Posted: 10/07/2015 at 12:05
It's always very risky with such an established tree. If you attempt it, you need to take as large a rootball as possible. There's some good advice regarding that on this site:
If you do move it, avoid planting it anywhere where it will get early morning sun as that will damage fresh new growth in early spring, so an east-facing border is not recommended. Also avoid anywhere open or windy - they need a sheltered site with some shade.