When it comes to moving home, we usually think of all the jobs we have to do to actually relocate. Things like packing and lifting heavy boxes comes to mind but there is much more to do, and you even have to snider the search for the right home. You can’t just pick the first house you see because you have to check it has all the facilities you need and is applicable to your lifestyle. You also have to be aware of the surrounding area. There’s no point in moving into a home you like if the atmosphere, amenities, transport and so on is not to your liking. Man and Van is here to help you with every facet of your relocation, including providing information on the different areas of London, starting with the NW6 postcode region.
There are several larger postcode districts that make up the London region each with multiple subsections. These smaller areas increase the quality and accuracy of the postal service and make navigation and transportation easier. The North Western area has eleven of these subdivisions that includes NW1 to NW11. They cover parts for London from the centre in a line to the edge, covering several Boroughs along the way.
NW6 is the code used in Kilburn, Brondesbury, Queen’s Park, West Hampstead and parts of Swiss Cottage and South Hampstead. These are all within the Boroughs of Brent, Camden of Westminster. NW2, NW3, NW8, NW10, NW11, and Western divisions W9 and W10 are all close by to NW6 and contain such places as Neasden, Hampstead, St. John’s Wood, Hornsey, Kensal Green, Golders Green, North Kensington, Maida Vale, among others.
Kilburn is a bustling and diverse parts of London with the largest Irish community in the area, along with a large Afro-Caribbean population. Kilburn High Road is the most prominent part of the area, and Gaumont State Cinema, The Tricycle Theatre and St. Augustine’s Church are the major landmarks. There are many regular bus and train services and several sport teams representing the town.
Queen’s Park features a wide assortment of buildings in different architectural styles and the contains many converted flats. In recent years many buildings have been converted into flats. It is also a diverse place and features numerous places of worship for different religions. There is a large number of shops, restaurants and pubs, notably Worldly Wicked and the Organic Café, as well as the Farmers’ Market making it an excellent places to enjoy yourself. The park of the a same name is what Queen’s Park is best known for. It hosts regular events and attracts people from all over the country.
West Hampstead is close to the Metropolitan line, so it is easy to travel in and out of the area, making this a perfect place to live for commuters. Despite this is maintains a village like atmosphere. There is a good variety of bars and restaurants, as well as cafes, bakeries and shops.
To find out more how Man and Van can help you just give us a call now on 020 3743 9354. We can take care of every job to make your move a success such as packing, item handling, transportation and vehicles, storage and much more. When you get in touch we can offer a gratis quote with no commitment and advise you on booking parking with Brent, Westminster and/or Camden Councils. We can even just give you advise and answer any questions you may have. We are dedicated to helping you move into the NW6 area so get in touch today to find out for yourself.