THE brand new, state of the art Tolworth depot for The Master Removers Group was all-singing, all-dancing recently when it was chosen by country-pop duo Ward Thomas as the backdrop to their latest music video.
The duo’s connections come via their father Anthony and his company of 40 years, Ward Thomas Removals – which was the founding brand of The Master Removers Group (MRG).
Anyone setting up a tech company will have a fair idea of what the criteria is for where they start their new enterprise. The location needs a mixture of function and networking, a couple of examples being affordable workspaces and an entrepreneurial business environment. A community of similar minds is a must when starting any new venture, in addition to the phrase walk before you can run, regarding your budget.
Newbury has everything going for it and will tick most of the boxes for a tech start-up. This might surprise people who know the area for being a famous market town. You’ll soon find out more about what Newbury has going for it for anyone who’s creating their own company.
It might sound like a simple enough task but putting your house on the market is rarely as straightforward as it should be. The main focus here is to try and sell up relatively quickly so you can move onto buying or renting your new house or flat. However, this isn’t always possible, and you might be in a situation where your property languishes on the market for months on end.
Camp Hopson has years’ worth of experience in removals, and we have a lot of useful insights into the housing market in the UK. To help you sell your home in Berkshire, here are some of our top tips to move things in the right direction.
As we move further into the next phase of dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic, it seems like working from home is more than just a temporary measure from lockdown. Individuals and businesses are rethinking how it can be beneficial for them to continue some form of remote working. It raises important questions about how companies operate with the additional potential to make huge improvements.
Camp Hopson was active throughout the lockdown, and we’re supportive of new ideas on how to change the way companies approach things. That’s why we’re discussing how to convert a room in your house into a home office or study.
Now that the lockdown is moving to the next phase, lots of people will be looking forward to returning to normal life. Some will be thinking of a fresh start by relocating, which might have already been in the planning stages. Moving to a new home might be the perfect way to create some positive experiences for you and your family.
Camp Hopson has been adjusting our approach to removals throughout the lockdown, and we can undertake any type of relocation. We’re now ready to increase our operations to help people start their next chapter in Newbury and Berkshire.
It’s a strange time for businesses in the UK, and many will be looking at ways of reducing their overheads and possibly reshaping operations. If you’re in this position and you’re thinking of moving to a different office, it might be worth considering this option. Other business owners will be looking at things like logistics and distribution to see if there are ways to trim costs and improve efficiency.
If you’re planning a relocation, it’s often advisable to start doing some research on your new location and how you’re getting there several months in advance. However, we can’t predict the future, and our circumstances might mean we have to move straight away.
We do have to advise our customers that Camp Hopson is still open during the COVID-19 lockdown, mainly to undertake emergency relocations. So, if you find yourself with an urgent last-minute situation, we’ll do everything we can to accommodate you.
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The business community in Berkshire is stepping up to the challenges we all face from the threat of COVID-19. With this in mind, there has been a government directive to limit or close any non-essential businesses. We want to assure our customers that Camp Hopson is still open, but we’re currently operating in a limited capacity during this current lockdown.
With whole populations confined to their homes in the UK and around the globe, we’re in times for which there’s no frame of reference. Shops are closed and businesses curbed to the bare minimum of activity. And yet it’s in these straitened circumstances that it’s become apparent just how vital the removals industry is to the health and prosperity of the people. We’re not just about moving people from one place to another; we’re part of of an intricate chain that has to stay in motion, or else catastrophe can occur. We often help people who are in the grip of immense personal challenges (e.g. Parkinson’s sufferers) and whose move will have an enhancing effect on their comfort and health.
“The housing market was effectively suspended by the government last night in an unprecedented move as the sector was plunged into chaos by the coronavirus outbreak.
Banks struggling with the volume of customer inquiries, difficulties with valuations and legal uncertainty has led ministers to call on people to delay moving.
Finance has dried up with mortgage providers ceasing to offer many new home loans. They include Lloyds, which owns the Halifax and Bank of Scotland and is the largest player in the market, and Barclays.”