Brixton Removals – Movers for Brixton at Your Service for a Low Price

Brixton light removalWhenever you decide to move to Brixton from your old home, wherever that might be have you considered how difficult it would be to sort out everything by yourself, pack it and move it. It would impede your move and slow you down – things get lost, damaged, left behind and in the end you end up with something that could have been avoided if you contact a removals professional team. We at Removals Brixton have what it takes to make things happen, hassle-free and at a low cost too. Offering our outstanding packing service and a Man and Van operation too, we will take care of your needs and get what is yours to your new destination safely and quickly. Give us a call on 020 8746 4339 for a free quote.

Part of the Lambeth Borough, Brixton is a multi-cultural community with nearly a quarter of the local populace originating from Africa or the Carribeans. There is a great history behind it as the place was industrialized during the late 19th century, which leaves a lot of interesting buildings from that day and age and from later on, some of which are the Sunlight Laundry, an Art Deco factory building and one of the last remaining windmills in the area – Ashby’s Mill. Suffering from bomb attacks during WWII this area was massively demolished which led to severe problems for housing, though this was eventually over when many immigrants from African-Caribbean origin settled in here, brought over the the MV Empire Windrush, a passenger ship in 1948.

The most notable thing about this area however is the historical fact that in 1880 the local Electric Avenue was the first street in London to be lit by electric lights. This lead to some severe rioting in the area when rioters called electricity “The Invisible Killer”. Even though this is an amusing fact progress still left behind some wonderful Victorian buildings in the area, which are definitely worth seeing.

The area now has a multitude of art galleries, boutiques, cafes and bars. Brixton also has a remarkable farmers market at Station Road. It has been a centre of trade and helped in the growth of Brixton. Interstingly the borough has its own currency, the so-called Brixton Pound which was meant to be an alternative to the British Pound. The Ritzy cinema is a good place to go with its early 20th century design among many of its clubs like The Fridge, Brixton Academy and The Windmill.

Pop star David Bowie was born here in Brixton itself and the place has produced a number of talents across many fields, like two of the members of The Clash – Mick Jones and Paul Simonon, and even Ozzy Osbourne’s wife Sharon among a multitude of musicians, sports players and novelists. Brixton also has a few Churches, most notably the Christ Church on Brixton Road and St. Matthew’s. It also houses the Masjid ibn Taymeeyah or more commonly known as the Brixton Mosque as well, adding to the ethnic and cultural bounty of the region.

Thinking about moving in the area, following the footsteps of many a great musicians or simply wanting to sample the local club scene and to live in Brixton? Make sure to make your move as easy as possible by taking less items than you absolutely need, which will make the transition cheaper and easier too. Call Brixton Man with a Van on 020 8746 4339 for an assessment so we can have a perfect idea on how to proceed and what you want us to move. Above all do not forget to reserve a parking space for the van used by the removals team in front of your new home in Brixton so everything can be completed in a timely manner. More information can be found here.



Company name: London Removals Ltd.
Telephone: 020 8746 4339
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday, 07:00-00:00
Street address: 28 Fulton Road
Postal code: HA9 0TF
City: London
Country: United Kingdom
Latitude: 51.5594030 Longitude: -0.2747020
E-mail: office@londonremovals.org.uk
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