London is a vast area with many excellent places to live. The problem with this is that it can be difficult to decide where you should move to. Each place has its own features and charms that it can seem impossible to pick the best place for you. Whatever your interests - whether it’s art, theatre, music, sport, nature or history there’s a place for you. You shouldn’t look at this as a chore however, but instead as an exciting opportunity. Revel in it, and take pleasure in knowing that then you finally choose a location it will be your dream home.
However, what is a chore and is difficult to put a positive spin on it is the actual moving process. You have to acquire packing materials and containers and then use them to get all your goods ready for transport. Before you can even start emptying your house you have to have vehicles ready and they have to have the proper parking permits
sorted. Afterwards you have to lug everything out of your old home onto the lorries and it’s not just the things you’ve put in boxes either. It’s all of your large furniture and appliances that are not only difficult to carry, complicated to get out of the building but also potentially dangerous to lift. Once everything is loaded and taken to your new home you have to do everything all over again in reverse.
All of this can easily destroy the enthusiasm you had for moving but it shouldn’t because Man and Van is here to help. Our dedicated and highly skilled team can do all these tasks and more and have them done within a few days. With our help you’ll be in your new home in no time so call now on 020 3743 9354 for a free, no commitment quote that will be at a price you can afford
Shoreditch is located within Central London and is a part of the Borough of Hackney. It is north of the City of London and east-northeast of Charing Cross. Ever since 1965 the area has become increasingly popular and one of the most desired places to live in London. It was formerly a working class area but many technology companies have set up here in the past several years, in the area dubbed Silicon Roundabout. Many older industrial buildings have been converted to everything from flats, offices, and pubs.
Earlier in its history Shoreditch was an external suburb centred around Shoreditch Church. Shoreditch High Street and Kingsland Road originate from the Roman Ermine Street. The church dates back to 1740 and is the resting place of many Tudor actors. The first playhouse in England, known as The Theatre was erected in 1576 with the nearby Curtain Theatre opening shortly afterwards. They were both sites of Shakespeare’s plays. The Theatre was eventually moved and the Curtain was closed. In the 17th Century wealthy merchants and traders moved to the area and created a textile industry and by the 18th century the furniture business had taken off here, but they would both enter decline. During the Victorian era many musical halls were established and were very popular.
There have been many notable people to live in Shoreditch but none as much as William Shakespeare who wrote and performed plays here. Other residents include comedienne and actress Barbara Windsor, singer Matt Monro, artist Damien Hirst, as well as many Elizabethan actors.
So if Shoreditch is the area of London you wish to live get in touch with Man and Van and we’ll take you home.