Many people relocate on a daily basis and most of them consider the process to be very stressful and traumatic for them. The main reason for many people’s negative experiences when they relocate is due to the fact that they have not chosen the right company to relocate with. There are a large number of removals companies out there and so it is understandable that you may be unsure of which one to choose. There are the backstreet one man companies which offer you fast and careless services where very little care or attention goes in to looking after you or your belongings and although the initial price may be slightly cheaper than other firms might charge, you end up having to splash out on damage repairs and fixing your problems at the end of it. Then there are the very large companies who will ensure that everything goes well and that your items arrive at their new destination in one piece however, they are reluctant to help you in anyway and leave you to record and list every single items that you wish to move with them, which of course can take forever and is a huge job in itself. Finally, there is then the middle of the line company – Man and Van who ensure that your personal items are well looked after, whilst also maintaining that we take on the responsibility for your move and relieve you of any time consuming task which may come with your RG21 relocation. The aim of our company is to make moving as easy as possible without you having to do any of the hard work yourself.
Basingstoke, Eastrop and Black Dam are three areas of Hampshire and are parts of the Borough of Basingstoke and Deane. Basingstoke is situated in the north east of Hampshire and is a large town with a population of over 82, 910 people. The town’s large population makes it the largest town in the Hampshire area. There are numerous large roundabouts in the town which is where it’s nicknames ‘Doughnut City’ or ‘Roundabout City’ come from. Basingstoke in an old market town, which began to develop and extend in the 1960’s, due to an agreement between the London County Council, Basingstoke County Council and Hampshire County Council. Due to London’s large population after the Second World War, Basingstoke was developed to accommodate what was known as the ‘London overspill’, which occurred at the end of the war in 1944. The town was still considered to be a small market town up until the 1950’s. There is still a regular market which is held in the town, so as no retain its name and reputation of being a market town. The town is now a commercial centre where the headquarters of many large companies and businesses are now located, including: The Automobile Association, BNP PARIBAS Lease Group UK, Barracuda Networks, Motorola, GAME, Huawei Technologies, ST Ericsson, Sun Life Financial of Canada and De La Rue. Telecommunications, IT, insurance and electronics are also other industries which make up the area’s industry here. Festival Place, is a relatively new shopping centre that opened in October 2002, which helped to attract more visitors to Basingstoke’s town centre. The shopping centre also has many restaurants, cafes and a large multi-screen cinema, as well as a wide range of popular and fashionable shops. Festival Place is the newest shopping centre in the town, but Basingstoke also has two other shopping centres which can be found in Central Basingstoke – The Malls and Top of Town.
Man and Van offers a wide range of professional RG21 removal services, all of which are performed to the highest standards and are carried out by a team of moving professionals and experts. For a free quote on your RG21 relocation call us now on 020 3743 9354. After hiring our company for your upcoming move, you will need to remember to book a parking space from the Borough of Basingstoke and Deane. Find out more information and contact details for the borough by checking out their site now.