No matter who we are we want things to fun and simple. Whatever aspect of our life it is, we want everything to be enjoyable and straight forward. This can be difficult though when moving home because there is so much work involved. Finding a home is tricky in itself when looking around the London region but moving there is an entirely different story.
From planning, packing, and more you will have a lot to contend with but it can all be made simple thanks to Man and Van. As soon as you contact us on 020 3743 9354 we can begin to show you how we’ve earned a reputation as a top removal firm
. We’ll answer your questions, give you advice, tell you about our services in detail and will be able to offer a free, no obligation quote right there and then that will highlight of excellent prices.
If parking space has been booked with the necessary Council (Harrow
for the HA2 area) we will be ready to start work. We will come with multiple material and containers for packing your goods and put them to good use. We will be able to remove large furniture and appliances with little problem and have them into your new home easily. We have a range of vehicles at the ready to get your things where you need them and local storage space is also on offer if you should need it. We can do all this and more so don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Knowing that whoever you move to in the HA, or Harrow, area will be a success you can concentrate more on learning about it. The region is in the north-east of London is encompasses the entire Borough of Harrow, as well as the north-eastern part of Hillingdon, the western section of Brent, a small portion of the Barnet, as well as some of Hertfordshire’s Three Rivers area. The local postal sorting office is in Greenford.
Ever since 1917 each London postcode was split into multiple smaller areas in a move to improve transport, navigation and street signs. The Harrow region now has ten of these subdivisions ranging from HA0 to HA9, rather than just using HA alone. HA2 itself covers North Harrow, South Harrow and part of Rayners Lane which all within the Borough of Harrow and share the post town address of HARROW. It’s position towards the outskirts of the London region means that house prices are lower than those at the centre. Flats can come with multiple bedrooms ranging from one to four and cost about £173,000 to £390,000 each. Houses start at approximately £153,00 for a single bedroom and go up in price for each additional room with the maximum being six for £752,000. Most of the housing in the area is low-rise, low-density, high floor space housing.
Landmarks in the area include Rayners Lane tube station, the Grade II Listed, Art Deco former cinema building that is currently being used by the Zoroastrian Trust Funds of Europe, 14th century home Headstone Manor and Harrow Museum and Heritage Centre. Open spaces include Alexandra Park and Roxeth Recreation Ground, both of which have multiple facilities. There are many retailers and restaurants here, most of which are popular well known brands. Local sports teams include Rayners Lane F. and Harrow Borough F. The head offices of businesses such as Ladbrokes are based here. There are buildings for many faiths here, as well as stores with different national origins. So if you want to experience all this and more then get in touch with Man and Van now.