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At London Removals, we understand that moving can be quite a scary endeavor. Apart from all the new things that you will encounter – new home, new neighbourhood, new people, new surroundings – there is all the work involved with the actual removal. The scariest bit of all is usually getting started. One of the best ways to get started with your W8 home removal is to call us on 020 8811 8933. We can come and do a removal assessment of your home, or office, so that you will know just how to begin. The beginning entails a lot of steps: hiring a moving crew and a moving vehicle, letting a storage unit if necessary, ordering and purchasing moving supplies and cardboard boxes, and much more. But before all of those steps comes the most crucial one: clearing out your old, unused and unwanted belongings. This will reduce the cost of your removal as well as the amount of work that you will have to do.
Ring us on 020 8811 8933 or send us an email enquiry about which services will be right for your W8 move. We have the movers, the man and van service W8, the storage W8 and everything else in between. Plus, we’ve got the best team in London. What are you waiting for?. Call now!.
The London W postcode area is also known as the Western and Paddington postcode area. It is a large group of postcode districts – 27 to be exact – that covers much of west London. The districts stretch from central London (W1 sub-districts and W2) west along the River Thames. There are districts on both the north and south banks of the river, many with large riverfronts. The postcode area is effectively divided into two sections: the Western district is made up of the 14 W1 districts, while the Paddington district consists of the W2 through W14 postcode districts. The postcode area includes parts of the City of Westminster, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and areas in the London Boroughs of Ealing, Hounslow, Hammersmith and Fulham, and Brent.
The W8 postcode district is also known as the Kensington district, though this is its historic name and is no longer included in postal addresses. It covers Kensington and part of Holland Park in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Like all of the W postcode districts, the W8 district is in the LONDON post town. The district’s eastern boundary crosses into Kensington Gardens, reaching almost to Round Pond. It extends south to Cromwell Rd, north to Holland Park Ave and west to the outer edge of Holland Park. For sport, there is the Campden Hill Tennis Club and the nearby Holland Park Cricket Ground. Entertainment, shopping and dining can be found on the Kensington High Street, which can be reached from anywhere in Greater London through the High Street Kensington Tube station. The W8 district is also the home of the Richmond University – The American International University in London (Kensington Campus) as well as Holland House, a popular place to visit.
The Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, like all councils, has its own set of rules and regulations regarding street parking. Get familiar with them by visiting the council website, where you can also find out how to reserve a parking space for your moving vehicle. That’s one of the things you can take care of ahead of time so you can scratch it off your list of things to worry about. For more information, call us on 020 8811 8933.
Postcode Kensington nearby postcodes W2, W11, W14, SW5, SW7, SW1, SW3