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Most home removals require a few months of planning to ensure that everything goes smoothly. When you know that you are moving home to Notting Hill, the first step you should take is to find a trustworthy Notting Hill moving company that can do the job for you. What does trustworthy mean and which removal services are the most important?. Well, trustworthy is a company that always shows up on time, always listens to customers' needs and always does the best job possible for a great price. That describes Removal Company to a T. Choosing the right services for your removal may be more of a personal choice, since you will have to decide what to do on your own and what to have the professionals take care of. We can take care of everything, from packing, storage, transport, unpacking and more, so you don't have to.
This area in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is known as a very affluent and cosmopolitan part of London. The fashionable neighbourhood has many celebrities who call it home, but it is also a quiet and quaint area of a very busy and bustling city. It is easy to see why a home in Notting Hill is so desirable - the homes are large and Victorian in style and there is an abundance of swanky shops and restaurants. It is also home to the Portobello Road Market, which is not only a tourist attraction, but an antiques market, a fruit and veg market and much more. It has been in operation since the 1800s and is a favourite spot of the famous Paddington Bear, who visits almost daily in the books named for him.
Notting Hill's large residencies have gone in and out of fashion throughout time. At one point, many of them were split into multiple-occupancy buildings, but have since been re-converted to single-family homes again. Of course there is a hill that is responsible for the area's name, and one can reach it by getting to Ladbroke Grove where it meets Kensington Park Gardens.
For a fabulous annual event, check out the Notting Hill Carnival, which has been occurring since the 60s. Every August, London's West Indian community leads the parade and festival for two days. It is only second to the Carnival of Rio in terms of the number of people it attracts each year, and is definitely worth a visit. Many people know Notting Hill from its appearances in pop culture, most recently the movie with the same name. But there is so much to discover in Notting Hill that you can't help but be glad to call it home. Easy access to the tube is at the Ladbroke Grove tube station, so you can get anywhere in the city whenever you want.
When planning your Notting Hill removal, you'll want to remember to reserve a space for the moving vehicle to park. As loading and unloading could take several hours, depending on the size of your house and the number of contents, it is best to ensure a spot right out front so that everything can get put inside straight away. The Borough of Kensington and Chelsea's website
is where you need to go to grab a spot and then you'll be able to check that off your list. Speaking of lists, try our handy moving checklist, too. Notting Hill movers are at your service, but the more prepared you are, the better. Call us on to receive a free quote and book your removal
Postcode W10, W11, W8 nearby postcodes W2, W6, W9, W12, NW6, NW10