Removal Advice

Professional relocation advice is sometimes hard to come by. This is why we maintain a comprehensive Removal Advice section on our company website. We understand that people need accurate information and advice on how to organise and structure their property relocation in the most suitable way so we have tried to touch up on all the issues and specifics which accompany home and office removals. In the Removal Advice section readers have access to < u>practical How-To guides and DIY tips concerning packing of items and removal preparations, also advice on inventory of items – important when relocating offices and commercial establishments. We also discuss things like safe removal of high value items which is a concern for many people. Our contributors also look at the additional aspects of property relocation like redirecting bills and mail, services and subscriptions etc. We aim to look at new moving related topics and specifics which arise from the dynamic nature of the removal industry itself. The Removal Advice section is regularly updated with new written and multimedia content, researched and summarised by knowledgeable writers. The advice page is easy to navigate so finding the information which interests you is always just a couple of clicks away.

The churches of Barnes

Barnes is a district in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. It has a population of over 21.000 people and lies in the southwestern parts of the city at about six miles from the noted junction of Charing Cross. The area is one of the capital’s most beautiful neighbourhoods. The district is home to a number of prominent landmarks such as the WWT London Wetland Centre, Olympic Studios, Bull’s Head, Old Sorting Office Arts Centre and Barnes Village, which is recognised as a Conservation Area by the local authorities. Barnes is also the location of eight churches. The presence

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Westminster and Some of the Places Worth Visiting

Westminster - Regent Street

The City of Westminster, located pretty much right in the heart of the capital is one of the most important and well known districts of Greater London. Administratively, Westminster is classified as an Inner City Borough with a ‘city status’ (much the same as City of London i.e. ‘the Square Mile’). Geographically, City of Westminster is locked between the RBKC to the east, then City of London to the west, and The Thames to the south. Halfway through the 1960s, the Greater London administrative & geographical entity was formed, and City of Westminster was of course one of its essential

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Moving clothes versus moving fragile items

Even though it is understood that a London removal is typically quite the ordeal, there are certain things that are simply not as hard to relocate. At the same time there are others which we never want to have to move because their integrity might be put in jeopardy. This is the case with moving clothes and having to relocate sensitive goods. The latter can basically be a lot of things but the most common items are utensils and home electronics. In short these are things that can easily get broken. We will get to them in a second after

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Areas in Kingston with less than 10,000 residents

Chiltern Drive

The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames lies in the south western parts of the British capital and covers an area of 14.38 square miles. It was formed on the 1st of April, 1965 and is currently one of the most visited areas in London due to the fact that it is the location of numerous internationally known districts and landmarks. The latest census shows that the borough has a population of 173,500 people, most of which reside in the largest and most popular areas of Kingston. This is why we decided to present to you some of the least

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Beautiful mansions in and around Croydon

Addington Palace

London is home to a number of majestic and mind blowing manor houses. These fascinating edifices are spread throughout the different areas of the capital. This is why we decided to narrow down things and turn your attention towards mansions which are either located in the Borough of Croydon or in its vicinity. Croydon Palace Presently known as Old Palace, this manor house was the official summer residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury for over five centuries. The edifice was frequently visited and used by prominent historical figures, including King Henry III and Queen Elizabeth I. Nowadays it houses the

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Five beautiful London districts with the latter “B”

Beddington

London is one of the largest and most populous cities in Europe and the world. It is the location of numerous internationally known landmarks, parklands, edifices, entertainment venues and districts. This is why, we decided to present to you some of the city’s most desirable areas which commence with the letter “B”. Bankside The district of Bankside lies in the central parts of the city in the Borough of Southwark. It is one of London’s most visited areas as it is the location of the Bankside Power Station which presently houses the world famous Tate Modern art gallery. It was

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About Southwark and Its Districts

Southwark is an Inner London borough, situated on the south bank of the Thames in Central London. Being entirely on the south side of the river, Southwark is connected through bridges to City of London itself, on the opposite northern side of the Thames. The borough contains a large number of popular tourist attractions, key public places of interest and historical sites. All areas within the borough are part of London Postal District. History & Forming – quick facts Like much of London, the modern day borough of Southwark has its origins in ancient times, namely the Roman period in

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How to Pick the Right London District for You

Canonbury Square

London is a big city which covers a territory of 606 square miles and it consists of many small districts all of which offer something different and appeal to different kinds of people. Therefore, if you are planning to relocate to the English capital, you will need to spend some quality time researching the areas in the city. You may, of course, try to take the road of least resistance by moving into one of London’s most desirable districts. Still, this would not guarantee you that your new neighbourhood won’t: Stretch your budget Be too far from our friends’ homes

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Three Places in the London Borough of Camden That Deserve Your Attention

Queen's Square

When you are asking people about the best places in London, more often than not you are going to here the name Camden. The borough, located right to the west of the City of Westminster and considered to be part of Inner London is a vibrant, affluent and multi-cultural area. There are posh residential developments to be found here, as well as bohemian districts and havens of alternative culture. The London Borough of Camden – the basic stats Camden is not the largest nor the most densely populated of the London Boroughs. According to the last census a little over

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London Borough of Barnet – Districts, Landmarks and Transport

Hendon Town Hall

Barnet is one of London’s outer boroughs and it is set in the city’s northern part. It was established in 1965 and it consists of 37 districts. With a population of 331,500, Barnet is the second most populated borough in the UK capital. Barnet’s districts Barnet Chipping High EN5 is the often cited to be the northernmost part of North London, as well as the highest place located between the English capital and York. The district has an altitude of 130 meters. The word ‘chipping’ is derived from ‘ceapen’ which in Old English means ‘a market.’ That is not accidental

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