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Moving in Central London is not quite like moving anywhere else in the UK. The streets are tight and often the properties have exceptionally large rooms, large amounts of furniture, small and tight staircases. That’s where our experience with external removals hoists can assist with your move and make all the difference when removing your large belongings out of your property.
Parking is also a fundamental part of the moving process. We know the regulations and rules when parking in Central London, take a look at our local pages to learn more about your area. Our vans enable us to park in the most spacious and cost efficient way, saving money on parking suspensions and avoiding us having to park at the end of the street, often the nearest place a large removal truck can get to the front door of your property.
As a valued member of BAR you will be choosing a Central London removal company that complies with Trading Standards, has fully trained staff and the correct insurances available for your move. We ensure a quality removal service whatever the size of your move, whether you are looking to use a man and van company or a full removal service, our furniture covers, double walled boxes and uniformed staff will be at your service.
Parking is at a premium in Central London and therefore it is more than likely that you may require a parking suspension or permission to ensure that you have access to spaces outside your property. If you are unsure, feel free to speak to one of our advisors on 0208 166 1665 or take a look at our local area pages to learn more about parking in your area.
“I would like to thank JamVans for looking after us so well with our move. Packing our possessions and shifting them out of the flat was never going to be easy but the guys made it actually tolerable. I was particularly touched by how compassionate they were about the situation and nothing was too much trouble. Dan, Luke and Joe were great and I hope to use you again when we have a new permanent property to move to.” Peregrine – City of London
“Thank you to the four lovely guys that helped us move house from Compton Street to the Barbican. The four guys were unbelievably helpful, efficient and friendly. They made the move seamless for us and I cannot thank them enough. They all went above and beyond and we are so grateful. Worth every single penny! I will be recommending your services to anybody I know that’s moving house in the future. Everything from the original quote to the move was professional and smooth.” Amy – Central London
“Just got back online mainly thanks to the team on my move last Tuesday being very helpful and accommodating with my increasing anxiety. The move went very well and they even managed to get my golden cow up the tight staircase leaving me feel very satisfied with their help.” Alan – Islington
One of the most famous addresses in Central London is 10 Downing street, home to the Prime Minister, Located on Whitehall with St James’s Park to the rear. This property has seen many famous residents move in and out over the years, however, did you know that the front door has not always been black? In 1908 the then Prime Minister, Herbert Henry Asquith, decided that he wanted the front door to be painted dark green, many believe at the request of his wife. The door was painted black again once his term in office came to an end.
Great Ormond Street Hospital is probably the most famous children’s hospital in the world and Peter Pan is one of the most famous children’s books that has later been made into a film. The author or Peter Pan was J.M Barrie and in 1929 he gave the copyrights to Great Ormond Street Hospital. The story of the boy who never grew up has raised millions of pounds for the hospital, a very moving story.
London is the capital of the United Kingdom and has had settlers since 43AD. Currently, there are 8.6 million people who live within the Greater London Area. However, did you know that during World War II, London became the capital of six countries Poland, Norway, Belgium, France, and Holland. London was a safe place for governments that had been displaced due to the Nazi regime.