Are you planning to move to Ealing, West London? Book A Mover has prepared a guide on what to expect and interesting facts about the area. We can also help you find a local Ealing removals company or Ealing man and van. Submit your moving details here and we will find the best five Ealing movers for you. In meanwhile read our interesting facts about Ealing.

What to expect when moving to Ealing?

Ealing is a West London borough, neighbouring Harrow, Richmond, Hammersmith and Hounslow. It is a vibrant and busy area with lots of shops, season fairs and busy restaurants and clubs. The main postcode is W5, but West Ealing has its own postcode, which is W13.

How much does it cost to move to Ealing

The average moving price in Ealing is £640. The moving costs for one bedroom property start at £120 for a two men and a van team and can reach well over £1000 for 3 and 4 bedrooms properties. Most moving companies will charge you extra for additional services, like packing of the boxes, dismantling and reassembling of the furniture. If you are moving out of a bigger property, schedule a home visit by the removals company. They will sent a representative to calculate the volume, check the parking and services requested.


Best areas to live in Ealing

The best areas to find a new home is South Ealing area and North Ealing. The central part of Ealing where all the shops are has been revamped. Ealing is known as the ”Queen of Suburbs”. There have been many improvements to the Ealing shopping Centre, while there is a major makeover of the Ealing Broadway station for a better vision and use. 

How much to rent in Ealing?

Renting in Ealing and anywhere in W5 area is slightly higher compared to local areas like Hounslow, Acton or Southall. The average rent for 2 bedrooms property is around £1700 per month, excluding council tax. 3 bedrooms properties rent start from £1600 and the average is around £2050 per month.

Average house prices in Ealing area

The average price for 3 bedrooms house is around £850,000.  One and two bedrooms properties prices are anywhere between £400,000 and £800,000 price range, but there are always luxury style apartments, which go well over £1M mark.

Is it safe to live in Ealing W5?

It is relatively safe to live in Ealing and much safer compared to Hounslow or Acton. On average 94% of Ealing residents feel safe. The crime rate is much lower compared to Southwark or Lambeth.

Best schools in Ealing

Some of the best schools in Ealing are Ark Priori Primary Academy and The Cardinal Wiseman Catholic School. It is good to recommend also Drayton Manor High School too.

Booking parking suspension for your Ealing move

If you are planning to relocate to Ealing W5, check the street you are moving into. If you do not have your own parking, you will most likely need to arrange a parking suspension in front of your property, or as close as possible. Any Ealing moving company will tell you, they will need suitable and close parking to your doorstep. Check Ealing council page for more information here.

Interesting places to visit once you have moved 

If you like shopping, Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre has everything- from clothes shops and technology to food stores and coffee shops. If you are into something more alternative, take your children and family to the local Hanwell zoo. More information you can find here.