Removals to Montpellier

April 18, 2013

removals to franceCompass Moving Services offer a weekly removals service to Montpellier we offer a part load or dedicated service to Montpellier all our staff are fully trained to a high standard to ensure that you move to Montpellier goes as smooth as possible.

All our packing crews are full trained in overseas packing (Export Packing) and have vast knowledge in packing all types of items, such as Pianos, Grandfather Clocks, Antiques and Artwork.

Moving to Montpellier

Compass operate a modern fleet of air ride furniture vehicles to transport you goods safely to their final destination.We can offer collections and deliveries throughout the UK and France

We offer free insurance up to £50,000 subject to T&C.

Removals from Amiens to the UK we have trucks in France weekly so if you are moving back to The UK we can offer a competitive rate for your move back


Dedicated Removal Service to Montpellier

Our dedicated service consists of your effects being packed and moved from your current home and moved directly to your new home with no other customer’s furniture on the vehicle.

Removals Part Loads to Montpellier

To keep the costs down, for those who wish to take a smaller amount of goods, our part load service is the perfect answer, and consists of your effects being packed by us, if required, removed from your current home and taken to your new home abroad. Each customer’s effects are inventoried and labeled; this will eliminate the possibility of mistakes. Please ask for our schedules for part loads when you contact our office.

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Montpellier (French pronunciation: ​[mɔ̃.pə.lje]; Occitan: Montpelhièr [’ʎɛ]) is a city in southern France. It is the capital of the Languedoc-Roussillon region, as well as the Hérault department. Montpellier is the 8th largest city of France, and is also the fastest growing city in the country over the past 25 years.[1] Located on the south coast of France on the Mediterranean Sea, it is the third-largest French city on the Mediterranean coast after Marseille and Nice.


Since 2001, Montpellier has been divided into seven official neighbourhoods, themselves divided into sub-neighbourhoods. Each of them possesses a neighbourhood council.

  • Montpellier-centre : historical centre (Écusson), Comédie, Gares, Faubourg Boutonnet, Saint-Charles, Faubourg Saint-Jaume, Peyrou, Les Arceaux, Figuerolles, Faubourg du Courreau, Gambetta, Clémenceau, Méditerranée, boulevard de Strasbourg, Le Triangle, Polygone, Antigone, Nouveau-Monde, Parc à Ballons, Les Aubes, Les Beaux-Arts, Saint-Lazare.
  • Croix-d’Argent : avenue de Toulouse, Croix d’Argent, Mas Drevon, Tastavin, Lemasson, Garosud, Mas de Bagnères, Mas Nouguier, les Sabines, Lepic, Pas du Loup, Estanove, Val-de-Crozes, Bagatelle.
  • Les Cévennes : Les Cévennes, Alco, Le Petit Bard, Pergola, Saint-Clément, Clémentville, Las Rebès, La Chamberte, La Martelle, Montpellier-Village, Les Grisettes, Les Grèzes.
  • Mosson : La Mosson, Celleneuve, La Paillade, les Hauts-de-Massane, Le Grand-Mail, Les Tritons.
  • Hôpitaux-Facultés : Malbosc, Saint-Priest, Euromédecine, Zolad, Plan des 4 Seigneurs, Hôpitaux, IUT, Père Soulas, Universités, Vert-Bois, Hauts de Boutonnet, Aiguelongue, Justice, Parc zoologique de Lunaret, Agropolis.
  • Port-Marianne : La Pompignane, Richter, Millénaire, Jacques Cœur, Consuls de Mer, Grammont, Odysseum, Montaubérou, La Méjanelle, La Mogère.
  • Prés d’Arènes : Les Prés d’Arènes, Avenue de Palavas, La Rauze, Tournezy, Saint-Martin, Les Aiguerelles, Pont-Trinquat, Cité Mion.


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