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Sometimes it’s good to be spontaneous – it can bring an element of surprise and a feeling of joy to many situations. But being spontaneous is not always a great idea, especially when a lot of details need to fall into place and work together. Take, for example, a home or office move. You won’t move from one flat to another or to a new house or a new office space on a whim, do you? So don’t go about the removal process without some forethought either. When moving, it is important to consider the neighbourhood around you, your finances, the commute, how far the children’s schools are, whether you will have access to good transport and more. Once you have taken all of those things into consideration and decided to move, don’t go at it haphazardly and hurriedly.

Take some advice from the experts at London Removals. We know moving. It’s what we do, every day, all day long. Having a plan and giving yourself enough time to realistically implement it is like doing yourself a favour, or giving yourself the gift of time and organisation. A moving plan can be many things. You can include lists, place important tasks on a calendar and even include the ideal arrangement of your furniture in the new place. In fact, this last one is quite helpful if you are hiring movers or having friends help you unload the van; they’ll know where to put everything without asking you about each item. Just make sure everyone has a copy of the same plan.

Your moving plan could include any of our helpful North London removal services as well. By fitting us into your plan, you’ll be ensuring speed, safety, security, and affordability for your home or office removal North London. Choose from among our great man and van service, packing and unpacking, moving supplies, storage, transport and more. To find out how we can become a part of your moving plan, call us on 020 8811 8918. A great way to start planning is to view our helpful removal checklist, but even if you are making your own, it’s important that you take some time before getting started to formulate a strategy. Another great tip is to ask friends and family members who have moved recently what they wish they had done differently so you can learn from their mistakes.

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Depending on the map you are consulting or the definition you’ve found, North London is either the area that includes the London Boroughs of Haringey, Enfield, and Barnet, or a much larger part of Greater London. The London Plan’s most recent version (since 2011) classifies North London as these three boroughs, but the Northern postcode area, for instance, covers parts of Islington, Westminster, Hackney and Camden as well. The larger version of North London was part of the London Plan from 2008 to 2011 and was home to 1.7 million people and 1.5 million jobs. Even though its boundaries may have shrunk, many people consider North London to be anywhere outside the City of London between the NW and W postcode areas, extending to the outer edge of Greater London.


North London is not known for its affordable housing, although there are some areas where you can find flats and houses which are considered “budget” by flatshare websites, particularly the neighbourhoods in the N11 and N13 postcode district. Edmonton and Tottenham in the region’s eastern section are also less pricey than some of the neighbouring areas, such as Notting Hill, Muswell Hill, Highgate and Totteridge. Much of this part of London is suburban, but close enough to the city centre to be an easy commute for those working downtown. The area’s new boundaries, according to the London Plan actually make North London a more affordable place to live, on average, because they leave out Islington and Camden, which are two boroughs with traditionally higher housing prices.

Many people are attracted to North London for the open spaces and housing options. Hampstead Heath is one of Londoners’ favourite parks, which offers a great view of the city skyline from Parliament Hill. It’s also where you’ll find Finsbury Park and the popular Brice Castle Museum in Haringey. If you have little ones, there are a number of places to take them for an interactive nature experience, such as the Kentish Town City Farm and Belmont’s Children’s Farm. If you are a football fan, take a tour of Arsenal Emirates Stadium or do the Lord’s Tour and Museum if you prefer cricket. There are also a number of small museums, such as the Barnet Museum, Bushey Museum and Art Gallery and the Royal Air Force Museum.


Whether you are downsizing to a smaller home or upsizing to a larger flat in North London, your removal needs will be our top priority when you hire us as your North London moving company. We can help you arrange storage, transport and everything in between, so there’s no need to worry about how you will get it all done. Our rates are competitive and our customer service is the best you’ll find in the business. There are a few important things to add to tyour moving plan before you get started. Once you know your moving date, contact your local council to reserve a spot for the moving van or lorry to park. And remember that the movers will need some space at the back of the vehicle for unloading, too. Your council website is the place to begin looking for information. Another important task that many people forget is to pack an essentials box, full of items that you will need to have on hand every day leading up to the move. Consider including things like mobile charges, a small toolkit, aspirin, and tea bags, as well as a change of clothes in this important box. We’ve got more great tips than you can imagine, so call London Removals on 020 8811 8918 to get started now!.

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