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Moving Company E1 Aldgate nearby postcodes E2, E3, E14, SE16, SE1, EC3, EC2, N1
Some E1 moving companies take care of your things during transport to storage or to your new home or office. And some E1 removal companies even take good care of your stuff. But at Removal Company we take extra good care of your furniture and belongings because our main goal is to deliver your things to you in the same condition as you left them. A removal can only be successful if the customer is happy, so we strive to make sure that this happens every time. Every step of the removal process can be fraught, especially if you have never moved before or if it has been a long time. One of the most stress-inducing removal situations is a long-distance removal. Rest assured that when you hire Removal Company as your E1 movers, you are getting the best and nothing less.
Our moving vehicles are up-to-date and clean and we always arrive on time, and while you may not realise the importance of this, we insist on always making a good first impression. Our movers are courteous and friendly, our customer service reps are helpful over the phone, and we always reply to email enquiries quickly. What's not to love about our E1 removal services?. Call today on to find out just how great our rates and services are
The London E postcode area is also known as the Eastern postcode area. It was not formed with the original postcode areas, but originated in 1866 when the E and NE areas were merged into one. The 22 postcode districts that begin with E, ranging from E1 to E20 and including two non-geographic districts, are all within the LONDON post town. They cover an area of east London and a bit of Essex as well. The London Boroughs served by the E postcode area include Tower Hamlets, Hackney, Newham, Waltham Forest, Barking and Dagenham, and Redbridge, as well as the City of London. In Essex, the Epping Forest district has a small amount of coverage. The E1 district was once known as the Eastern head district, but that name is no longer part of postal addresses.
The E1 district is actually two districts: E1 and E1W. The latter covers only Wapping, while the former covers parts of Aldgate, Bishopsgate, Mile End, and Shoreditch, and all of Whitechapel, Stepney, Spitalfields, Shadwell, Brick Lane and Portsoken. It falls within three local authority areas: the City of London, Hackney and Tower Hamlets. No matter which part of the E1 district you are moving to, you will need to contact your council about how to reserve a space to park the moving vehicle. Getting a space right in front of your building or house is a significant advantage when it comes to unloading the vehicle on moving day, so don't forget this important step. Click on the link for the City of London
, Tower Hamlets
, depending on where you will be relocating for more info.
The E1 district lies just north of the River Thames, between it and Bethnal Green. It is home to a large portion of London's southeast Asian community, so if you are in the mood to try some of the best food in the city, you're in the right place. It is also where you will find Stepney Green Park and Stepping Stones Farm, in the eastern part of the district. Along Mile End Road is the Univeristy of London Queen Mary Mile End Campus near the eastern boundary, which abuts Millenium Park and Mile End Park.
Postcode Aldgate nearby postcodes E2, E3, E14, SE16, SE1, EC3, EC2, N1