There are is a whole world out there waiting to be explored and yet we can only call one place home. There world is diverse and exciting and so it can seem unlikely that one smaller area could encompass aspects of it all. Luckily for you, the London region can do this. It homes people for all over earth and has many things to do and see. For such a great place to live you donít want to be wasting time with your move so get in touch with Man and Van now on 020 3743 9354 for a swift and successful relocation
When you get in touch with us we can immediately begin to make everything easier as we give you advice and more information about moving home. We will be able to assist you with booking the appropriate parking with the correct councils (Bromley
for the BR3 area) and give more details on the services we provide. We can also offer a free, no commitment quote at this point to highlight our great prices.
The removal services we provide include helping with packing (in which we will offer materials and containers), large furniture and appliance removal, vehicles and transportation, storage and more. We will be there for you whether it be a local or even international move and our man and van service can keep things simple. We will work until all of your belongings are set up in your new home.
If youíre new home is going to be in the BR3 area then you should know more about it. BR is an abbreviation used for the Bromley district that encompasses the south-east of London as well as parts of Kent. Its is made up of the Borough of Bromley, as well as sections of Lewisham, Sevenoaks, and Dartford. BR3 is one of eight smaller subsections here that were created in order to improve mail delivery, the amount of information on street signs and to make navigation and travel easier and more precise.
BR3 itself covers Beckenham, Eden Park, Elmers End, Park Langley and Shortlands which are a part of the Borough of Bromley or Lewisham. The post town address is BECKENHAM. BR3 shares itís borders with the SE6, SE20, SE25, SE26, BR1, BR2 and CR0 areas, meaning that it is close by to Catford, Penge, South Norwood, Sydenham, Bromley, Bickley, Keston, Croydon and more. Houses prices here are around the London average and have remained steady, with flats ranging between roughly £164,000 to £349,000 for one to four bedrooms and houses spanning between approximately £114,000 to £1,031,000 for one to five bedrooms. The most expensive areas to live in here are Manor Way and The Knoll.
Beckenham is the ideal place to live for commuters because of itís close proximity to Central London and itís myriad railway stations. The High streets contains many restaurants, chain stores, and independent retailers. Many fine schools are situated here. The Chinese Garage is a key landmark, as is two old pubs and Kelsey park. There are multiple places of worship, a museum, a cinema and more. There are also numerous sports clubs and teams here. Famous residents include Julie Andrews, David Bowie, Bob Monkhouse, Peter Frampton and more. The other areas within this district are the suburban Eden Park, Elmers Park with itís large open space, Park Langley that has some gated communities and the village Shortlands that was once the home of Enid Blyton.
So if this is starting to sound like a place you want to call home, get in touch with Man and Van today.