Will You be Calling Canary Wharf You Base of Operations? If So, Call on Removal Company to Help You Get There
Moving House, Man and Van Canary Wharf Removals
Moving Company Canary Wharf E14, E1 nearby postcodes E3, E16, SE8, SE10, SE16
Moving a home, or more likely an office, into or out of Canary Wharf has its own unique challenges. Removal Company, fortunately, is the company that knows exactly how to deal with those challenges. Office removals in general are quite different from home removals, so attempting to do it on your own could land you in hot water, especially if your office needs to be up and running again as soon as possible. Canary Wharf removals require expert packing, loading and transport, and luckily for our customers, that's just what we specialize in. Find out how much your office move Canary Wharf will run you - you will be pleasantly surprised by our online or over-the-phone quotes. But there's no way to know if you don't give it a try!.
With 14 million square feet of retail and office space, Canary Wharf is quite an impressive business district. The Canary Wharf Group owns all that space and most people know the area as London's financial district or business district. It has quite an impressive skyline as well, especially at night when lit up as the backdrop to the Thames. Almost 100,000 people work in the area and the headquarters in Europe for many banks and major media conglomerates. Financial services firms and insurance groups like MetLife, Barclays and Morgan Stanley are just a few of the big names that call Canary Wharf home.
Found in east London within the Borough of Tower Hamlets, Canary Wharf occupies space on the West India Docks, which can be found at the Isle of Dogs. It is a fitting area for such a busy, global financial area since the docks were at one time part of the world's busiest port. But the docks and port declined until finally closing in 1980. The redevelopment of the area was not very popular with Tower Hamlet residents at the beginning, but its success has brought wealth and business to a formerly run down neighbourhood. It is home to the tallest building in the United Kingdom, One Canada Square, which was the first Canary Wharf building to be completed. Some of the tallest buildings in all of Europe can be found in Canary Wharf and to newcomers to the city, it can be an eye-popping part of London.
It is serviced by plenty of public transport, as well, since there are so many workers who need to get in and out of the district every day. There is the light railway, the tube, buses and the national rail all serving the area. There is even access by the Canary Wharf Pier and it can be easily reached by light rail from the London City Airport. In addition to the 16 buildings that already exist as part of the Canary Wharf skyline, there a number that are in development and a handful that have already been granted planning permission, meaning that Canary Wharf will continue to grow in the future.
Moving a business or even a branch of a business to Canary Wharf could to great things for your growth as well. But be sure to have the right company handling the job. Corporate movers Canary Wharf may be harder to find that you think. Call us on to discuss the details of your office removal and what services you will likely need to make it a success
. The Tower Hamlets Council controls the parking, so check here
for restrictions for your move in day to Canary Wharf.
Postcode E14, E1 nearby postcodes E3, E16, SE8, SE10, SE16