Removals in London is changing fast. Property prices are soaring, the economy is finally growing and we are seeing huge infrastructure investment. We provide you with all the removal and packing solutions required when you need to move within,out of, or into our great City.
Living the dream in a leafy garden square in Kensington, from stockbrokers to young royals, the stucco houses (complete with super-basements!) offer the most established and prestigious standard of living in the world. Luxury shopping; Hyde Park; The Natural History Museum... say no more!
Long-established as an area to aspire to, Fulham has the benefit of being close to both Chelsea and the River. There are great schools and transport links. Professionals and families are well served by plenty of decent Victorian housing. If you like watching football you'll be happy.
Its a safe, secure and solid place to buy a home. Quietly confident in it's charms, Earlsfield residents don't need to brag about the good transport to Victoria, Garratt Lane with it's cafes and restaurants and the great schools. The houses tend to be Victorian terraces.
Shopping and Champagne, darling! For the lucky few that can afford to live there, an iconic and historic location. The King's Road is the heart, with its upmarket but trendy vibe. Perennially chic, Chelsea has always been, and always will be, the place to be seen.
On the up....big time. Brixton has it all. Cinema, gig venue, Victoria line, bars, cafes, restaurants. Housing stock is great, with plenty of good roads offering roomy flats and houses. If you're moving to Brixton, make it soon before the prices go really silly!
The power station, a great park, the river.... Battersea is a great move for families and young professionals. Victorian terraces, school conversions and riverside apartments.There are plenty of great shops, bars and restaurants. And you can walk to Chelsea!
We live, work and play here. Its a great place to live, young or old. The Common plays a big part, swish shops and cafes on Northcote Rd, trendy bars and pubs on the High St. Great schools and transport with lots of lovely roads with plenty of housing variety for people to live in.
Chiswick in West London is a well established and attractive area to move to. Plenty of leafy residential roads all served by decent schools and the ever popular High Rd. The transport links by tube and road are excellent, in the form of the District or Piccadilly lines, and the M4.
Now established as one of the best places to live in London, Balham has great transport links, lots of cafes, bars and restaurants and great shops. Well served by decent schools, the roads are full of desirable period housing stock and you'll never be far from a nice park or a common.
If you move to Richmond, expect to live longer! The deer in the park make it feel rather 'country estate.' Cracking schools, beautiful pubs on the river, a tight but very good golf course at Ham. Rather lovely London for those whose heart belongs in the country.
Leafy and lovely. If your moving to Wandsworth expect well-established schools, parks and a good selection of shops, bars and restaurants. Lots of really fine housing on tree lined roads and, recently, a few riverside developments popping up for those who fancy a more glamorous lifestyle.
The elegant Georgian townhouses, leafy garden squares and an upmarket yet trendy vibe make Islington seriously attractive. Upper St offers vibrant Chapel Market and slick boutiques and restaurants; neighbours are on-trend Shoreditch and Kings Cross, Clerkenwell and the City.
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