Whatever your destination; whether you are moving to Paris, Nice, Bordeaux or a remote village, Bishop's Move can professionally move you there.

Simply arrange a free moving house survey with Bishop's Move today and one of our experienced moving consultants will visit you at your home and answer any questions you have on shipping, packing and relocating to Europe so that we can give you an accurate quotation to move to France.

Once you've accepted our quote, we will arrange and book a date for your move to France. Depending on the size of your move, our professionally trained packers will arrive on the day, or the day before, to pack and wrap the entire contents of your home, making sure all effects, including valuable and delicate items, are transported to France as safely as possible. If you would like, we can export wrap your items (a service reserved for overseas shipping) for extra protection. We can also arrange storage in either the UK or France depending on your requirements.

With many businesses considering relocating to Paris, Bishop's Move has a dedicated Business Relocation team on hand to handle all aspects of your employees, and their family's, relocation.

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Bishop's Move will transport your effects to France and deliver them straight to the door of your new French home – we can even unpack everything for you too. Our vehicles are fitted with the latest communication and satellite tracking equipment on board, so we can find even the most remote areas and know where our vehicles are at all times.

If you should decide to return to the UK from France, Bishop's Move can also move you back again.

 

Moving to France does not have to be a daunting experience. Bishop's Move undertake weekly trips to France and have 165 years experience in the removals industry. Our first move to France was undertaken by a horse drawn pantechnicon and railway. Now we operate one of the most recognisable, yellow fleet of vehicles on the road. 

If you would like more information, please refer to our:

Guide to Moving to France