Moving to the N3 Area Using Removal Services
Removals N3 Removal Services N3 Finchley moving companies nearby postcodes N12, N2, NW11, NW4, NW7 House Movers
Relocating to a new area can be a stressful experience, no matter how organised you are with your move. However, removal services, such as lorry hire, can help you to make your move easy and stress-free. There are many services available to support you in the N3 area, including: N3 movers, ‘man and van’ services, storage facilities, N3 office removals, removal companies, and more.
London Removals is a N3 based removal company that offers you a one-stop-shop for all your removal service needs. We have many professional services available, such as: transport (local and abroad), removal assessment services, packing and unpacking, hireable crews of movers, storage units, ‘man and van’ services, and more. With our company, you get to pick and choose the services you want, so that you stay in control of your move. What’s more, all our services are priced affordably, so your move won’t break the bank.
For more information on our full range of services and to receive a free quote for your move, call 020 8811 8933 and talk to our friendly customer services today.
The N, otherwise known as the Northern or London N, postcode area covers part of North London. The N3 postcode district covers Finchley and Church End (which is often known as ‘Finchley Central’); both of which lie in the borough of Barnet. Finchley is nearly seven miles from Charing Cross and is a residential suburb. The area’s name is thought to be Anglo-Saxon for ‘Finch’s clearing’ or ‘finches’ clearing’. Meanwhile, Church End (otherwise known as ‘Finchley Central) grew up around the church of St Mary, which was first recorded in the 1270s. It’s located seven miles from Charing Cross and gets its name from ‘churche’ and ‘ende’ (Middle English), which means ‘district by the church.’ Church End is also home to Finchley Central tube station.
The N3 area is also home to many attractions, including: Finchley Common, College Farm (visitor attraction), Phoenix Cinema, The Archer (a 10-foot-tall statue), the imposing tower of Pardes House Primary School, and Victoria Park (home to the annual Finchley Carnival). Beyond this, the N3 area also has associations with many notable people, such as: Charles Dickens (novelist, wrote Martin Chuzzlewit while staying in Finchley), Octavia Hill (social reformer, founder of the National Trust Kyrle Society), Harry Beck (created the London Underground Tube map), Henry Stephens (founder of Stephens Ink Company), Spike Milligan (comedian, writer), and George Michael (singer).
On top of all this, the N3 area is well supported with transport links, such as the area’s proximity to the A406 North Circular Road and the A1. The area is also located near to many railway stations, including: Finchley Central (Underground), West Finchley (Underground), Mill Hill East (Underground), New Southgate, Hendon, and East Finchley (Underground). If road and rail can’t get you to your destination, the N3 area is also within 20miles of four airports: Northolt, London City airport, London Heathrow (and its terminals), and Luton airport.
The N3 area has much to offer to new residents, including many attractions and transport links. In order to make your move to the N3 area a breeze, be sure to book with London Removals. We know how stressful moving can be so, as well as our wide range of services, we also offer a free moving tips and hints on our website. One tip is to book a space in front of your new property for the moving vehicle. This minimises unloading delays and can also prevent the local council issuing parking fines. To reserve a space, go to the borough of Barnet’s website.
Postcode Finchley nearby postcodes N12, N2, NW11, NW4, NW7