingham has an excellent public transportation system of trains, buses, and tram networks, which frequently run from morning to night. Most of the buses have USB charging ports and free Wi-Fi, which are a welcome bonus. A one-way ticket costs around £2.40 while a monthly pass average £65.50. If you want to save more, get a bike as there's no shortage of cycle lanes here. Lastly, due to Birmingham central location, you can expect excellent train links to the rest of the country.

Regardless of your tastes, there are plenty of things to do and see in your free time. Birmingham has over 500 parks and open green spaces suitable for outdoorsy people. With countless festivals, events, museums, and art galleries, there's always something interesting for culture fanatics. Some of the must-visit attractions include Victoria Square, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, National SEA LIFE Centre, Jewellery Quarter, Cadbury's Bournville, Birmingham Botanical Gardens, Birmingham's Railroad Park, Birmingham Zoo, Ruffner Mountain Nature Center, etc.
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