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Moving Company W1S Hanover Square nearby postcodes W2, NW1, WC1, WC2, SW1
Much of what worries us when it comes to home and office removals is the fear of the unknown. We don't know what to expect. How long will it take to pack everything?. What kind of moving boxes will you need?. How many movers should you hire?. What types of services will best suit your removal?. All of these things can be quickly found out when you call us on
. You will be connected with a helpful W1S moving adviser who can guide you through your choices (there are many) and help you plan the move that will fit your budget and your timeframe.
Depending on the specifics of your removal, you may require a storage unit or special packing materials; you might want to avail yourself of our packing service or plan to do it on your own with just a W1S man and van. You might be wondering just what the differences are between all these W1S removal services, and what each one costs. That's what we're here for, although a lot of great information can also be found right here on our site. If you are still wondering what it takes to have a quick, easy and affordable W1S move, then pick up the phone and dial for all the answers
The London W postcode area, or the Western and Paddington postcode area, as it is more formally known, is made up of 35 postcode districts and seven post towns which stretch to the west from Central London along the River Thames. It doesn't only cover part of west London, but an area of central London as well. Back when the postal system was organised under the London postal district, this area was the Western district and the Paddington district. W1 is what the Western district became, while Paddington turned into the W2 through the W14 postcode districts when they were combined. Because the Western district (now W1) is an area of London that has such a large population in a relatively small space, the district has been split into 14 smaller sub-districts to better serve residents. The W1 district is made up of W1A, W1B, W1C, W1D, W1E, W1F, W1G, W1H, W1J, W1K, W1S, W1T, W1U, and W1W.
The W1S postcode district is in the Westminster local authority area and covers the famous Savile Row and Hanover Square. Savile Row is well known for the high-quality tailor shops and clothing stores once found there. Part of the district's eastern boundary is flush with Regent St, another famous London landmark, while the A40, or Bond St is as far north as it reaches. The W1S postcode district sits cattycorner to Green Park and the Buckingham Palace Gardens, where one can, of course, see Buckingham Palace. This is a popular place for tourists to visit when they come to London, especially to see the changing of the guards out front. Hyde Park is also nearby to the west. This great London landmark is one of the reasons people choose to live in the area, as you can have urban living and lots of open space at the same time.
Since this area is so highly populated, you can be sure that parking is tightly regulated. Whether you are moving into your new place on a weekday or a weekend, you must check with the City of Westminster
to find out about reserving a space to avoid any fines. For more great tips and advice, browse the rest of our site or call to get a free quote and arrange a home assessment
Postcode Hanover Square nearby postcodes W2, NW1, WC1, WC2, SW1