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There are many ways to go about finding the right moving company for your removal, whether it is within London, to somewhere else in the UK, or even abroad. One of the ways to find a removal company is by doing a search online. Just type in the location and “moving company”, for example, and plenty of choices will pop up. You can also look in the phone book or use a company whose storefront you have passed on occasion in your neighbourhood. Another way to find an NW2 moving company is to ask around. Your friends and family are great resources of information regarding movers NW2, especially if someone you know has moved recently. Or you could employ all of these methods and see which company keeps popping up. Another way to find the right movers is to call
. Removal Company will work with you over the phone or through email to determine just what you need to get from one home or office to another.
For storage solutions, packaging materials, transport and more, Removal Company is the one company you can rely on for it all. We make sure our customers are always able to communicate with us, and we make sure we are providing you with the services you need and want. Call now to get a free quote that includes the price of insurance, so you can start your removal NW2 fully informed.
The London NW, or North Western, postcode area is in - you guessed it - northwest London. In 1856 this region was designated as the NW sector within the postal system. It was divided into its districts in 1917; the alphanumeric codes that we use today as part of our postal addresses originated then. There are 12 districts in the NW postcode area, which covers large sections of the London Boroughs of Brent, Barnet, and Camden as well as some areas in the City of Westminster and the London Boroughs of Ealing, Harrow, Hammersmith and Fulham, and Islington. Surrounding the NW postcode area are the following: Enfield (EN), London N, London EC, London WC, London W, Harrow (HA), and Watford (WD), moving clockwise from the northeast.
The NW2 district is the second district after the North Western head district (NW1). It used to be called the Cricklewood district and today covers Cricklewood, parts of Neasden and Willesden, all of Dollis Hill and much of Childs Hill. It is within three local authority areas: Camden, Brent, and Barnet. Like all of the NW postcode districts, NW2 is in the LONDON post town. Its northwestern corner backs up against the Brent Reservoir and Brent Cross and the Clitterhouse Playing Fields are found in the northeastern part of the district. The largest park within the district's boundaries is Gladstone Park, along the southern boundary, but residents may also enjoy the Neasden Recreation Ground adjacent to the reservoir. If you like cricket, you are in the right place. The Brondesbury Sports Club Cricket Ground and Club is near the eastern boundary and the South Hampstead Cricket Club is just outside the district to the south.
Since there are three local councils with authority in the postcode district, first find out which one you live in. Then, visit the website for either Camden
, or Barnet
to determine how you can reserve a parking space for the moving vehicle on the street in front of your home. This important step will save you time and money in the long run!.
Postcode Cricklewood nearby postcodes NW3, NW6, NW10, NW9, NW4, NW11