If your plans are coming together to venture beyond the M25, and Oxford is calling, here is a Master Removers Guide to help you consider the ease of this passage. In the last few years in the race for space, people have been leaving London in increasing numbers. The soaring house prices and inflated rental costs are a factor. Additionally, many people now work from home and there is no need to be unwillingly betrothed to the capital. With London close to Oxford, and with great transport links, it is not a hard and dry separation, just a simple relocation. As Oxford has perennial appeal to visitors and locals alike, it is unsurprising that many people have chosen to move there in the last years. The City of the Dreaming Spires has caught many people’s imaginations through time and has so much to offer in terms of history and culture. As an international name denoting quintessential Englishness and scholastic prestige, Oxford will continue to draw residents and visitors into the centre of its cultural heart. Overwhelmed by the changing face of London, many people seek to find urban culture but on a smaller scale. Proximity to the countryside and larger gardens are also high on the aspiration lists of those interested to move to Oxford and the surrounding areas.