If you have London in mind for your move then you'll already be aware of the excitement and new opportunities that await you. You know that there will be many things to do and see, lots of new people to meet and more. So if you all raring to go you shouldn't waste time and become needlessly stressed over your move. This can be achieved by getting in touch with Man and Van. We are an expert removal firm who can handle everything for you so all you would have to do is relax and enjoy yourself. Moving home involves a lot of work and planning but we can take care of all of it.
Just give us a ring on 020 3743 9354 and we can immediately start to make everything easier. We'll answer any questions you have about moving home and ease any anxieties you might have about doing so. We will assist you by giving you tips and advice that can make the whole process simpler. Next we can give you full information on all of our services and when you think you know what you want we'll offer a free, quote that we are sure will leave you happy as it spotlights our fantastic prices.
With all this sorted all that's left to be done is have parking space booked. If you're moving in or around the CB1 area you will have to contact Cambridge City Council. This will allow us to have our team remain outside both your new and old homes while we work. First, we will organise and pack all of your goods, as well as remove large furniture and appliances then have everything moved onto our vehicles. Everything will arrive at your new address intact and on time so we can begin to unload it and have everything arranged in your new home. Storage space is available if necessary.
Knowing that the move won't be a problem you can concentrate on your new home. There are plenty of places worth considering in London but you don't want to miss out of the Cambridge, or CB, postcode area. It is responsible for the Cambridge, Ely, Haverhill, Newmarket and Saffron Walden areas and currently consists off twenty-five subdivisions, ranging from CB1 to CB25 and cover a wide variety of places. These sub-areas where created over time, beginning in1917 with the latest being introduced in 2006, and where established in order to improve postal delivery and navigation, as well as allow for street signs to include more precise information. CB1 itself is responsible for the central and south sections of Cambridge as well as parts of Teversham.
The house prices in CB1 are around some of the cheapest in London. Single bedroom flats start at around £125,700 then go up to £244,700 for two bedrooms and then increase to around £371,000. Similarly, a one bedroom house will cost you approximately £150,000 and go up to £292,000 and £811,100 for three and six bedrooms respectively. A studio flat in the region costs roughly £180,800.
The Cambridge area is mostly known for it's University but it is much more than that. The central, or historic, district is home to collages and churches but also includes modern shops and numerous sites for student accommodation. There are also modern homes, Tudor houses, flats and terraces available though. There are also many pubs, restaurants, leisure centres, parks, gardens, woodland and more here. Regular markets and events are held here and a bountiful selection of museums which will guarantee you'll never be bored when you move to a new home in CB1.