The OLD includes the following meaning for the noun "removal" in British English:
an act of taking furniture, etc. from one house to another
Is the use of this noun with a similar meaning in expressions such as
this discussion was marked for removal to Sec.II
correct? Or should it be substituted with, e.g.,
this discussion was marked to be moved to Sec.II
Clarification in response to comments: my question is if removal can be used in combination with the new location, i.e., "removal to somewhere".