Hammersmith is a district in West London and a part of the Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, west of Charing Cross, just on the bank of the River Thames. It is a key transport hub and commercial area with many business and employment centres, as well as company offices. Shepherd’s Bush is the boarder in the north, Kensington in the east, Fulham to the west and Chiswick southwards. It’s postcode district is W6. The area was formerly an industrial region but has been redeveloped to focus on commerce and trade.
The centre of Hammersmith is the Broadway Centre which homes a shopping complex, bus station, underground railway service and an office complex. King Street is the area’s main shopping location with the King’s Mall, hotels, cinemas and the Lyric theatre all found here. The main office community is at Hammersmith Road and prominent office building; The Ark. The UK headquarters of Coca-Cola, Disney, Capcom, Sony Ericsson, NBC, Universal Music Group and many more all operate here.
There are many entertainment venues in Hammersmith including the aforementioned Lyric Theatre, Riverside Studious cinema, performance space, bar and café and The Dove pub that is said to be the smallest pub in the world but has had notable regulars such as Ernest Hemmingway. The Hammersmith is a regular venue for famous musicians and comedians. The river side is a more relaxed place to visit, with gardens, pubs and rowing clubs. 22 St Peter's Square is a grade II listed building and so ranks highly among other examples of the world’s architecture.
The popularity of the area is shown when the number of notable residents is considered, which includes musicians Lily Allen, The Who’s Roger Daltrey, composer Gustav Holst, actors Alan Rickman, Hugh Grant, Daniel Radcliffe, Tom Hardy and Miranda Hart, comedians Bill Bailey, Lee Mack, Sacha Baron Cohen, and Charlie Brooker, presenter James May, boxer Joe Calzaghe and artist Julian Trevelyan.
With all this and more to consider it’s a wonder why you didn’t think of moving to Hammersmith a long time ago. You now know everything that the area has to offer but you should know that moving home in general can have many benefits. It’s the chance of a new chapter in your life that can allow for a fresh start. It can allow you to move to a bigger place, be closer to your friends, family or job, it can permit you to access the facilities you lack at you current address and more.
While this is all the positive side to moving you have to contend with the negative. Getting all of your possessions from one home to another is not easy for the average person because there is much organise and prepare before you can start, such as acquiring protective wrapping and containers, booking parking space at link
, and hiring vehicles. Then everything has to be wrapped up and placed in suitable containers, next all your large belongings such as settees have to be carried down stairs and through doors and this in itself can be arduous.
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. What once seemed as a impossible task will become a few days of minor inconvenience all thanks to Man and Van.