How much does it cost to move from the UK to Denmark with MyCheapRemovals?
The price for removals to Denmark depends on the volume and weight of your load, as well as the distance between the collection and delivery point.
In order to check the cost of your move with Mycheapremovals, please go to the main page and fill in the form. You need to provide the pickup place, and delivery place, as well as the approximate volume of the load and date of your move. Once you submit your email and click the button “Email me quote”, you will receive the quotations for all the volume options that we have in our offer, followed by the email with the possible price reduction.
How long does it take for my belongings to arrive in Denmark?
There are different factors that may influence the duration of the delivery. Usually, 15m3, 20m3 and 30m3 are the fastest in delivery, as we do not combine your load with other loadings. On the other hand, 5m3 and 10m3 options are part loads, so you will share the loading space of the van, which means we have several stops on the way to your final destination.
However, the delivery in both cases should not take longer than 3 days. Bigger loads may be delivered even two days after the collection.
I’m moving to Denmark – what documents I will need?
We require the following documents:
- The inventory list includes:
- total number of items
- the volume of each item and the total volume (can be an estimate)
- weight of each item and the total weight (can be an estimate)
- value of each item and the total value (can be an estimate)
- the statement, that the goods are over 6 months old
- date and handwritten/electronic signature (you can print the list, sign it and send the photos/scan etc.)
- A copy of your passport/ID,
- Proof of the destination address (current bank statements or credit/debit card statement, current utility bills, rental contract, storage contract etc.),
- Proof of living in the previous address for the last 12 months.
Here is a list of Valid documents (one of them should be enough):
- Council TAX Bill
- Utility bill showing 12 months old history
- Payslip for the last 12 months
- Job contract
- Tax Return
- The inventory list includes:
- Filled in non-cession document
- Filled-in CERFA.
The forms are attached once you book your move so that you have enough time to prepare them.
What are the living costs in Denmark in comparison to the UK?
The average cost of living in Denmark is 5% less expensive than in the United Kingdom. Denmark ranked 16th vs. 12th for the United Kingdom in the list of the most expensive countries in the world.
The average after-tax salary is enough to cover living expenses for 1.9 months in Denmark compared to 1.6 months in the United Kingdom. Ranked 3rd and 13th best countries to live in the world.
Denmark has a GDP per capita of $55,900 as of 2020, while in the United Kingdom, the GDP per capita is $41,600 as of 2020. In Denmark, 12.5% live below the poverty line as of 2018. In the United Kingdom, however, that number is 18.6% as of 2017.
Can I move to Denmark with my pet?
Prior to moving your dog, it must have a valid EU Pet Passport. An authorised veterinarian must issue the EU Pet Passport for your dog and certify that your dog is in compliance with the requirements for movement to Denmark.
As it is the veterinary authority of the country of dispatch which is responsible for ensuring that EU requirements for non-commercial movement of pet animals are met, it is important that you contact the country’s veterinary authority.
The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration are not aware of what the authorities of other countries can certify for, or what the health status etc. is in the country in question.
The veterinary authority of the country of dispatch will be able to inform you about the possibility of obtaining certificates etc. for the animals and other practical information.
Moving to Denmark
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