Where we live should be a reflection of ourselves. The area should have the atmosphere that matches our outlook, it should have the facilities we require for our hobbies and interests, and our home should look and feel the way we do. You should be able to tell a lot about a person by the house they live in and so it's important that everything intertwines. If you feel that any of these things aren't applicable to you then it is time to move home.
You may think this is drastic but if we live in a place that doesn't suit our needs or just doesn't feel right then we can't feel safe, happy or comfortable; three things a home should be. So you search for a home and an area until you finally find a place that feels perfect for you and you can't wait to move in. You shouldn't rush things however, because first you've got to contend with the moving process.
Moving from one home to another can be very difficult because of all the work that is involved. You have to organise all your belongings so you know what will go with what, then acquire the necessary materials so that you can pack things properly and get them into suitable containers. Vehicles and parking permits
are required, and it can be extremely difficult lugging large objects such as settees and washing machines through and out of your home. This is just a glimpse at what you have to do so what is the answer.
Man and Van is removal firm who can help with every aspect of your move. Whether you are just about to start, are midway through or are finishing off, then we can lend our assistance. We have a team of experts who know how to tackle each problem and can do it quickly and professionally. Call us 020 3743 9354 for more information and free quote and we can assist you immediately
If Notting Hill is where you have chosen you new home then you're in for a treat because it is prosperous and fashionable area, with many attractive homes and numerous leading restaurants and cafes. It is in the centre of London, near the north west edge of Kensington Gardens. It's postcode districts are W10 and W11.
The area has a fairly modern history, when Pottery Lane rose to prominence in the 18th century, making bricks and tiles. Notting Hill remained mostly rural until the landowner, James Weller Ladbroke, decided to develop the area. Many houses were built and it soon became a fashionable suburb. In 1837 the Hippodrome constructed and in 1845 St. John's Church was established. The large houses appealed to the upper-middle class because of the cheaper prices than those found elsewhere in London. However, the buildings went slowly in decline and the popularity of the area waned, but in the 1980s major refurbishments were undertaken and the area became what it is today.
North Kensington is one of the most diverse places in all of London, with the largest Moroccan population in the UK. There are many pubs and restaurants in Portobello Road and is home to a popular weekly market. Westbourne Grove has many shops, both independent and chain stores and Ladbroke Grove is the setting for the annual Notting Hill Carnival, which is the second largest street festival in the world.
There's a good chance that Notting Hill is the reflection of yourself you've been looking for so recruit Man and Van now and we'll bring you home.