Life is all about change. Everyday some part of our life transforms as we learn and do new things, reorganise our belongings, alter our schedules, adjust how we look and so on. Nothing is ever static and so change should be welcomed from the smallest to the largest aspects. One of the biggest, scariest and yet most exciting changes we can make is to relocate to a new home or office. It can be a considerable risk, as we take a gamble by putting in a lot of time and effort in order to revitalise our lives. We want to embrace change but a move can be difficult, so what is the answer?
Man and Van is a top removal firm who can help you with all your moving needs in the North London area. We have a wide variety of services and a team of hardworking staff who can eliminate all the risk involved and have you on the path to a new home or office. Whatever aspect you want support in we can take care of it, whether you want us to help with packing, loading, transporting or even setting up your belongings in your new home. What’s more is we can provide secure storage facilities to temporarily hold onto your goods. If you’re interested be sure to call us on 020 3743 9354 and we can give you a free, no-obligation assessment and you’ll discover how our fairly priced services can help you.
North London and South London are separated by the River Thames, the largest river entirely in England. Despite London being split into two, nearly two thirds of the entire region are part of the northern boundary. The north is home to the more historic parts of the region, mainly the City of London, the East End and the West End and also includes the bulk of the London Underground. There are over 4,700,000 people and counting making up the population of North London making it one of the busiest and most vibrant places in the UK.
In all, there are many parts that make up North London. Apart from those mentioned, it includes Westminster, Tower Hamlets, Camden, Barnet, Enfield, Hackney, Redbridge, Newham, Islington, Barking & Dagenham, Brent, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham, Haringey, Harrow, Havering, Hillingdon, Hounslow, Kensington & Chelsea and Waltham Forrest. All of the boroughs were designated as being a part of either Inner or Outer London in 1965. The London Borough of Richmond upon Thames is actually on north sides of the Thames but is designated as a part of South London.
For an area as big as North London, it contains many postcodes, including: N1, N2, N3, N4, N5, N5, N6, N7, N8, N9, N10, N11, N12, N13, N14, N15, N16, N17, N18, N19, N20, and N21. The housing in these areas differs and so you can use them as a guide to find your ideal home that falls in your price range. The most inexpensive homes are found in N11 to N13 areas with the Tottenham, Whetstone and Edmonton houses costing more. If you want to treat yourself the homes in Stoke Newington, Holloway, Southgate, Finchley and Highgate are for you. If you really want to put you hard earned cash to good use then you should consider a home in Islington, Finsbury Park, Crouch End, Totteridge or Muswell Hill.
North London is host to a wide range of things to see and to do. As mentioned the area contains the three entertainment capitals of the region: the City of London, the West End and the East End. The most famous places in the city are of course The Tower of London, the Bank of England, the Old Bailey, Smithfield Market and the Lloyd’s Building. There are many impressive skyscrapers such as Tower 42, 30 St Mary Axe a.a The Gherkin and the Heron Tower. Also within the City alone there is the Monument to the Great Fire of London, St Paul’s Cathedral which is the second largest church building in the UK, the Guildhall, the Royal Exchange which is the city’s centre of commerce, and Dr Johnson’s House which was the birthplace of celebrated author and creator of the first dictionary Samuel Johnson. There are many churches that were designed by the late, highly acclaimed architect Sir Christopher Wren. The historic Roman site the Roman Wall is also worth look.
The West End is home to many art galleries, museums, embassies, company headquarters, hotels, media organizations, theatres, shops, cinemas, bars and restaurants.
If you’re here at the turn of the year, make sure to see the annual New Year’s Day Parade. Theatreland is the informal name given to the theatre district. Many long running shows are seen here such as Les Misérables, The Phantom of the Opera, Cats, Chicago, Mamma Mia!., Disney’s The Lion King, Jesus Christ Superstar, Evita, Oliver and more, including many new shows releasing regularly.
The East End has a long and interesting history but today is a lively place, home to many art galleries such as White Cube and Whitechapel Gallery and museums including Island History Trust and Museum of London Docklands. Many urban development projects have created many new houses in the area and have many transport links. The locale known as Bangla Town is home to many Bangladeshi people and has grown throughout time. The East End also hosts the 2012 Summer Olympics and 2012 Paralympic games.
So if you want to move in or about North London give Man and Van a call now. We are ready to give you advice and tips on your move but we would love nothing more than to get fully involved. Whatever step of your move you are up to we can help, whether you just want some assistance finishing off or you want us with you for the whole process we can accommodate you. Our skilled and experienced staff is waiting to help you make that next big change in your life, so what are you waiting for?