When moving home there is lots of work to be done. You have to plan all the jobs you do and make sure you have the materials and then you have to book vehicles and parking and maybe even storage space. This is the boring part of a move that can be handled by Man and Van, and weíll talk more about it later. The fun part of a move is choosing you new home and we can also help you with that by giving you some info on the NW5 postcode area in London.
The North Western postcode district in London is one of the original areas that make up the London region. It is comprised of several different subsections that start near Central London and then move north-west towards the boundary of London. There are eleven postcode areas in total, NW1 to NW11 each containing different places and being part of various Boroughs. These eleven areas have been introduced since 1917 because they allow for improvements to mail delivery and can enhance navigation. NW1W and NW26 are other postcodes you may encounter here but they do not actually represent their own location because they are non-geographic.
NW10 is one of the largest sections on NW and contains all the places that make up the Willesden district, which includes Willesden itself, Harlesden, Kensal Green, Stone bride, Brent Park, Church End and parts of Neasden, Kilburn, Acton and Park Royal. These are all in the Borough of Brent. It is bordered by NW2, NW6, NW9, many areas from the Western district, and Harrow areas HA0 and HA0. This means that HW10 residents are close to Cricklewood, Ealing, Shepherds Bush, North Kensington and Wembley. The prices of homes and flats have remained steady over the years in HW10, with houses spanning between £334,000 to £1,248,000 for one to five bedrooms and flats starting at £232,000 for one bedroom and ending at £649,000 for five bedrooms. The highest value streets here are Alexander Avenue and Rowdon Avenue.
Willesden is best known for itís large Irish population and over recent years the area has been developed extensively making it an up and coming place to live. There is also a substantial amount of the population who have different national origins from places such as the Caribbean, India, Germany, China, Australia and more New Zealand. Itís strong transport links, which includes multiple tube and railway stations, as well as nearby motorways and frequent bus services. Londonís largest cycle club is located here.
Harlesden is another diverse place, with a prominent Caribbean community. Young professionals often choose here to live because of itís fine Victorian properties at lower prices. Buses are regular and there are several train and tube stations. Boxing is popular here with two former Olympic gold medallists hailing form the area. Kensal Green is the home of many young people with degrees and the highly regarded Kensal Green Cemetery. Stonebridge continues to be heavily developed and Brent park is the site of the Neasden Temple, which is the largest such building outside of India.
The boring parts of your move can be taken care of when you get in touch with Man and Van on 020 3743 9354
. We will give advice and inform you about all the services we can do for you such as packing, item removal and handling, transportation and vehicles, storage space and more. We can also provide a complimentary quote and help you book parking with Brent Council
. We can have everything completed within a few days so get in touch with us now.