Selling Your Unwanted Items Can Get Your SE15 Move Started Right
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You might be thinking that you want to get your removal over with as soon as possible and don't want to spend a lot of time sorting and sitting around at car boot or table top sales. In fact, a trip to a weekend sale is an important part of any successful removal. Either that, or save some time by donating all your unwanted clothing, furniture and kitchen items to a local charity. But heading to a sale on a Saturday or Sunday prior to your home removal can give you some extra cash that will come in handy when purchasing insurance or moving boxes. Getting rid or a fair amount of stuff before even beginning to pack will also save you money in other ways. Consider how many cardboard boxes and moving supplies you will need to purchase; by reducing the amount of stuff you are bringing with you, you reduce the amount of supplies you will need to pack. You may also be able to save in terms of the number of movers and the size of the removal van.
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There is more than one postcode area in SE London, but the London SE postcode area is the largest. It is sometimes referred to as the South Eastern postcode area, but most commonly is written as the London SE. Each of its 30 postcode districts is part of the LONDON post town, and most of them are within the London Boroughs of Lewisham, Southwark, and the Royal Borough of Greenwich. There are also parts of the London Boroughs of Lambeth, Bromley and Bexley represented. Mail for this large postcode area is sorted in Croydon at a facility on Beddington Farm Road. Since it was established as the SE district in 1857, not too much has changed for the SE postcode area. It gained a bit of area in 1868 when the S district was abolished and it became a postcode area made up of alphanumerically identified districts in 1917 when this new system was introduced.
The SE15 postcode district is in the postcode area's northwest corner, bordered by the SE5, SE1, SE16, SE14, SE4, and SE22 districts, clockwise from the west. Its historic name is the Peckham district, although it is now known only by its alphanumeric label used for postal addresses. It covers Peckam and Nunhead in the Lewisham and Southwark local authority areas. Peckham Rye Park is the largest park in this postcode district and is found in the southern end. It is connected to the surrounding postcode districts and the rest of London by three rail stations: Peckham Rye, Nunhead, and Queen's Road (Peckham). While this postcode district does not have a riverfront along the banks of the River Thames, it is quite near to it. It is quite a highly developed district with plenty of schools, shops and places for dining out. It is also not far from the city centre, making it a popular place to live for those who commute for work.
Contact either the Lewisham
or the Southwark
council according to where your address lies to find out how to reserve a parking space for the moving vehicle. This crucial step will save you time and possibly money (you'll avoid a parking fine) on the day of your move. For other questions, ring us on
Postcode Peckham nearby postcodes SE14, SE4, SE23, SE22, SE5, SE1, SE16