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St John's Wood Removal Services

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Moving to a new office or home can be full of worry and stress. However, if you book your move with a removal service then a massive weight can be taken off your shoulders, as you’ll be able to rest easy knowing that your move will be swift and easy. There are numerous different removal services in the St John’s Wood area, such as removal companies, movers, man with a van services, and storage. London Removals is a removal company that is a cut above the rest, as it places many of these services under one roof and then lets you pick and choose which ones will best support you. We have a wide range of services available, including: transport, storage, clean-up, packing and unpacking, lorry hire, and more.

If you would like more information on our services or would like to receive a free quote, then please call 020 8811 8933 today and talk with our friendly customer services
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The area of St John’s Wood is situated in the north-west of London. It lies in the City of Westminster and is roughly two and a half miles from Charing Cross. St John’s Wood is home to the NW8 postcode district, which has been recorded as one of the most expensive postcodes in both London and the UK (St John’s Wood ranked 5th). St John’s Wood is nearby to other places such as Belsize Park, Kilburn, Primrose Hill, Marylebone, and Lisson Grove.

The location of St John’s Wood is famous for being home to The King’s Troop, Royal Horse Artillery, up until February 2012. The old barracks still survive in the area, however they are due to be demolished, in order to make way for housing. There are many other draws to the area, such as that it’s the location of Lord’s Cricket Ground and Abbey Road Studios (made famous by The Beatles). Other attractions near to St John’s Wood include Wembley Stadium, Brunel Bridge, Ruislip Manor Farm, and Hampstead Heath.

As well as having a variety of attractions in its vicinity, St John’s Wood has also been home to or is still home to many celebrities. The list of famous residents includes; Lily Allen (singer), Keith Richards (Rolling Stones), Damian Lewis (actor), Ewan McGregor (actor), Kate Moss (model), and more. St John’s Wood is also famous for appearing in both literature and music. For example, Arthur Conan Doyle uses St John’s Wood as the home of Irene Adler in A Scandal in Bohemia (Sherlock Holmes) and the Rolling Stones mention the area in their song Play with Fire.Man with a van St John’s Wood removals

Finally, the St John’s Wood area has a vast supply of transport links, including rail links such as: West Harrow Underground station, Harrow-on-the-Hill station and Underground station, Rayners Lane Underground station, and Kenton station. If road and rail links don’t get you to where you want to go, then there are also a handful of airports near the area, including Northolt, London Heathrow, and London City Airport.

The St John’s Wood area has many claims to fame and is well supported with transport links, which make it ideal for commuters. When moving to the area, using London Removals’s removal services can really help to take a weight off your shoulders. Years of moving experience have taught us many things and we pass this knowledge on to you through our free moving checklist. One item to check off this list is booking a parking space in front of your new property. This space is for the removal vehicle and reserving a space prevents possible delays and can also prevent fines form the local council. To reserve a parking space, go to the City of Westminster’s website.


Postcode NW8, NW3, NW6 nearby postcodes NW1, NW5, W1, W2, W9


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