Established by JJ Bishop over 165 years ago, the 6th generation of Bishops’s continue to set the standard for removals and storage firms everywhere. We are a national relocation company that offers the very best local moving services.
Our removals company was founded on the principles of giving customers a friendly, professional and helpful moving service, tailored to individual needs. Our business relocation services have gained an enviable reputation for maintaining these values alongside the impeccable planning and expert consultation that’s needed to make business moves a seamless success.
Bishop's Move have won the award for Best Removals Company for two years in a row from the Association of Relocation Professionals. Plus we have been nominated for International Moving Company of the Year at the EMEA EMMAs.
By putting good people at the heart of everything we do takes the stress out of your move and makes the transition to your new workplace as painless as possible. With over 20 UK locations (and in Europe), our customers receive a local service, delivered with the resources and expertise of an established and successful, national removals company.
You can rest assured that all of our staff are professionally trained to the highest of standards and that our modern fleet of vehicles are also fitted with the very latest in satellite tracking system.
As founders of the British Association of Removers, Bishop's Move work hard to ensure that the standards of our removals are the best that they can be. This is acknowledged by our affiliation to the internationally renowned organisation of FIDI (FAIM Plus) and IAM.
We offer a comprehensive range of removals and storage services that can be tailor-made to suit your own individual requirements. These services include:
The move was completed with remarkable efficiency. Nothing has been broken or lost. The men were all friendly and polite and willing to go out of their way to be helpful.
Bishop & Sons’ Depositories was established in 1854 by Joseph James Bishop, a farm worker from Norfolk who originally came to London to join Robert Peel’s newly established police force. J.J. as he was known, went on to open a greengrocers in Elizabeth Street, London, and from there he developed the business to include moving household furniture and effects. This soon evolved to become a general cartage and storage business, with a small yard in what was then the village of Pimlico, SW1.