If you’re looking for a new home then you’ve come to the right place. Man and Van can help make you move simple and pleasant by tackling all the difficult jobs, as well as giving you the advice and information that you need. Call us now on 020 3743 9354 and we will be able to assist you by answering any questions you may have and giving you tips on how to make things easier
. If you have any worries we can put them to rest using all of our knowledge and experience. If it’s the cost of a removals service that you are concerned about, we can offer a free no commitment quote over the phone that will ease your concerns as we list our exceptional prices.
It’s important that the proper parking permits have been acquired that will allow our vehicles to remain stationed outside both your new and old homes while our skilled team get to work. This can be done on the website for Hackney Council
when moving in, out or around the N16 area. Once this has been sorted we will get to work by handling all of your packing, in which we will supply wrapping and containers, then we will remove all of your items, including furniture and large appliances with care. They will be loaded onto our range of vehicles that will take them to your new abode or a local storage facility where we can hold onto your possessions for as long as you need. When your belongings arrive at your new home they will be gently placed inside and set up for you.
You shouldn’t take the plunge into the N16 area until you know more about it. It is one of the twenty-two sectors that comprise of the Northern postcode district of London that includes the codes N1 to N22.This multitude of codes allowed for improvements to be made to many services including mail delivery, as well as making it easy to find locations when travelling.
N16 covers areas in the Borough of Hackney, including Stoke Newington and Shacklewell, as well as parts of Stamford Hill, Dalston and Newington. These areas utilise LONDON as it’s post town for addresses. N16 is close to the other postcode areas of N1, N4, N5, N15 and Eastern areas E5 and E8. These places include Islington, Barnsbury, Manor House, Highbury, Seven Sisters, Clapton and Hackney. The price of homes in N16 has risen in recent months with them now costing from approximately £162,000 to £996,000 for one to five bedrooms, so they are still cheaper than most home sin London. Flats have remained constantly steady over the years, with them currently starting at £250,000 for a single bedroom and increasing up to £705,000 for five. Gilda Crescent, Allerton Road and Statham Grove are among the priciest living areas here.
Stoke Newington is known for it‘s many reservoirs and for being one of the most diverse places in all of London with Asian, Turkish, Irish, Afro-Caribbean Jewish communities existing for many years, with many immigrants now coming from Poland and Somalia in recent years. There has been major development over the past ten years, mostly around Church Street, with new pubs, bars, restaurants, cafés and stores, both independent and chain, opening. There is a regular and active farmers market many schools and fine buildings. There is a strong music scene and an annual literary festival. Shacklewell is a small village that features the Arcola Theatre and the Lex Cinema.
So if you want to make either of these your new home, get in touch with Man and Van now.