There are many reasons to move to the London region you shouldn't just make any old part the area your home because you should search diligently to find that place that is right for you. There are many to choose from but you should know that wherever you move to, it can be a stress free experience when you recruit Man and Van.
Phone us on 020 3743 9354 and we will be able to make your move instantly much easier. We will answer any questions you have, give you advice, tell you all about our services and then be able to supply a free, no obligation quote. When you have come to a decision about the services you wish to utilise all that's left is to book parking with Redbridge Council when moving in or around E18 so that our vehicles can remain outside both your homes while we work.
When we arrive we will have all the materials and containers necessary to pack all your good that will ensure they are safe and clean throughout the entire process. We will be able to remove any large furniture and appliances from your old home and into your new one without it incurring any damage. Our vehicles will get whatever you want to wherever you need and if needed we can offer local and secure storage space. We won't stop until all of your belongings are safely unpacked and set up in your new residence.
Now that you know your move will be a guaranteed success all that is left to consider is learning about the place you are moving to. The Eastern (or simply E) Postcode district is one of London's original postal areas. It encompasses a wide area that includes parts of the Boroughs of City of London, Waltham Forrest, Tower Hamlets, Hackney, Enfield, Newham, Barking & Dagenham, Redbridge and Epping Forest in Essex and Hackney. In order to improve different services and facilities such as mail delivery, the E region was broken up into multiple subdivisions, and there are currently twenty-three, ranging from E1 to E3, as well as E1W and two non-geographic postcodes sued for direct marketing and PO boxes by businesses.
The E18 district covers Woodford and South Woodford that are both in the Borough of Redbridge and use the post town address of LONDON. It is bordered by E11, E17 and the Essex region, meaning that Walthamstow, Leytonstone, Basildon, Chelmsford and more are close by. Houses prices are mostly lower than those of the rest pf London because of its fringe location. Flats go for around £187,000, £252,000 and £300,000 for one, two and three bedrooms each, while houses span from £186,000 to £697,000, with these examples being for one and five bedrooms respectively. Six bedroom homes are also available at a much steeper price of approximately £1,049,000.
The Woodford district is predominately suburban and is home to many commuters. Many luxurious homes once existed but these were replaced by mutli-room middle class houses. George Lane is the main retail section of the area with multiple well known brand stores. There are numerous places of worship such as churches, synagogues and a mosque. Redbridge Drama centre is a local acting school. Transport is strong thanks to many train and bus services. Many famous people have been connected with the area such as former PM Winston Churchill, craftsman William Morris, Suffragette Sylvia Pankhurst, biochemist Prof. Ralph Ambrose Kewick FRS, actor Tony Robinson, comedian Meera Syal, author James Hilton, actor Nick Berry and rock star Terry Chimes. So for an expert move to an excellent area, get in touch with Man and Van now.