Moving to Barnet with London Removals
Removals Barnet Removal Services Barnet EN5, N2 moving companies nearby postcodes EN4, WD6, N20, N3, N6, N10, N11, N12 House MoversWhether you're moving your home or office, it is a stressful experience but our company can work with you to make your move easier. Our Barnet moving company offers a wide range of professional services that can help to make your move a pleasant experience. We can even supply you a free moving checklist to make sure your mind is at ease before and during the move. From packing supplies to transport to storage, our Barnet moving services will be with you at every turn. With the variety of services we have available, you are also free to pick and choose which professional services you require. This means you can decide how much or how little you want to do and how much you want to leave in our professional hands. Make sure you book our company for your move. Call us today for a free quote: 020 8811 8933.
The London Borough of Barnet borders Hertfordshire and Camden and has N or NW postcodes, including N2, N3, NW4 and NW7. Barnet also happens to have the second largest population in the London Boroughs. Formed in 1965, the borough was named Barnet, meaning ‘land cleared by burning' in Old English. Barnet has a rich history, with evidence for the manufacturing of Roman pottery at Brockley Hill and the discovery of Roman coins. The borough is also the site of the 1471 Battle of Barnet; one of the many battles that took place during the War of the Roses. In the Battle of Barnet, King Edward IV led Yorkist soldiers into battle against the Earl of Warwick. Warwick, once a Yorkist supporter, had switched to supporting the Lancastrians. The Lancastrians were backing Henry VI and marched against the Yorkist army. King Edward IV managed to secure a victory and Warwick was killed by Yorkist soldiers.
Barnet is filled with history, but is also concerned with the future. Nature conservation is important in the borough and Barnet has sixty-seven nature reserves. These include many commons, brooks, pastures and woods. In addition, there are also sixteen large open spaces called ‘premier parks', including Oak Hill Park, Sunny Hill Park, and Hendon Park. The green environment also makes Barnet a great place for golfers, as it has a wide selection of golf courses and clubs.
Travelling in Barnet is made easy, due to it being situated on two motorways: the M1 and the M25. This makes it easy to travel to London's attractions by car or coach. It is also well situated with regards to rail travel. Barnet is a northern part of the Northern Line (London Underground), with three of the line's terminals being located in Barnet: Edgware, High Barnet, and Mill Hill East. As well as the Underground links, there are also three train stations in the borough: New Barnet, Oakleigh Park and New Southgate.
Barnet is a historical yet green area, with easy links to London. The area's name may sound like ‘bonnet' but moving there will not put a bee in yours. For a pleasant and swift move, be sure to use our Barnet removal services. Remember, we offer a free moving checklist and you can choose how much or little you want to do yourself and how much you put in our professional hands. However, when moving with London Removals it's important to check the local council's website and reserve a space in front of your new property. Moving items from the moving vehicle into your new home or office can take hours, so to be sure of a space go to Barnet Council's website.
Postcode EN5, N2 nearby postcodes EN4, WD6, N20, N3, N6, N10, N11, N12