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Are you about to move and wondering whether or not it is worth hiring a SE18 removal company?. Moving is stressful and during this time there is a lot of planning that has to be made so to actually let someone help you is a very good idea. London Removals will do everything for you like planning together with you how many boxes you will need and what supplies need to be used on the day of, packing, what things you won’t need, what things can you donate or storage?. One tips – no matter whether you decide to go with us or not – is to start organizing the packing many weeks in advance and make sure that you clear out everything that you won’t need for the big day. To do it all by yourself; packing, buying supplies like boxes and cover, hire a van, transport, get a baby sitter, load everything in and out and out and in. All this will be extremely hard on you, especially since moving is a stressful time from the start. You are moving houses, for a couple of hours you will be basically homeless. London Removals will make your moving day easier. Just call us on 020 8811 8918 right away and let us give you a free quote and some information about our services. We will also be interested in hearing some of your plans as well so that we can organize together with you what you can do yourself and what you want help with. We want as much planning as we can finish before actual moving day so that everything will go by fast. Before you know it, you will be settled in your new home.
SE is the postcode district area of the South Eastern part of London and is called the London SE postcode area and covers only parts of the south eastern London and correlates to the London Borough of Lewisham, the London Borough of Southwark and the Royal Borough of Greenwich and smaller parts of the London Borough of Bexley and Bromley plus some of the eastern part of London Borough of Lambeth. The SE districts originated in 1857 and in 1868 gained some of the area of the S district while the rest went to the postcode area of SW. In 1917 it was divided into numbered districts where the districts that was closest to London the number 1 and the next closest the number 2 and so on.
SE18 is the postcode of Woolwich District and covers Shooter’s Hill, Plumtead and Woolwich. It is part of the London Borough of Greenwich on the south bank of Thames. It is likely that the name derived from Anglo-Saxons and means “trading place for wool and has been inhabited since the Iron Age. SE18 was home to The Royal Military Academy in Woolwich from 1741 until the Second World War. The Woolwich Academy was pooled with Sandhurst and in 1947 the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst reopened. In 1886 the Royal Arsenal (current Arsenal FC in Woolwich) was founded. The club took its name from the large military installations, Royal Arsenal, which was previously located here. Arsenal FC moved to the London Borough of Islington in 1913. Woolwich have a ferry service across the River Thames and a long pedestrian underground tunnel that leads to North Woolwich. In 1889 Woolwich became part of London by the formation of the London County Council.
Please do make sure that you check out the parking regulations in your area for the moving van for the day. Do it on the borough website.