Life is all about making choices. This is why we have to be careful when making an important decision because making the incorrect one can greatly alter our lives. Choosing a new area to live in is one of the things we have to contend with but the easy choice can be made by relocating to the SW1W area.
The South Western postcode district in London encompasses a wide area that includes the Boroughs of Westminster, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Lambeth, Hammersmith and Fulham, Wandsworth, Richmond Upon Thames, Croydon and Merton. For such a large area though, one postcode wouldn’t be enough so in the last one-hundred years or so postcode districts have been split into smaller section. There are currently twenty-eight of them in the South Western region, spanning from SW1 to SW20, with SW1 itself having many spin-offs within itself. The SW1-10 codes cover the London and parts pf the area and SW11-20 represent portions of the Battersea district. The Boroughs included within SW are There is also the SW99 code that does not represent specific place but instead is utilised for direct marketing and PO boxes by businesses. These separate postcodes were introduced to improve mail delivery, street signs, navigation and travel.
One of the SW offshoots is SW1W. It covers Belgravia, south of Kings Road, and the area between Sloane Square and Victoria Station. These fall into the Boroughs of Westminster and Kensington and Chelsea and use the post town address of LONDON. The entirety of SW1 is bounded by the SW3, SW7, W1, W2, WC2 and SW6, areas, with SE1 and SE11 falling on the other side of the Thames. This means that places like Chelsea, Mayfair, Kennington, Knightsbridge, Mayfair, Soho Lambeth and many more are all close by. With the area being right at the centre of London it’s house prices are unsurprisingly high. Flats range between roughly £625,000 to £7,951,000 for one to five bedrooms. Houses start at around £2,155,000 for a single room and increase up to approximately £7,403,000 for six rooms. Studio flats are also available and also pricey.
King’s Road has had a long tradition of being a centre for counter culture as well as 1960s fashion with the likes of Mary Quant and Vivienne Westwood being associated with the area. It was also the location of the first Starbucks in the UK. Sloane Square is popular with the wealthy. Landmark buildings here include the Peter Jones department store, the Sloane Square Hotel. and the Royal Court Theatre. The Cadogen Hall is used for concerts, and other nearby places of interest include the National Army Museum and Holy Trinity Sloane Street church. The Venus Fountain is found here and is Grade II listed. Many large, luxurious and expensive homes have been built in Belgravia since the war and are very popular. The Squares here are notable with Belgravia Square featuring many fine houses and statues of notable people. Eaton Square, Lowndes and Chester Square are also worth mentioning. There have been many famous individuals who have lived here and include some of the richest people in the world
If you want to live is such a great area then there’s no choice to which removal rim you employ. Man and Van can guarantee a swift and successful move. Call us on 020 3743 9354 and we’ll help you sort everything acquiring parking permission with Westminster
and/or Kensington and Chelsea
Councils. When our team arrive they won’t stop until your move to the SW1W area is complete as they handle your packing, large furniture and appliance removal, transport and more.