If you have your heart set on moving in or around London then it can be hard to decide where you should go. There are so many places to choose from with many things to offer. So if you're looking at a home in the EC2 postcode district, then it is important to know a little about it first. The EC area is responsible for the main City of London, which is the heart of the entire region. It also covers the Boroughs of Islington, Camden, Hackney and Tower Hamlets. There has been much development in the EC area in recent years making it a great place to live.
In 1917 EC was split in to four divisions: EC1, EC2, EC3 and EC4. The codes aren't just used for posting mail, but also for geographic reference and street signs. Having more codes allows for more accuracy and so EC2 has it is own subdivisions. EC2A is the Shoreditch area, which is a part of the Borough of Hackney. All other EC2 districts are in the City of London. EC2M covers Broadgate and Liverpool Street, EC2N comprises of Old Broad Street and Tower 42, EC2R encompassed the Bank of England and EC2V, and EC2Y including Guildhall and the Barbican estate, respectively. EC2P is a non-geographic postcode district that is not used for directions but for direct marketing and PO boxes.
EC2 is bounded by Old Street in the north, Bishopsgate in the east, Cheapside, Poultry and Threadneedle Street in the south and Aldersgate in the west. Moorgate, Finsbury Circus and Liverpool Street cover approximately the north-eastern section of the City of London to St. Paul's Cathedral. In the central north lie sections of the Boroughs of Islington and Hackney. The EC2 district is densely populated by offices and contains many flats and apartments. The Barbican is very popular and contains Grade II listed, up-market flats that boast spectacular views. The district is home to concert halls, theatres, cinemas and more, making it an excellent place for culture lovers.
No matter whom you ask they are likely to say that moving home was a difficult process. They will talk on and on about all the packing, planning and heavy lifting they had to do. It can be disheartening to hear this when you're excited about a move but it will lift your spirits to know that Man and Van can handle all the hard work for you. Give us a call now on 020 3743 9354 and we can answer your questions and give you advice on how to make things easier. One tip is to try and sell or donate some of your unwanted belongings so there are fewer things to handle. We will also fill you in on parking because we can't have our vehicles lingering outside your new and old properties without the suitable permits, so click the links for the City of London and Hackney. We can also give you a gratis, no-commitment quote so you'll know what you'll be paying for your move.
Our prices can't be beat so once you've received your assessment we know that we'll be deploying a team of skilled movers to your door. They will bring wrapping and containers and use them to pack all your goods. Doing this will keep them safe and clean throughout the process. Large objects such as sofas are no match for our staff as they will expertly remove them from your old home and set them up in your new one. Our vehicles will be able to transport everything and your move will be complete within a few days thanks to Man and Van.