If you're looking to move in or around London then you should get in touch with Man and Van. As a top removal firm we will be able to make your transition easy and swift. If you still haven't decided where you are moving to then you should take a glance at the E, or Eastern, postcode area. It was one of the original postcode regions created in 1858 but merged with parts of NE (North-Eastern) area in 1866. Like all postcode areas in London is was sorted into multiple subdivisions from 1917 onwards in order to allow for improved geographical navigation, expanding the amount of information on street signs and making mail delivery easier and more accurate.
Currently there are twenty-three subdivisions here ranging from E1 to E20 as well as E1W, E77 and E98. The latter two are non-geographic postcodes that are used by businesses such as NatWest and News International for PO Boxes and direct marketing. The Boroughs included in this area are City of London, Waltham Forrest, Tower Hamlets, Newham, Enfield, Hackney, Barking & Dagenham, Redbridge and Epping Forest in Essex and Hackney. Whitechapel Road is the location for the postal office in this region.
E10 is responsible for the Leyton district and covers Leyton, Temple Mills, Walthamstow Marshes and parts of Hackney Marshes and Upper Clapton which are all in the Boroughs of Waltham Forest or Hackney. The post town address, like all of the E area, is LONDON. The area is bordered by the E5, E9, E11, E15 and E17 postcode regions meaning that Clapton Park, Victoria Park, Leytonstone, West Ham and Walthamstow are nearby. The house prices here are among some of the cheapest in or around London. A one bedroom flat goes for around £158,000, increasing to £188,000 and £203,000 for two and three bedrooms respectively. Houses range from £167,000 to £275,000 then to £422,000 for single bedroom, to three bedrooms and then to six.
The area is home to many things to do and to see and is one of the most diverse places in all of London, with large percentages of people with different national and religious backgrounds. There are various shopping centres and stores as well as markets. Open spaces are abundant represented mostly but the Walthamstow Marshes which feature a variety of wildlife as well as waterfront parks. There are several notable faith buildings including the Church of the Good Shepherd with it's gothic style architecture and the Grade II listed building the New Synagogue, which fuses Georgiana and Edwardian design. Another notable landmark is the two-hundred acre estate Brooke House. Sport is a major part of the area with many facilities especially for football, with Leyton Orient F. and Leyton F. based here, but cricket is also represented by Essex County Cricket Club, Lee Valley Ice Centre is the home to Lee Valley Lions Hockey Club. The area also hosted various events for the 2012 Summer Olympic Games.
By now you must be eager to move here so that is why you should give us a call on 020 3743 9354
. We will start to help you immediately and once you've steeled on which of our services you require we'll give you a free quote. Get in touch with Newham
and/or Barking & Dagenham
councils to book parking space and our skilled team can be at your door to take care of all your packing, large furniture and appliances removal, transportation, storage solutions and more. Your whole move could be tackled within a few days so don't delay to get in touch with Man and Van for all your moving needs.