Jamie Briggs Group

Conservation Resources (UK) Ltd. was purchased in 2019 by the Jamie Briggs Group.

Jamie Briggs Removals and Storage Ltd. is a family run international removals and storage business based in Oxfordshire. Established in February 2000, they specialise in UK and international moves and removals for:

With a highly trained and professional team who are well versed in the packing, protection, removal, transportation and storage of valuable items, they have undertaken many high-profile moves. Most notable of which are:

Libraries

  • The Bodleian Library, Oxford (150,000 Linear Meters)
  • Paul Mellon Centre, Yale University, London (711 Linear Metres)
  • Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies (413 Linear Metres)
  • Magdalen College Library, Oxford (2,441 Linear Metres)
  • Brasenose College Archives, Oxford (120 Linear Metres)
  • China Centre Library, Oxford (1,345 Linear Metres)
  • Leopold Muller Memorial Library, Oxford (1,404 Linear Meters)

Museums

  • The Royal Marines Museum, Portsmouth
  • Trowbridge Museum, Trowbridge
  • The Inner Temple, London

Schools

  • Charterhouse School, Godalming
  • St Edwards School, Banbury

Other dedicated services

Jamie Briggs Removals and Storage occupies a 645,000 sq. ft. warehouse with 24-hour on-site security in Upper Heyford, Oxfordshire. In addition to moving services, they provide expert Conservation Packing, Crate Rental and Storage solutions including, secure containerised storage in personal dedicated storage containers, which can be accessed at short notice if necessary.

Their friendly, permanent staff participate in regular accredited training programmes and are members of the British Association of Removers (B.A.R.) where they actively follow their code of practice to ensure the highest levels of customer service.

Their mission statement 'Jamie Briggs Removals, The Perfect Move' personifies their ethos and they have developed an enviable reputation for their ability to ensure that your most important and treasured items are treated with the greatest respect.