Even if you decide that you want to live within London you still will have to narrow it down to a more specific area. The London region is vast and so picking one place to start the next chapter of your life can be difficult. Postcode districts can be used to break up the region into manageable sections, but there are eight central districts alone so you will have to do your research to find the one that's right for you.
The North Western (NW) region is one of the original central postcode areas created in 1856. It encompasses the North West of London, beginning at the centre advancing further north-west, and includes the Boroughs of Camden, Westminster, Barnet, Brent, Islington and Harrow. Like all London postcode districts it was broken into multiple subdivisions from 1917 in order to improve mail delivery and to make navigation easier and more accurate, especially when the new codes were printed on street signs. There are presently twelve of these areas in NW, ranging from NW1 to NW11, as well as non-geographic postcode NW26 located within NW1 that is used for direct marketing and PO boxes by businesses rather then being used for a specific area.
The NW9 code is used for the Hyde district which includes The Hyde, Colindale, Kingsbury and parts of West Hendon and Queensbury. All of these fall with the Boroughs of Barnet, Brent or Harrow but share the postal town address of LONDON. NW9 is on the edge of the main London area and is bordered by NW2, NW4, NW7, NW10 and the Middlesex region. This means that Cricklewood, Hendon, Highwood Hill, Kensal Green, Enfield, Harrow, Wembley and more are near by.
It's outskirt location means that house prices are quite low. Flats range from £181,300 to £277,400 for one and four rooms. Houses start at approximately £194,200 for a single room, increasing to around £339,300 for three rooms and £732,100 for six bedrooms. Studio flats go for roughly £146,200. Many important institutions here including the British Library newspaper reserve, the Health Protection Agency Centre for Infections, the Royal Air Force Museum, the Peel Centre and Barnet College. There are retailers, restaurants, pubs, leisure facilities, open spaces and more scattered throughout the area. Some notable residents from NW9 include musicians Charlie Watts, James Hanratty, Courtney Pine, Chris Squire, Tony Kanal, Mutya Buena, Julie Rodgers, Shirley Eaton, and George Michael, as well as sportsmen Stuart Pearce and Mike Gatting.
While it can be tough to find where you want to live, moving there shouldn't be an issue when you recruit Man and Van. As a top removal firm we will be able to handle all of the jobs necessary to make you move swift, safe and successful. Call us now on 020 3743 9354 and we'll be able to help you immediately by answering any questions you have, giving you useful advice to make the process easier and tell you all about our services
. When you settled on what we can do for you we will provide a free, no commitment quote.
All you will have to do is have parking space arranged with Barnet
councils so our skilled team can be at your door ready to get to work. We will handle all of your packing (using wrapping and containers we will provide), large furniture and appliance removal, transport, storage solutions and more. When your belongings arrive at your new address we will do everything in reverse so that within a few days you will be ready to start your new life in a new NW9 home.