How to Move Your Business to the W1 AreaSome postcodes of the British capital cover small parts, even too small to have their own code with few interesting landmarks in them, but the area that stands beside W1 is one of the most interesting and full of sights regions of the capital. It includes mostly the central part of the town and a small piece of West London, though someone will judge from the abbreviation that it is rather connected with the west end. Districts like Soho, Soho Square and Chinatown will catch anyone’s attention and there are most things that can be visited and seen there as well.           Another districts included inside the borders of the above mentioned postcodes are areas like Regent and Oxford Street, Piccadilly, Royal Academy and Fitzrovia, so it is not hard to see that it will be complicated to decide where to start from with the review.           The Soho Square is remarkable spot in this part of central and west London, which is hosting several broadcasting headquarters, like the 20th Century Fox, Dolby Europe Ltd and Deluxe Entertainment. The St Patrick’s Church is the biggest sight in the area. Being a large Roman Catholic Parish, the complex is also a place where catacombs could be seen in the past. Because it is very old construction from February 2010 till May 2011 it was closed for renovations. If you are looking for a residential area, where you can find anything which will make your life there more comfortable and easy, it should be the neighborhood of Fitzrovia that you have to be moving to. Ii is a mixture of every institution available – there are good places for medical care, for education, business and living.           When you have already decided to take the step and make a change, you have to know that the rush is the last thing that should guide you in this moment. Take things slowly and leave time for planning and thinking. Look for the help of the removal company, because you will not be able to manage alone.           If you hire a professional firm, the first thing they will advice you do to is to leave from six to three months for preparation. You will specify the period according to the dimensions of your business. By this time you should think about the packing and the relocation. Get the staff in engaged with the process of packing at all its stages. Especially for those of the people who are responsible for the archive. You do not have to go through each office and pack, even though you are the manager. Give them the schemes for the new office. Thus you will allow them to plan the things better and to be more organized. By showing the pictures of the new office, you will have your employees decide more rational what to take with them and what to leave behind. For example if the new building is planned with less windows or the working places will be from the box type, your people will probably have no need to bring the flowers from their old office, because there will be no proper place for them.           While you are planning the budget, you have to plan extra costs. Add twenty percent over the total sum of money, because the only thing that is sure about the moving is that there will be force major situations, which no one can predict. If you do that you will be able to face all surprises and will not be worried to pay for them. Do not go cheap. It will cost you more at the end.