Every Removal We Do is the Most Important Removal, Including Yours in E1W
Moving House, Man and Van E1W Removals
Moving Company E1W Wapping nearby postcodes E2, E3, E14, SE16, SE1, EC3, EC2, N1
You might think that it isn't possible for us to give 100% to every single move that we carry out. But you'd be wrong. Whether we are helping you bring some items to or from a storage unit or moving an entire household, we take the same careful approach. Whether we are helping you pack or just showing up with a man and a van E1W, we always show up on time and ready to work. And whether we are delivering some packing materials or helping you load the moving vehicle, you will always get 100% from our team of trained E1W movers.
We like to think of ourselves as the Olympic athletes of the moving world - always working harder to improve and always in top form. Call us on to find out more about what Removal Company is really about
. You won't be disappointed to have us join your removal race, whether it is a short-haul or a long-distance one. Our rates, our experience and our customer service can't be beat. So remember our name and number when you need anything related to moving, even if you aren't actually moving yourself. Putting items in storage can be just as tough as a full removal if you don't have the professionals there to help you, and packing can be just as difficult as the lifting and the transport if you don't know how to do it. Make your removal one of our removals today by dialing
The London E postcode area, which is part of the LONDON post town, is also known as the Eastern postcode area. It covers some of east London and some of Sewardstone in nearby Essex. In 1858 the E and the NE areas of the London post district merged to form what is known today as the London E postcode area. It was subdivided into 22 districts in 1917 when alphanumeric identities were introduced and district names were done away with. The E postcode area has two non-geographic postcode districts - E77 and E98 - and one sub-district, E1W, which was carved out of E1 to serve Wapping. To the north of the E postcode area is Enfield (EN), east is Ilford (IG), to the south is London SE, to the southwest is London EC and to the west is London N.
The E1W postcode district was once a part of the E1 district and the two are still classified as one when it comes to geographic reference or street signage. This district originated in 1999 because of demographic changes and the need to serve more postal customers. It is in the southwestern corner of the postcode area and stretches along a bend of the River Thames across from Southwark Park. The Wapping High Street, arguably the centre of the postcode district curves along the riverbank as well, following the shape of the district itself. This is where News International has its headquarters and also where the John Orwell Sports Centre and Vancouver House can be found. While there are not too many large parks within the district's boundaries, Wapping Woods is one of the local green spaces.
It is worth checking in with the Tower Hamlets council
, also the local authority area, in regards to parking the moving vehicle in front of your new address on the day of your move. Even on a weekend there may be strict regulations in place as to how long you can park and where. Any other questions can be directed to us, by phone or by email, whichever you prefer.
Postcode Wapping nearby postcodes E2, E3, E14, SE16, SE1, EC3, EC2, N1