Switching from Your Old Moving Company to Removal Company Can Save You Time and Money
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Moving Company SW1 Whitehall nearby postcodes SW8, SW11, SW3, SW7, W2, W1, WC2, SE1
Have you recently used a London moving company in the past few years, but find yourself in need of SW1 movers again after a short time?. Even if you have only used your previous moving company for storage removals, for example, it is worth looking into a number of removal firms SW1 before making your decision. The reason to spend some time shopping around is that things may have changed since your last removal. Taking a look at the competition can positively benefit your wallet and your schedule, especially if you choose Removal Company. Our great rates are one reason to switch, but the fact that you can pick and choose your removal services according to your needs and budget is probably the number one reason our customers choose us. That and our great customer service, of course.
Try it out for yourself right now when you ring
. You'll get a free estimate over the phone, which you can then use to contrast and compare other removal companies' offers. Choose the one that's best for you, but we're confident the choice won't be very difficult. Removal Company is your top choice for moving companies, man and van services, and storage and packing materials in SW1. You won't feel bad about switching companies, especially once you see the savings.
The SW in the London SW postcode area doesn't just stand for South Western, as you might imagine. The SW postcode is actually the South Western and Battersea postcode area as it is made up of these two districts. There were ten postcode districts in each - SW1 through SW10 in the South Western district and SW11 through SW20 in the Battersea district - but that no longer reflects the area's high-density population properly. Now, the SW1 postcode district has eight sub-districts, alphanumerically labeled SW1A, SW1E, SW1H, SW1P, SW1V, SW1W, SW1X and SW1Y. Together, they cover areas in the City of Westminster and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. These areas are some of the most affluent in all of Greater London and combine large, posh homes with the excitement of living in the centre of it all.
SW1 also covers many government buildings and tourist attractions in central London, such as Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament, Victoria Station and the area known as Knightsbridge, among others. There are also postcode units within the SW1 postcode district which cover the House of Lords, the Palace of Westminster, 10 Downing Street and the House of Commons. The SW1 postcode district was once the South Western head district, but the term SW1 is only now used as a geographic reference or on street signs. For mail purposes, the subdistricts are used. The SW1 postcode district is located along the River Thames' north bank between the Chelsea Bridge and Hungerford. It has locations scattered along the river between the Worlds End Estate and across from Battersea Park. St James' Park is the only green space within the postcode district, if you don't count the Buckingham Palace Gardens.
Parking in this part of the city is tight and is highly regulated. Indeed, street parking is difficult to find and is often prohibited on the larger roads. It is best to contact either the City of Westminster
or the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
, according to where your new place is located, to find out how to reserve a space for the moving van on your moving day. Call now to switch to the better moving company SW1 - we're worth it!
Postcode Whitehall nearby postcodes SW8, SW11, SW3, SW7, W2, W1, WC2, SE1