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Removals to & from Belgium

For removals to or from Belgium, call Armishaws on 0800 917 1015 for a FREE quote.

We have moved many of our customers to Belgium and we would be glad to design a Belgium removal service directly tailored to your needs.

We have been moving our customers to/from Belgium for many years and our Belgium removals experience is second to none.

We also provide return collections, so if you're moving back to the UK from Belgium, then we can also help, whether that's a full or part load.

Why Choose Armishaws for your removals to Belgium?
Armishaws Removals provides removal and relocation services to all regions within Belgium. As Military Contractors to the Ministry of Defence (MoD), we have removals vehicles in Belgium, moving military families back to the UK. This means that our vehicles have space on the outward journey to Belgium for your removals.


"As we unpack, I can reflect appreciatively on the most thoughtful and professional Darren and his team were the most thoughtful movers I have ever dealt with through many moves. I want to extend a profound thanks to each of them and let you know what a great team you sent out to us. They kept a sense of humour throughout the move and a kindness beyond professional obligation."
Mrs W


Our Belgium removal services can include:

  • An Individually designed removal package to suit your needs
  • Collection from anywhere in the UK or worldwide
  • Any items, no matter how large or small
  • Full loads or part loads
  • A full survey by one of our European Removal Specialists

We provide removal and relocation services to all towns and regions within Belgium, including: Anderlecht, Antwerp, Brussels, Bruges, Charleloi, Ghent, Leuven, Liege, Namur, Schaerbeek or beyond.

Brussels and Belgium are good places to come to live and work, whether you are planning to stay for a year or two or maybe for longer. Here are some of the advantages:

Belgium has a lucrative job market

There is high demand for qualified skilled professionals. This is especially so in Brussels, where most of the EU institutions are based. Plus there are many international corporations located in the city and surrounding region. Flanders to the north of Brussels is also host to many internationally known companies.

Housing is relatively affordable

Parts of Brussels can be expensive, but rents in Belgium are generally much lower than in Britain or London. There's also no shortage of affordable property to buy as well as to rent.

Commuting is easier and cheaper than in UK

Although the trains can be full, distances tend to be relatively short. And train tickets are much cheaper than in Britain and are half-price everywhere in Belgium at weekends.

Transport connections are excellent

Living and working in Belgium and especially Brussels means that you're never far from the UK. The Eurostar high speed train service with the UK is now very fast and much more convenient than flying, assuming you live in southern England. It takes under 2 hours to get from the centre of Brussels to the centre of London. You're also never more than a few hours away from Belgium's North Sea coast, most of which consists of golden sandy beaches.

A more relaxed work culture

The work culture in Belgium is more relaxed than in the UK and employees have more legal protection and social benefits such as vacation, which is usually a generous 5 or 6 weeks after the first year. There are also more public holidays.

Great food and drink

Belgium also has a world renown cuisine that surprises even the French. There is also an enormous range of excellent Belgian beers to try!

Language isn't really a problem

Most people in Belgium speak pretty good English and in many large companies the working language is English. Belgium and especially Brussels has a big expat population and you can get by in most cases in English. Learning French or Dutch (Belgium's two main languages) is however a good idea to get the best out of the country and in order to integrate better.

The media is international

Media in Belgium is very international, especially television. Most Belgians have cable TV (which also now carries Internet and phone services). There are some 40 TV channels available, most of which are non-Belgian. And BBC1 and BBC2 are available throughout Belgium as standard.

To sum up: Belgium is a great location whether you're looking to emigrate longer term or just to spend some time living and working in another EU country. Belgium isn't perfect of course, but overall, I'd say the advantages outweigh any disadvantages.

I moved here two years ago and I'm glad I made the decision. It's been well worth it and I'd seriously recommend that you consider Belgium as a destination if you're thinking of moving abroad.

This article was written by Kevin Wells From http://www.BrusselSprout.NET, a website all about living and working in Belgium and Brussels for expats.

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