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One of the services that we offer as EC4's best removal company is great customer service. That means that our representatives are always available, by email or by phone, when you need them. If you've ever had your inquiry ignored or your phone call unanswered when dealing with a moving company, or any other company, you know how frustrating it can be. We know how important it is to keep our lines of communication open, so you won't feel left out to dry when it comes to important information regarding your move. Call us on to see the difference at little help can make with your move
. While you may want us to provide a full crew, a large moving lorry and a complete list of removal services, you might just as easily want a Man and Van Service and to do most of the work on your own. No matter what your removal needs are, or how big or small your move is, Removal Company can provide the help you need, whether a little or a lot.
London has a lot of postcode areas. One of them, the EC postcode area, sometimes called the London EC postcode area, is an important one since it is home to almost the entire City of London. The City of London is not only a very densely populated part of London, but it is also home to a number of the most important and well-known buildings and attractions in the world. But the EC postcode area also includes some of the London Boroughs of Hackney, Tower Hamlets, Islington and Camden. It is made up of four distinct postcode districts, which have been around since before the 1st World War. But those four districts are no longer used for sorting mail; rather they serve purposes as geographic reference points and locators, appearing on street signs in this busy part of the capital city.
Since the EC (Eastern Central) postcode area has changed and been built up so much since the system began, there is a need for smaller postcode districts for sorting mail, of which there are 28. Seven of the 28 postcode districts lie within the EC4; six are in EC3; seven in EC2; and seven in EC1, and one is separate (EC50). The postcode districts in EC4 are EC4A, EC4M, EC4N, EC4P, EC4R, EC4V and EC4Y, all of which lie within the City of London.
EC4A has a coverage area of Fetter Lane; EC4M covers St. Paul's; EC4N covers Mansion House; EC4P is a non-geographic postcode area; EC4R covers Cannon Street; EC4V covres Blackfriars; and EC4Y covers Temple. It's boundaries are London Bridge on the east, the River Thames to the south, Cheapside on the north and Chancery Lane on the west. It roughly contains the southwest corner of the City of London and includes St. Paul's Cathedral, Blackfriars, Fleet Street and Temple.
Since all of EC4 is within the City of London, contact the council
for questions about reserving a parking space for the move - a must to keep things on schedule. On a map of Greater London, the EC postcode area appears to be right in the center. It is quite an important area, both in terms of the landmarks that are contained within it and the history that this location includes as well. Once your move to the EC4 area is set, the most important thing you can do to make sure everything goes smoothly is to hire the right moving company. Call us on for your free quote today and you'll see how well your removal needs can be taken care of by our expert team of movers and advisers
Postcode St Pauls nearby postcodes EC1, EC2, EC3, WC1, WC2, SE1