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Our Guide on Making a Home Office in Oxford

Posted on 19th July 2024 by Lauren May
Our Guide on Making a Home Office in Oxford

Many people work from home, especially after the first lockdown, where businesses scrambled to find ways to stay open. Remote working gives employers more freedom to reconsider their property and other cost-saving measures. And their staff can work a more flexible daily schedule, which might help with family duties and running errands. All you need is a home office with a decent internet connection, and you’re ready to begin.

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Why Insurance is Crucial for Your Moving and Storage Needs

Posted on 23rd June 2024 by Lauren May
Storage and Removal Solutions for Oxford Students

When planning a relocation, you’ll often hear about the importance of insurance for safeguarding your possessions. For some, insurance may seem like a mere formality, but it’s crucial for making claims in case of damage. Deciding whether to insure your items can be complex, but it’s worth exploring in detail.

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Setting Up Home Office in Oxford with Storage and Removals

Posted on 25th April 2024 by Lauren May
Setting Up Home Office in Oxford with Storage and Removals

The business world is evolving, and one aspect that drives more forward-thinking changes is remote working. It surged into the mainstream during the pandemic. Although some employers look to bring more numbers into the office, the appetite for remote and hybrid working patterns remains as strong as ever.

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Oxford Office Removals: Essential Tips for a Smooth Transition

Posted on 14th March 2024 by Lauren May

Feeling the pressure of an upcoming office move in Oxford? Don’t worry; it’s a common concern for many businesses. Coordinating with your team, packing up, and getting everything ready can seem daunting. But fear not! With some savvy planning, you can turn this challenge into a smooth transition.

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Navigating the Transition: Storage and Removal Solutions for Oxford Students

Posted on 18th February 2024 by Lauren May
Storage and Removal Solutions for Oxford Students

So, imagine this: you’re wrapping up your studies in Oxford, ready to take on the next chapter. But hold up – before you dive into post-grad life or pack for the trip home, let’s chat about something important: the next location. If you’re moving home or travelling, you must consider storage and removal solutions.

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Removals and Storage for Global Professionals in Oxford

Posted on 16th January 2024 by Lauren May
Removals and Storage for Global Professionals in Oxford

In the dynamic reality of international business, time is a precious asset for professionals in Oxford. Securing a reliable removal company can be daunting, especially when your journey involves international transitions. Recommendations are a rarity in such circumstances, demanding a company with the expertise to seamlessly relocate individuals across borders while upholding the high standards expected in the UK.

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Oxford’s Festive Magic: A Guide to Christmas Activities

Posted on 2nd December 2023 by Lauren May
Oxford at christmas

Hey there! Picture this: it’s Christmas in Oxford. The city is cloaked in a magical atmosphere, with twinkling fairy lights draped over every corner, casting a warm glow on the cobbled streets. You can smell roasting chestnuts wafting through the chilly air, blending with the distant tunes of carollers, filling the city with the season’s spirit. It’s an enchanting sight. Many people visit for the holidays and find themselves so enchanted that they relocate here.

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What to consider if you want to turn a house into flats in Oxford 

Posted on 2nd November 2023 by Lauren May
Tips for buying your first London home

With 32% of households in Oxford privately renting, the rental market is continuing to grow. Students and young professionals are the perennial market in this university city. Many rental properties are houses of multiple occupancy (HMOs). To protect the interests of residents renting from private landlords, Oxford was the first city in the UK to introduce a mandatory licensing scheme for houses with multiple occupants. This article looks at the different planning requirements involved if you want to turn a house into an HMO or change a house into different self-contained residences.  

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Packing Tips When Moving to Oxford

Posted on 9th October 2023 by Lauren May

If you’re moving homes, the last thing you want is a trail of broken items and damaged goods. It’s a common problem and often boils down to poor preparation. Rushing to pack everything in the final week and using flimsy boxes and containers can lead to breakages and the hassle of insurance claims. However, there is a better way to approach this.

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Auction houses in Oxford and Oxfordshire 

Posted on 31st July 2023 by Lauren May
Auction houses in Oxford and Oxfordshire 

The BBC’s show Bargain Hunt is testimony to the British love of antiques, bargain hunting, and the thrill of the auction house. Considering Oxford is home to the Ashmolean Museum, the art and artifacts collection of the University of Oxford, it is no surprise that you can find some quality auction houses in this county.  While  generally, the heavy-weight auction houses are found in London, Oxford does have some that operate internationally and which add dynamism to the local antiques and collectibles trade. Oxford’s Stonor Park has been a stunning venue for the Antiques Roadshow in previous years, for those hidden treasures in Oxfordshire households to get some airtime.  Whether you are a novice treasure hunter, a fully-fledged collector, or need to evaluate items from an estate, here are some local antique fairs to be aware of, and auction houses of note in Oxford and the surrounding county. 

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