People dream for their whole lives about that special place they want to live. For most it will remain a fantasy but for others it becomes a reality. If you want your dreams to be realised all you have to do is relocate to the London, starting your search with the W1 postcode district.
The Western and Paddington region is made up of many smaller postcode areas. These range from W1 to W14 and all together encompass the Borough of Westminster as well as parts of the Boroughs of Camden, Kensington & Chelsea, Ealing, Brent, Hounslow and Hammersmith & Fulham. The area covers some of central London and the west of the region near the River Thames. W1 is not it’s own postcode and is instead made up of many other codes, with there being thirteen. However, W1A is a non-geographic postcode used for direct marketing and PO boxes by businesses. These smaller areas were introduced in order to make postal delivery easier and more accurate and to also enhance travel and navigation through having more specific areas and expanded information on street signs.
W1 contains many great London locations such as Regent Street, Oxford Street, Soho, Chinatown, Harley Street, Marylebone, Mayfair, Grosvenor Square and many more, all of which fall into the Borough of Westminster, as well as Fitzrovia and Tottenham Court Road that are in Camden. All of these areas use the post town address of LONDON. It is almost directly the centre of London because it borders the Western central area, as well as the W2, SW1, WC1, WC2 and NW1 postcode areas. So there are plenty of nearby locations worth visiting.
Unsurprisingly for a place at the heart of London it’s house prices are expensive. Flats range between roughly £614,000 and £3,592,000 for one to six bedrooms and homes begin at around £1,776,000 for only one bedrooms and can increase significantly to approximately £7,687,000 for six.
W1 has many major businesses and firms based here such as BAE systems, the BBC, BP, Marks & Spencer, Prêt a Manger, the Rolls-Royce Group and more. There are also numerous educational facilities and campuses here including King’s College, The Royal Academy of Music, The University of Westminster, Regent’s College, among others. It also contains a large number of libraries. Transport here includes multiple railway stations, twenty-seven tube stops, as well as several bridges and fifteen electric car charging points.
There are a huge number of landmarks and tourist attractions here or close by, with a brief list being the London Transport museum, the Royal Opera House, Hyde Park, Madame Tussauds, the Wallace Collection, the Royal Academy, Tate Britain, London Zoo, Buckingham Palace, St. James Palace, Abbey Road Studios, Lord’s Cricket Grounds, Leicester Square, Piccadilly Square, Trafalgar Square, Nelson’s Column, the Royal Albert Hall, the Savoy Hotel, the Palace of Westminster, Westminster Cathedral, Cleopatra’s Needle, Big Ben, Downing Street and countless more.
You’re unlikely to find a better place to live than here and so you need the best removal firm to get you there. Man and Van can guarantee a swift and successful move with just one phone call to 020 3743 9354
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) Councils and we’ll do all it takes to make your dreams come true.