When it comes down to it, we want everything in life to be swift, safe, simple and simple. This can take a lot of hard work and luck to achieve for many tasks but when you're moving home it can be guaranteed. To obtain this all you have to do is get in touch with Man and Van now. One phone call to us on 020 3743 9354 will make things instantly easier because we will give you helpful advice and answer any questions. We can also tell you about all these services we do and if you're unsure about the cost we can dispel any doubts immediately by providing a free, no obligation assessment that will show up our great prices.
Before we can get started on your actual move, parking space needs to be booked with the appropriate councils (with it being Brent, Harrow and/or Barnet for the HA8 area). This will allow our vehicles remain outside of both of your home while we work. We will supply you with all the containers and wrapping you could need to pack your goods and we will take extra care when removing large furniture and appliances and placing them onto our range of vehicles. When your belongings arrive at your new abode we will unload and unpack them, and move them to whoever you want them within your new home. We also have secure storage facilities available if you require them.
Now that you know your move will be taken care of, you can concentrate on getting to know the Harrow (H) Postcode district better. It is situated in the north-east of the London region and covers the Borough of Harrow and parts of Hillingdon, the western part of Brent and parts of Barnet and Three Rivers. The main sorting office for mail is located within Greenford. Every postcode in London has been developed from it's origins and the H district was no exception. Since 1917 each postcode area has been broken up into smaller subdivisions that has made mail delivery, travel and navigation easier, as well as improved street signs. There are ten of these areas here, spanning HA0 to HA9.
The HA8 section encompasses Edgware, Canon's Park and Queensbury, all of which fall into the Boroughs of Barnet, Brent or Harrow but all share the post town address of EDGWARE. Houses prices here are about average with the rest of the London region. Nearby places include Burnt Oak, Kenton, Wealdstone and Stanmore. Flats span between about £191,000 to £334,000 for one to three bedrooms and studio apartments cost roughly £201,000. Houses start at approximately £288,000 for a single bedroom and increase for each additional bedroom with the maximum being six at around £832,000.
There is a good mix of urban, suburban and rural land in the area, meaning that there is something for everyone. It is diverse area, and there is a substantial Jewish population with its own Eruv. Canon's Park is a Grade II listed historic landscape that itself contains several listed buildings. There is a garden here that reflects 1930s design and a pool, a terrace and a fountain. The St. Lawrence Whitchurch is an old church located here that is noted for it's design and the Chandnos Mausoleum is nearby. Queensbury Tube station is well known is surrounded by a parade of shops, houses and a public green but the main shopping locale here is the Broadway centre. The Silk Stream runs through the area.
If HA8 sounds like a place you'd like to live get in touch with Man and Van now and we'll take you home.