House Removals Newhaven
Newhaven lies at the mouth of the River Ouse on the English Channel coast. The area is a ferry port for services to Dieppe in France, with huge ferries frequenting the horizon.
The main landmark in the town is the Newhaven Fort. The Palmerston fort was built in the 19th century to defend the harbour at Newhaven. The Victorian Fortress and its rabbit warren of passages built in to the chalk cliffs is scrupulously maintained and has made it through two World Wars. Newhaven Fort is an excellent day out for all the family.
Other areas of interest include the South Downs National Park, where families can walk, cycle or horseback ride. Furthermore, the cliffs that run from Brighton to Newhaven are of special geological interest as they contain many fossils.
Newhaven town centre provides a mix of independent and smaller high-street retailers. There are supermarkets, the local Post Office and a mix of angling shops, jewellers, crafts and gifts.
Moving to Newhaven
Compared to neighbouring Peacehaven, Seaford and Saltdean, properties in Newhaven are in the more affordable bracket. For those wanting to be near the coast but with a smaller budget, Newhaven could be an ideal location. On average, the most popular properties are semi-detached or flats. Semi-detached properties are being sold for an average of £235,484, with flats fetching £149,608.
Moving can be extremely stressful, but with the Britannia Beckwith office located smack bang in Newhaven, we can happily and smoothly handle all aspects of your move. Whether you require storage or a complete removals service, we will be able to tailor a service to you.
Schools in Newhaven
There are four primary schools in Newhaven: Denton Community Primary, Meeching Valley, Harbour Primary School and Newhaven Academy.
There are two secondary schools in the town: Seahaven Academy (previously known as Tideway Comprehensive) and UTC@Harbourside which opened in Newhaven in September 2014 for 14 to 18-year-olds
Transport Links in Newhaven
Newhaven benefits from having two train stations. Both Newhaven Town and Newhaven Harbour have regular trains to both London Victoria and Brighton. Trains to Victoria take under 1 hour 30 minutes with 1 change. Journeys to Brighton are half an hour.
Newhaven is serviced by a plethora of bus services, both local and connecting to Brighton. Routes 12,13, 14 and 92 all connect Newhaven to the seaside city. Driving and parking in Brighton centre can often be congested but there is an excellent Park & Ride scheme in place at Withdean