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There are two ways to go through your HP1 move and that is either successfully or negatively. A bad removals company means that you may experience problems and stress along the way, whereas a good team will do the job efficiently and effectively without needing to bother you at all. Man and Van has earned itself an excellent reputation amongst its clients and is classed as a good HP1 removals team. Our company can provide you with a range of different type of convenient and professional moving services which will guarantee to relocate your belongings from A to B in no time at all and at a time and day to suit you!.

Bourne End, Boxmoor, Fields End, Gadebridge, Great Gaddesden, Nettleden, Piccotts End, Water End and Warner's End are all parts of Hertfordshire, England. Bourne End is a village in Hertfordshire and is located between Berkhamstead and Hemel Hempstead. Early references to the area were recorded in 1665 when the Great Plague broke out in Bourne End. There were also instances which occurred in 1914 when the First World War broke out in the area and yet again during the Suez Crisis in 1956. The village was once a focus point in the media during the year 1945, when an awful rail disaster happened and caused many fatalities as a result of a train being derailed.

Boxmoor is a district of Dacorum, which is in Hertfordshire, England. Boxmoor, or Boxmoor village as it is also known as, consist mainly of 19th century properties and meadowland. The village of Boxmoor was developed in the late 19th century after the year 1837, after the London and Birmingham Railway was forced. The village offered a nice, quiet country life for those who needed to commute to London on a regular basis. Boxmoor village became a popular residential area for the wealthier commuters who could afford to pay transport costs to commute to London for work, whilst living and enjoying the more rural life. It was because of the popularity towards the area that many Victorian styled properties were then built in the village close by to the railway station. One of the areas' most well known landmarks and buildings is the Boxmoor Hall, which was built in 1889 and has been used over the years as a magistrate’s court and as an arts centre. The hall became privately owned in 2007 and began being used as performing arts centre and is now also licensed to host gatherings and parties for special occasions.

Nettleden is a village in Hertfordshire and is a civil parish in the Dacorum district. At the time when Nettleden became a civil parish, the hamlet of St. Margaret’s was a part of Nettleden. During the Second World War the St. Magaret’s Camp was used as a senior boys school for evacuees, which was ran by the London County Council. After the war ended in 1945, the school closed just a week after the end of the Second World War, as all of the boys from the school returned home to their homes in London. It is now used as an Amaravati Buddhist Monastery and has been since 1984. The village is set in a very attractive and picturesque location.

Make sure that you choose the right HP1 team to move you to your new home or office because choosing the right company will save you so much time, energy and money in the long run. To ensure that you make the right decision of hiring a reputable company, we recommend that you book a HP1 relocation with Man and Van now by calling us up on 020 3743 9354. Before we come to relocate you and your personal items, you will need to ensure that you have reserved a parking space in your area by contacting the Dacorum Borough Council who will take care of this for you. For more information and contact details, visit their website today.