When it comes to your HP10 move, you know that in order to have a positive experience without any troubles you will need to hire a professional team of movers for the job. Despite what you think, relocating doesn’t have to cause you huge amounts of stress, especially if you make the smart choice of hiring Man and Van to undertake your HP10 relocation. Our company can manage any type of relocation for you, including a wide a range of different commercial, office and home moves. No matter where you are going or how much you have to move, we will be there to support you!.
High Wycombe, Flackwell Heath, Handy Cross, Hedsor, Loudwater, Penn, Tylers Green, Wooburn, Wooburn Green and Wooburn Moor are the ten areas which are classified as the HP10 postcode district. High Wycombe is a large town in Buckinghamshire. The area was once more commonly known as Chepping Wycombe or Chipping Wycombe up until 1946, after which time the town’s name was changed to High Wycombe and is often referred to simply as Wycombe. The town is a relatively large town in the county of Buckinghamshire and has a total population of around 92, 300 people and the overall area of High Wycombe, including its outer areas has a population of over 118, 200 residents. The town is made up of commercial and residential properties, although it is mainly known as an industrial and market town. High Wycombe has always been an industrial area and has been since the 17th century. There are also records to show that the town has been a market town from as far back as medieval times. In the late 19th century, the town’s population grew from having 13, 000 people to 29, 000 in the early 20th century. The area earned the majority of its income at this time from the furniture industry, but when the industry declined during the 1960’s, the unemployment rate and social problems began to surface. In the early 20th century, up until the 1960’s, the town and its properties began to deteriorate and didn’t look too good. It wasn’t until the 1960’s when High Wycombe received the help it needed and underwent development and reconstruction work to improve the look of the area and its buildings. As a result of the developments in the town, two shopping centres were built with multi-storey car parks, as well as new office blocks too. High Wycombe is now the RAF base where all of the commands are housed at RAF High Wycombe, after being moved here in 1968.
Flackwell Heath is a village and civil parish, which is situated on the outskirts of High Wycombe. The village is set on the top of the Chiltern Hills in the county of Buckinghamshire and has a population of around 6, 000 residents. The village has many beneficial amenities and facilities in the area and even has several large shops where you can buy food products and other essentials, including a Sainsburys store, which of course is the largest supermarket in the village.
Penn is a part of Chiltern district of Buckinghamshire and is also a civil parish and village too. The village is situated about four miles east of High Wycombe and is set on approximately 3, 990 acres of land. Penn has been used in the past as a film set for the favourite children’s TV program ‘ChuckleVision’ and the hit children’s film ‘Nanny McPhee, as well as the ITV drama ‘Midsomer Murders’.
Make sure that you don’t miss out on an enjoyable and stress-free HP10 move by calling 020 3743 9354 now and hiring Man and Van for your HP10 relocation. Once you have hired our personnel for the job you will need to book a parking space in your area by obtaining a parking permit. You can find out more information on how to obtain a parking permit by visit the Wycombe Council’s website now.