Central London Removals

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Moving a home or a business in a busy urban area is a challenge no matter where you are. But add to that challenge the fact that you are moving into or out of Central London Removals and things may have just gotten more complicated. You have to deal with traffic, narrow streets, crowds of people and older buildings, not to mention your busy schedules with work and family. But it doesn’t necessarily have to be more complicated for you – leave the complications with us by calling Us today. You see, when you hire a removal company Central London to take care of all your moving services, such as packing, furniture disassembly, transport and storage, you’re making the process much easier on yourself.



 Our expert moving team is a group of professional movers, administrators and moving advisors. We can handle moves in Central London which are both large and small, for home or office. But what we really specialise in is delivering exactly what each customer wants for his or her move.
If you already live in Central London, you may rely on public transport for getting around or own a small, city-friendly car. So what are you supposed to do when you need to get your hands on a lot packaging materials and moving supplies? One solution is to have us deliver them to your door. The fact that we can then pack them up for you is the icing on the cake. We also provide storage solutions Central London for any need, short or long-term, climate-controlled or not. To find out more about our Central London removals services, take a look at the rest of our site. You can use our online quote calculator for straightforward removals or you can ring us  to see what it will cost for your specific move. You’ll be pleased with the results of your quote and you can go ahead and schedule an assessment now, too.

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Central London according to maps

There is no clearly defined are of London that is defined as “Central London” according to maps. It is, however, understood to be similar to the central activities zone that is outlined by the London Plan. The planning document defines the central activities zone as almost all of the City of Westminster, the City of London, and the inner areas of the London Boroughs of Islington, Sidcup Removals, Camden, Hackney, Southwark, Tower Hamlets, Eastham removals and Lambeth and that of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. It is home to the business services and financial sector that makes up a large part of London’s economy. It is also where most of the central government buildings and institutions are located, as well as a number of well-known tourist attractions. Of course, with all there is to see and do in Central London, it comes as no surprise that there are numerous places for dining and entertainment, and shopping, too.


The areas known

There are parts of Central London that are on both the north and south banks of the River Thames, which runs east to west through the city, dividing it in two. The northern part is larger and contains a far greater number of sought-after areas, such as Kensington and Chelsea and the neighbourhoods therein. The East Central postcode districts (EC1, EC2, EC3, and EC4) are right in the city centre and are among the priciest parts of the city to live in. But there are plenty of other neighbourhoods where housing prices are high as well. The areas known as Fulham, Belgravia, Chelsea, Knightsbridge, Kensington, Notting Hill, and Battersea are where you’ll find million-pound homes and the lifestyles to match. This is largely because of the location – both close to the city centre and the river in established neighbourhoods full of leafy streets and parks. But all of those pricey neighbourhoods are to the west of the city centre. There are plenty of places a bit to the east that are not nearly so expensive.

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In terms of attractions, you won’t find a part of the city with more to do. The London Eye is the perennial favourite with visitors, and there are always the popular London Dungeon, British Museum, London Bridge and more. The West End theatres and the high-end restaurants might be more attractive to residents than the attractions that draw tourists from all over the world. But having Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park, and the Houses of Parliament in your backyard aren’t bad, especially when you have guests visiting and need to entertain them. You will also be connected to the rest of the city by the extensive public transport lines serving commuters, residents and tourists alike.

Attracted to Central London

Whether you are attracted to Central London for its history, its grandiosity, its social scene, or for the thriving business opportunities, you won’t be disappointed by what this place has to offer. But before jumping into the hired moving van and doing it all on your own consider what you have before you: packing, loading, transport, unloading, trips to storage, unpacking, clean-up. That might be a lot for one person to handle, even with help. By hiring a team of movers and a professional moving vehicle from London Removals you will be ensuring that all of your furniture and each of your boxes arrives safely and on time. Your walls will be protected, and your carpets, too. The one thing that we ask our customers to take care of is the parking. Most people move on the weekend, and even on a Saturday or Sunday it can be very difficult to find a parking space in Central London. It can be even more difficult to find a space big enough for a moving lorry plus some room at the back for unloading. To avoid parking difficulties, contact your local council ahead of time to reserve a space. The rest – and we mean all the rest – can be left in our capable hands. Call now to book your Central London removals.