Moving House, Man and Van E3, E14 Removals Bow moving company E3, E14 movers Bow removal company nearby postcodesMoving to Bow is a great idea. This area has lots to offer and, a very good selection of ideal homes to choose from. In order to get your move to this area off on the right foot you should give yourself lots of time to take care of packing all of your personal belongings. Delicate items like glass vases should be packed carefully. For example, wrapping any delicate items like this should be wrapped in newspaper, or, some bubble wrap which is even better. This will reduce the risk of the item(s) shattering during your move. The same goes for picture frames, and electronic devices. Curtains and clothing should be packed into boxes. Sharp objects such as cutlery should also be wrapped in newspaper or bubble wrap as well. Now that you know about some handy advice about packing you should give London Removals a call on 020 8811 8918 to book your Bow man with a van. By talking to one of our friendly members of staff you can get a removal price quote and, if you require any additional information about storage units and, packing materials - just ask!.
Bow is situated in East London. It is a part of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets which is just east of Charring Cross. Originally, the area was referred to as Stratford. The name 'Bow' derives from the name Stratford-atte-Bow, named after a bridge that was built in the area during the 12th century. Bow has an interesting local history. 1177 is the earliest known recording of a community living in the area. Henry I's wife requested that a bridge with arches should be built in the area. This bridge was an innovation at the time because it allowed access over the River Lea. Bow also has a history of producing porcelain figurines. Bow China Works had a steady output of porcelain items up until 1770. In 1776, Bow China Works was shut down and re-opened in Derby. Today, Bow still has one of its local landmarks, St Mary's Church which is located on Bow Road in the area. There are sections of this church which were built in 1311. The base of the church's tower is thought to have been built in the 15th century. Poplar Town Hall was initially situated on Bow Road, close to where the areas DLR station now stands. Rebuilt during the 1920's Poplar Town Hall is still used to register new births in the area. Bow is recognised under the E3 postcode. Other areas like Mile End, Leyton, and Bromley-by-bow are within a close proximity to the Bow area itself. Local London underground stations are Bow Road and, Mile End.
Bow Church is the closest station on the Docklands Light Railway, so, Bow has a really great public transport service which comes in handy when it comes to travelling in and out of the area. This is an affordable area of East London when it comes to property. Homes in Bow range from houses and, mostly flats. Property here is popular largely due to the excellent public transport network that these homes are all close to. The Olympic Park which is close to the area is part of the rejuvenation of East London. Bow has an emerging, stable local economy but, there are hopes that the Olympic site will help to boost Bow's appeal in terms of future financial investments.
Book your move to the Bow area with London Removals. Call us on 020 8811 8918. We provide an affordable Bow moving service. Before you give us a call, do not forget to reserve a spot for your removal van. Information about parking in the Bow area can be found here.