There's More Than One Way to Move in W1, But There's Only One Company You Should Hire - Removal Company
Moving House, Man and Van W1 Removals
Moving Company W1 Westminster nearby postcodes W2, NW1, WC1, WC2, SW1
When you call today, you will not only get a free, no-obligation estimate on what your home or office removal W1 will cost, but you will get a sense of how we do business. That is, quickly, politely, and to a very high standard. There really are many ways to move. You could do all the preparation on your own and just have a W1 Man and Van come for the transport of your items; you could have a full-service removal in which our moving crew W1 does it all; or you could pick and choose from a few helpful removal services and do the rest on your own. Whichever way you choose to move, we are here to help with great services and great prices.
Take a look at the rest of this site to get an idea of what we offer on a regular basis, but rest assured that if there is something you don't see listed, all you need to do is ask and we will do our best to accommodate. Call us on if you have specific questions or if you want that free quote
. You can also use that opportunity to schedule a removal assessment and get yourself moving. Remember, Removal Company can help you, no matter which way you want to move.
The London W postcode area is actually made up of two postal districts: the Paddington district and the Western district. The former consists of the postcode districts known now as W2 through W14, while the latter is the W1 district. W1 is not just one district, but 14 separate districts serving this high-density part of London. Nearly all of them (save one) are in the City of Westminster. The odd district out is the W1T postcode district, which is located in Camden and covers Fitzrovia and Tottenham Court Road. The remaining postcode districts are known by the following alphanumeric identities: W1A, W1B, W1C, W1D, W1E, W1F, W1G, W1H, W1J, W1K, W1S, W1U, and W1W.
Starting with W1B and leaving out W1E, which is a non-geographic postcode district (and because W1A is also non-geographic postcode district), they cover the following areas of London: Portland Street and Regent Street; west Oxford Street; southeast Soho, Chinatown and Soho Square; northwest Soho; Harley Street; Marylebone; south Mayfair, Piccadilly and Royal Academy; north Mayfair, Grosvenor Square; Hanover Square and Savile Row; Fitzrovia and Tottenham Court Road; Marylebone (west); and Great Portland Street and Fitzrovia. The postcode districts are used for the sorting of mail, but where they are referred to for geographic reference or on street signs, they are all lumped together as W1.
The W1 postcode district is central to London and includes some of the most visited parts of the city. It also includes some of the city's “best” addresses in that the residences in some areas are quite large while still being central to everything the city has to offer. Some of the districts are between Regent's and Hyde Park, making it seem as if you aren't in the city at all. It can seem like the best of both worlds, but there is one difficulty for residents and visitors alike: parking. Therefore, it is very important that you contact the City of Westminster
(or Camden council
, if you are moving to W1T) to reserve a parking space for the moving van or lorry. This will ensure that you have a space right out front and there are no fines or delays on your moving day.
Postcode Westminster nearby postcodes W2, NW1, WC1, WC2, SW1