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Furniture Removals for the Residents of NW6

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Picture the situation. You have signed off on your new house, you are ready to move in and all you have to do is get your furniture from one place to the other. The only problem is that you did not realise how much furniture you have: Beds; wardrobes; chests of draws; sofas; kitchen table and chairs. Before you find yourself sitting on the floor head cupped in hands thinking, “I’ve left it too late”, get in touch with London Removals, the most affordable removals company in NW6. If you call us with plenty of time to spare and book our services for the day then you can keep your hands away from your head. We offer an invaluable service that negates the disposition to panic, that seems innate (and understandable) in most people. We can transport your worldly possessions from one abode to the other without you ever needing to worry about the practicalities and logistics of the operation. You’ve had enough on your residential plate as it is, you do not need more and this is why we are the company for you.

The NW postcode area is a group of districts that can be found in the northwest of London. NW6, specifically, consists of Kilburn, Brondesbury, Queen’s Park, West Hampstead, Swiss Cottage and South Hampstead.


Kilburn is actually divided amongst three London Boroughs: Brent; Camden and Westminster. The main road that runs through the area can be dated back to Pre-Roman times and is part of the Roman road named Watling Street. The town of Kilburn itself finds its heritage coming from a priory that was built in the area around about the 12th century. Now however, it is a truly multi-cultural district.  Because it is such a hub it was designated by the London Plan as one of London’s thirty-five major centres. Kilburn High Road is the main thoroughfare through the area and as such there are three train stations on the main road: Kilburn tube station; Brondesbury station and Kilburn High Road Station, all of which are in walking distance of each other.


The area of Queen’s Park lies between Kilburn and Kensal Green and has seen much development since the late 19th century. As you can guess, it was built to honour Queen Victoria and the open space that was also opened around the same time, in the same area, has the same name.


It is this open space that is the main point of interest in the area. It is fairly large for an inner city park as it is 30 acres and is the birthplace of the football team Queen’s Park Rangers.


West Hampstead, until the late 19th century, was a small village named West End. As with much of modern Britain, contemporary West Hampstead developed due to the introduction of the railway to the area. The area itself is a popular leisure spot for Londoners as it has good access to transport (especially trains) and is full of vibrant bars and restaurants. Although it boasts a vibrant night life, it is unique in that during the day it espouses the aura of a village. This is due to its bakeries, cafes and small shops.

A company such as ours is steeped in experience when it comes to the business of assisting residents move home. For people residing in NW6, this is a inordinately large chance to cut off any anxiety later down the road by calling us on 020 8811 8918 in order to hire our skills. We can help make your moving day one hundred per cent less anxiety inducing by taking the load of you and by looking after your movables.  Click here to reserve a parking spot for our vehicle if you live in Camden, and here if you live in Westminster.


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