EAST London Removal Company
The outer edges of East London are also on the affordable end of the scale in terms of housing. Newham, Plaistow, East Ham, Stratford, and Manor Park are the larger towns or centres in this part of London. The commute to the city centre is, of course, quite a bit longer than for people living closer to inner London. Moreover, there are fewer Tube stations and rail stations, making commuting a bit more difficult as well.
In fact, you don’t have to fit us in, as we can be part of each step of the moving process. From delivering your packing materials to helping you dismantle and wrap furniture and pack everything up, we are the crew for you. From transport options to storage solutions, there’s really only one company you will need to call in East London for removal services – us!. Many people mistakenly think that when the moving van pulls away from your old home or office, the bulk of the work is done. But really, this is only the half-way point. Once the vehicle arrives at the new place, you have to do everything in reverse, minus the sorting and throwing out of unwanted items. So you can see how important it is to have a plan, even if you don’t normally stick to them.
We can not only help you stick to your moving plan, but we can help you create one too. Start with our moving checklist to see if you have arranged everything necessary. Don’t forget one very important step: arranging a parking space in front of your new home or office for the day of the move. It should be large enough to accommodate the van or lorry you have hired, plus some space at the back for unloading. By doing this, you will ensure that your furniture and boxes don’t have far to travel from van to door, which can cut down on exposure to inclement weather and prevent delays and damage. For East London movers, there’s no better option.book removal
GREAT OUTDOR EXPERIENCE
Many people, when they hear East London, think immediately of the East End, which is the area just to the east of the City of London to the north of the River Thames. This part of the city has traditionally been quite working class and an important part of the city’s shipping history. Today, it is a very diverse part of the city, home to immigrant populations from all over the world and a true reflection of London as a melting pot. Many of the areas are experiencing regeneration, and places such as Brick Lane and Old Spitalfields Market have been the recipients of investments. The East End was also the home of the 2012 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games. A postcode was even created for the purpose.
This part of London has plenty of galleries for residents and visitors to enjoy. It is also home to the Museum of London Docklands, the Ragged School Museum, and plenty of museums dedicated to the history of specific boroughs. The Ragged School Museum is an interactive experience that your kids will love. For an outdoor experience, visit the Bow Creek Ecology Park, Hackney Marshes, or the Mile End Park and arts Pavilion, among others.
Moving to East London may be a step away from the hectic life and expensive accommodations of Central London for you and your family. Or you may be moving closer to where the action is, having come from a different part of England or the world. But just because living in London is pricier than in many places, doesn’t mean that your East London removal services have to be. Think of London Removals when you are making your removal plan and budget. You can order one or two services, or our affordable man and van service East London. You could also have us do it all, which will save you a lot of time in the long run. Don’t forget to do a good sorting and clearing out before you start packing, and for more great hints call us on 020 8811 8918.