“Where are you going?.” is a common question that gets asked everyday and usually associated with what short distance someone is covering in the immediate future. When asked we don’t usually think about it the context of moving home, but why not?. While leaving one residence to go to another isn’t something a single person does everyday it is something that occurs everyday. It can sometimes be put on a pedestal as a major event but it shouldn’t be thought like that. Moving home should be seen as a fresh new start to your life that you should enact whenever you feel it is necessary.
If you decide to move home and then find your dream home in Canary Wharf you think that it still won’t be an easy process because of all the work that is involved. You don’t realise how much stuff you own until you organise it all in preparation of your move. When you start going over everything you have to do, moving home doesn’t seem so easy anymore.
Man and Van doesn’t want the excitement of a move to die just because of a little hiccup like packing and so we dedicate ourselves to helping people moving home. After you’ve called us on 020 3743 9354 and we’ve answered your questions, given you advice and provided a free no commitment quote we can begin work in earnest
. We can have a skilled team at your door in no time and they will sort all your belongings and wrap them in protective material (which we will supply) and then place them properly in suitable containers. We will have this done quickly but will do it properly so nothing is broken or lost and we will be sure to make the boxes suitable for lifting. We will have all your furniture and other large objects expertly out of your home and onto the vehicles we offer. Don’t forget to have parking spaces booked at link
so we can do this faster. Then everything will be taken to your new home and we’ll have everything set up for you.
Now that you know all that we can do for you should know what Canary Wharf can for you. It is one of the two major business districts in London, alongside the city of London. Around 90,000 people work here and is the home to the headquarters of many banks, companies and organisations. It is in the West India Dogs on the Isle of Dogs, within the Tower Hamlets borough in East London. It’s postcode district is E14.
At the beginning of the 19th century onwards Canary Wharf was one the busiest docks in the world, but by the 1950s the port industry started to wane, leading to the docks being closed in 1980. American businessman Michael von Clemm proposed the idea to transform the area into a back office which in turn made way for it to become an entire business district. One Canada Square was completed in 1991 and stands as the UK’s tallest building. There were some problems along the way but Canary Wharf established itself as the leading commerce centre it is today, with many more buildings in the process of being constructed. Due to the importance of the area and the amount of people who need to come and go here, the transport links are excellent with London City Airport easily accessible and many buses and trains running at all times.
So if someone asks you “Where are you going?.” you can answer that you’re going home to Canary Wharf, thanks to Man and Van.