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No two moving plans are identical. This is obviously because no two home are identical. We each have a different set of belongings and different furnishings, and when people move, they don’t always take everything with them. In fact, leaving some things behind – or, more literally, leaving them at the dump, the recycling centre, the charity shop or the carboot sale – is one of the best ways to save money and stress during a home or office removal. If you start your moving plan well in advance, you could even find that you have enough time to sell items from the comfort of your sofa on websites like gumtree and eBay. Often, the details of these exchanges can be set up so that the buyers are responsible for picking up the items, so you don’t even need to worry about delivery. If you do need some things delivered, to any of the above locations or to a buyer’s home or office, you could hire one of our moving vans at a great hourly rate. Or try our Central London man and van service, for an even easier route.
Now that you’ve cleared out your belongings, you can move on to the planning details for your actual moving day – how many boxes to purchase, which types of boxes to get, how many movers to hire, whether to let a storage unit or not, and more. A home assessment from London Removals is a great way to figure out the answers to all these questions and it will give you a great starting point. Call us on 020 8811 8918 for an assessment or just to receive a free quote over the phone right away. We can arrange packing services, transport, loading, storage, packaging materials or a combination of any or all of the above. You’ll be glad you started planning early and called us to help, as your actual moving day will be much lighter for you and your family.book removal
If you are moving to Central London, you are probably familiar with how busy a place it is; it is not only the centre of the nation’s capital, but a cultural and economic hub of one of the largest cities in Western Europe. It is where millions of tourists come every year to see famous sights, visit museums and monuments and, of course, shop. But it is also home to plenty of businesses and residents as well. The area is quite high-density, a true urban centre. While central London does not have boundaries on a map, per se, it is roughly equivalent to the central activities zone of the London Plan, which is a planning document for all of Greater London. The central activities zone includes the City of Westminster, the City of London and some of the more central areas of the London Boroughs of Islington, Hackney, Camden, Tower Hamlets, Lambeth, Southwark and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
Making a move to Central London might be a big step for you and your family, especially if you are not accustomed to living in a busy urban area. It is where most of London’s financial sector is located, including business services and most of the central government buildings. It is also where you will find embassies representing countries all over the world, restaurants that are destinations in and of themselves and shops and markets catering to a more upscale clientele. As you might guess, there is plenty to see and do. Some of the most popular attractions for tourists and London residents alike include the London Eye, a giant Ferris wheel with fantastic views; the London Dungeon, where you can experience the scary parts of history up close; the SEA LIFE aquarium; the British Museum; the HMS Belfast; Buckingham Palace; The London Bridge Experience, and more.
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Like any bustling city, this part of Greater London is not exactly replete with affordable housing. The most central postcode districts: EC1, EC2, EC3, and EC4 are where you will find some of the most expensive homes and those in the borough of Kensington and Chelsea are also at the top end of pricey. The most affordable places to let or buy in central London are in the E1 and E14 postcode districts in Tower Hamlets.
London Removals may be a familiar name to you, or you may not have heard of us yet. But if you are in the market for Central London movers or even Central London storage, you’ll want to plan your removal down to the last detail. It is common knowledge that city life is simply busier than that in more rural areas, so planning ahead will help you to stay on top of your move in case last-minute work-related issues do arise. For packing and boxes, transport, assessments and more, you really only need to remember on number – 020 8811 8918. Once you’ve called it, you can begin to make use of our removal checklist, and build your moving plan from there. Or you can simply call to get your free, no-obligation quote right now. Our lines are open and we’re ready to help you move!.
Since Central London is home to so many businesses and institutions, and therefore jobs, you would expect the population to grow considerably during the day. This is true, and many of those people rely on public transportation for their commutes. But that doesn’t mean that parking is ever easy in the city centre, or even in the outer parts of inner London. Check with your new council, whether the City of London, the City of Westminster, Islington, Camden, Hackney, Wouthwark, Lambeth, Tower Hamlets or Kensington and Chelsea. You’ll be pleased to know that in many areas you can arrange parking ahead of time so you’ll have one less thing to worry about on the day of your move. Doing this will also ensure that the unloading of your belongings is as quick as possible.book removal