There are many reason to move home and even more so to relocate to London. A different abode can provide exciting opportunities, the chance to meet new people and can improve on where you already reside. It can be a long and difficult process finding and moving to a new home, but Man and Van has you covered.
Call us now on 020 3743 9354
and we can instantly begin to make you move easier. Over the phone we can give you advice, answer your questions and give you information on the services we provide and what you will have to do and expect for your move. When moving in or around the E2 area itís important that the appropriate parking space has been arranged with Tower Hamlets
We can take care of everything that your move entails such as packing (in which we will offer wrapping and containers), furniture and large appliance removals, transportation and vehicles, storage space and more. Our skilled team can have everything taken from your old home and all set up in your new one within just a few days.
Now that you know that weíll take care of your move, you can spend the rest of your time learning about your new home. The E2 postcode area is a part of the larger Eastern postcode district. It is made up of nineteen other similar subdivision that range from E1 to E18 and also include E1W and E20. These areas exist as a way to improve mail delivery, street signs, travel, navigation and more. Two other postcodes exist here; E77 and E98, but they are not used for postal addresses because they are non-geographic. The E area is responsible for a section of the London region that includes several Boroughs such as Hackney, Tower Hamlets and some of the City of London. Itís sorting office is located in Paddington.
E2 covers a wide area that includes Bethnal Green, Haggerston, Cambridge Heath and parts of Shoreditch. There are in the Boroughs of Tower Hamlets or Hackney and for addresses they use the post town of LONDON. The area is right next to the centre of London, so nearby postcode districts include EC (Eastern Central), N1 (Northern), E1, E3, E8 and E9. These contain such places as The City of London, Islington, Barnsbury, Hackney, Homerton, Bow, Mile End and Whitechapel. House prices here have stabilised after recent growths and cost between roughly £558,000 and £1,576,000 for two to five bedrooms and flats start at around £282,000 and increase to £1,205,000 for one to four bedrooms. The prices here are unsurprising for a central location, with the most costly homes in Temple Street and Paradise Row.
Bethnal Green is known for its large population of people of Bangladeshi descent and so has an annual Baishakhi Mela and Bengali New Year festivals. Islam is the largest practiced faith here and four mosques cater to them, while several churches provide for the Christian community. There are many schools here and non-league team Bethnal Green play at the local Mile End Stadium. Transport is served by railway, tube and several bus services.
Haggerston suburban area that is popular with students and creative industry workers because of its proximity to Hoxton and Shoreditch. Itís population is made up of people of Vietnamese, Russian Cambodian and Laotian descent, each with corresponding amenities. Notable sites include Regents Canal, Grade II listed Haggerston pool and Haggerston School. Shoreditch has been dubbed Silicon Valley because of its many technology companies.
So wherever in E2 you decide to move, know that Man and Van has got you covered.