Relocating a school can present a wealth of challenges that you may not have considered. At Bishop’s Move, we have years of experience in managing all areas of a school relocation and our team can handle your move with care and efficiency.
Our Business Relocation team have worked with various UK schools, and higher education facilities, over the years, assisting them with all their moving requirements. This can include anything from simple porterage services between classrooms and offices to managing the logistics of moving libraries and entire schools to their newly built premises.
With over 165 years of experience in removals and storage, you can ensure that your school or university move is in safe hands with Bishop's Move. We completely understand the difficulties surrounding a school relocation, no matter whether it's just a few items, a single facility or the entire school. We are happy to undertake the work during the "school holidays", in the evening or at weekends to ensure that there is as little disruption to the teaching day as possible.
We have a wide range of reputable clients that have used our school relocation services, including The University of Surrey, Brunel University London, The National Ballet School and Pearson Education to mention a few.
Our services are specifically tailored to suit your school’s needs. Our primary, secondary and university relocation services include:
Bishop's Move works with partners, Arpenter, to ensure that your move is catalogued from start to finish. This includes:
This allows us to provide quality and accurate data, at all times, giving our clients the clarity and confidence to make informed decisions on whether to repurpose their existing furniture and equipment into a new area, mitigating any risk on the project's budget.
It also means that we can embed the carbon savings against each item in our reports, showing the client the actual saving in KG by reusing the existing furniture and equipment in new areas. This prevents the manufacture and transport of new items – contributing to net-zero carbon targets.