Is Your South West London Removal Slowing to a Crawl? Contact LondonRemovals.org.uk for a Solution
Sometimes people move house because the family has outgrown the space. Sometimes, finances improve, allowing for a move that will put you in a larger home. Often, work is the reason that people decide to move from one place to another, or the surrounding community and its attributes. Whatever your reasons for your South West London move, we’ve got the removal service for you. Some removals must happen quickly; others require a great deal of care in the handling of antique or collector’s items. Some removals must be done on a budget, while others are quite large and require a significant team of people. Whatever type of removal you are facing, there is one company in South West London that can handle everything – LondonRemovals.org.uk. We are your South West London Man and Van, as well as your South West London storage solution. Packaging materials causing you a headache? We’ll deliver them to your door. Is the job of packing keeping you up nights? Call in the experts and it will be taken care of quickly. When you call us on 020 8746 4339 today, you can arrange everything, including an initial home assessment, so you’ll have nothing left to worry about except cleaning out the fridge.
South West London is one of the London Plan’s sub regions, as updated in 2008. Prior to 2008, there were the following five sub regions: West, North, East, South and Central. But they have been updated to reflect changes in the city and are now broken down as West, North, North East, South East and South West. The South West sub region comprises seven London boroughs, including Wandsworth, Richmond, Croydon, Kingston, Merton, Lambeth and Sutton. It is home to 1.6 million people and the location of 730,000 jobs.
While most of South West London falls south of the River Thames, there area few postcode areas and one borough – Fulham – which are north of the famous London river. The sub region includes the following postcode areas: SW2, SW3, SW4, SW5, SW6, SW7, SW8, SW9, SW10, SW11, SW12, SW13, SW14, SW15, SW16, SW17, SW18, SW19 and SW20. It’s most exclusive and expensive areas are found north of the River Thames in the SW3, SW5, SW7 and SW10 postcode areas, namely in Chelsea. Some of the pricier areas can also be found south of the river in Barnes, a little to the west of Chelsea and Fulham. Moving south, the housing becomes slightly more affordable, though never dropping below the mid-line between budget and expensive.
Mortlake, Putney, Fulham, Battersea, Putney, Wandsworth, Clapham and Earlsfield make up the slightly less expensive areas of the sub region, although they are still pricier than many other parts of London. The most affordable areas of the South West sub region include Oval, Brixton, Balham, Tooting, Wimbledon, Streatham, Raynes Park, Merton and Colliers Wood, which is understandable since they are further from the city centre and slightly less desirable in terms of charm and proximity to London nightlife.
While many of this great city’s tourist attractions are located more centrally, there are plenty of places for residents and tourists to visit and enjoy in this sub region. Kew Gardens are perhaps the most famous of the attractions that you will find here. One can spend hours, even days, wandering among the conservatories, glasshouses, the museums, the library and the herbarium before even entering the exquisitely manicured gardens. Almost 1.5 million people visit the gardens every year – that’s nearly the number of people living in the entire South West sub region. There are places to shop, eat and browse for gardening books and there are organized tours available as well.
Other places to visit in South West London include the Chessington World of Adventure, a zoo and theme park with plenty of thrilling rides and excitement for a great day out, not too far from the city centre. Kew Palace is also open to the public and the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum, dedicated to the history of the sport as played at the famous Wimbledon stadium is another great attraction full of exhibits and artefacts. Of course, the National Archives in Kew, which houses a multitude of records going as far back as the 11th century is a must-visit for anyone interested in British History or genealogy. It’s a great place to spend some rainy afternoons doing research or just browsing the history.
Of all the areas to choose from in South West London, it could be quite difficult to decide where you want to live. Most likely, at this point, you have settled on a neighbourhood and you have even found your new home. So now, as you wait for the paperwork to go through on the leases and the tenants or owners to move out of your future home, there’s no better way to prepare for your move out day than to hire a professional moving company South West London to help you plan. Our helpful checklist is one place to start, but you can always make your own. Be sure to include important deadlines for deposits and other tasks such as requesting copies of your medical records if you will be changing doctors. Documentation from your children’s schools will also be important to have, and don’t forget to make sure that your bank has a branch located nearby. If not, consider opening an account and transferring money before you even move, so that you will have one fewer thing to worry about right when you arrive.
Whether you are looking for a removal assessment, a complete packing and unpacking service, storage solutions South West London, or just a Man with a Van, LondonRemovals.org.uk has what you need and will offer it at a great price. Just call us on 020 8746 4339 to find out how we can get you started with your South West London move today. It’s never too early to start preparing!
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