F Smith & Sons a genuine family business for over 80 yrs for moving in Surrey
Living in Surrey
Today’s Surrey is divided into 11 districts: Elmbridge, Epsom and Ewell, Guildford, Mole Valley, Reigate and Banstead, Runnymede, Spelthorne, Surrey Heath, Tandridge, Waverley and Woking. Services such as roads, mineral extraction licensing, education, strategic waste and recycling infrastructure, births marriages and deaths registration, aspects of health services and most social and children’s services are within the remit of Surrey County Council. Surrey has a population of approximately 1.1 million people. Its largest town is Guildford, Woking comes a close second,they are followed by Ewell and Camberley. Due to its proximity to London there are many commuter towns and villages in Surrey, the population density is high and the area is one of the richest parts of the UK, with many celebrities and famous people choosing to live here. Surrey is Britain’s most densely populated county, excluding Greater London. Numerous medieval churches exist in Surrey. Farnham Castle keeps its medieval construction, in large part, and a restored tower in original 13th century walls surveys the county town at Guildford Castle and its town centre has a medieval tall, pointed-arch Undercrypt. Medieval houses, manors and barns survive including in: Littleton, Ewell, Horsley, Cobham, Guildford, Bramley, Ewhurst Dockenfield/Frensham, Chobham & Chertsey.
Surrey is an affluent county with a service based economy closely tied to that of London. Surrey has the highest GDP per capita of any county in the UK and the highest cost of living in the UK outside of the capital. The county is said to have the highest proportion of millionaires in the UK. The average wage in Surrey is bolstered by the high number of residents who work in financial services. Significant landscapes in Surrey include Box Hill just north of Dorking; the Devil’s Punch Bowl at Hindhead and Frensham Common. There are 80 Surrey Wildlife Trust reserves
Transport in Surrey. Three major motorways pass through the county. M25 (London Orbital), M3 crosses the north-west of the county, M23 splits the east of the county. Surrey is connected to Central London via national routes: Consequently, the towns Staines, Woking, Guildford, Walton-on-Thames, Epsom/Ewell and Reigate/Redhill, statistically the largest examples, are established rapid-transit commuter towns for Central London.
F Smith & Son Removal Company for Surrey
If you are moving in Surrey then contact F Smith & Son for a competitive quote for your relocation. We specialise in Local, Nationwide, European and Worldwide removals as well as export packing and containerised furniture storage.
We can handle all aspects of moving services, Piano Moving, Difficult Access, specialist packing for fragile items & Antiques. If you need more help and advice try our FAQ page or get some packing hints and tips
Proud members of The British Association Of Removers and certainly one of the more accredited removals companies in Croydon.