When moving home you will face many challenges from sorting your belongings, procuring necessary item, arranging parking and vehicles and more. This can be a long and arduous process but with the help of Man and Van you will be guaranteed a swift and successful move. All you have to do is phone us on 020 3743 9354 and we’ll be able to make things easier instantly by giving you advice and answering any questions you may have. If you are unsure about anything let us know and we will do everything can to assist you.
We can also let you know about all the services we provide. We can tackle everything including packing, in which we will use various wrapping and containers to insure that your goods remain safe. Then we will carefully remove everything from your home, including large appliances and furniture, which then we be loaded onto our range of vehicles. We will have everything taken to where you need it on time and we can even transport your items to a secure and local storage facility. Our skilled team will apply all of their knowledge, skill and experience to make sure this is all done correctly. If you are unsure of the price then don’t hesitate to request a free quote over the phone, that will have no commitment attached. If you choose to recruit us make sure you arrange the proper parking with Camden and/or Westminster Councils.
We try to go the extra mile for you and that is why we give you all the information you could need on each area of London, including the NW1 postcode area. It is one of the eleven such sections that make up the larger North Western district. These codes range from NW1 to NW11 and since their introduction they have enhanced the quality of mail delivery, transport, navigation and more. These codes cover an area that starts near Central London then move north-west towards the Harrow district. There are two additional postcodes here; NW1W and NW26 that are non-geographic.
The North Western head district is what uses the NW1 code, and contains Somers Town, Regent’s Park, Euston, Camden Town and parts of Primrose Hill, Marylebone, Gospel Oak and Lisson Grove. These are within the Boroughs of Camden or Westminster. NW1 is borders the Western Central area, as well as NW3, NW5, NW8, Western areas W1 and W2, and Northern sections N1 and N7. This all means that places such as Covent Gardens, Strand, Hampstead, Kentish Town, Mayfair, Soho, Paddington, Islington and Holloway are all close by. House prices here can go for around £501,000 to £4,890,000, for one to five bedrooms, unsurprising for a central location. Flats span between £481,000 to £2,464,000 also for one to five bedrooms. The highest prices streets here are Park Square East and Cambridge Gate.
Euston acts as an important road, forming part of the A501.It contains several examples of notable architecture such as King’s Cross and St. Pancras stations, the Shaw Theatre, the new University College Hospital the British library and Euston Tower. Major redevelopment is being planned and undertaken. Regent’s Park is one of Royal Parks of London and includes such places as Regent’s College and London Zoo. Sport play an important role here with facilities for many different games. It is also noted for it’s terraces and villas. Camden Town is popular for it’s markets, music venues and it’s association with alternative culture. Many famous writers lived in Somers Town.
So if any of these places sound like the right home for you get int ouch with Man and Van today.