Brent Removals

The London borough of Brent is a borough located in North West London and forms the outer regions of London. Sub locations located in Brent include: Kilburn, Wembley, Willesden, and Harlesden. Situated on the border of Harrow to the northwest, Barnet to the northeast, Camden to the east and Westminster to the southeast. Due to the central location of Brent and its wider boroughs, there is no surprise that JamVans are regularly seen completing home and business removals within this area.

What JamVans has to offer as your Brent removal company

At JamVans we take pride in offering our services and facilities that include state of the art removal vans, high-quality services, efficiency and great customer service. Our removal surveyor will visit you at your current property or business location and will work with you to generate an accurate quote for the facilities you require whether that be: removals, Our London Man and Van or storage.

As a valued and approved member of the BAR organisation and Trading Standards, we can ensure that our fully trained staff and the correct insurance regulations will meet and exceed the expectations and customer service you truly deserve.

Parking for removals

All council’s across London allow 20 minutes for loading and unloading removals in resident bays or yellow lines (although loading restrictions may apply). However, the majority of removals typically take longer than the permitted time. Therefore, it is likely that you will require a parking suspension or permission to ensure that there is direct access to parking bays outside your property. If you are unsure on the specific parking regulations in Brent, contact one of our advisors who will be on hand to assist and organise the correct parking regulation for your move.  

General knowledge and facts of the area

Did you know that the London borough of Brent includes 1,685 streets and its widest point is 14.6 miles by 35.7 miles?

Brent is known as one of the greenest areas of London. However, it is most famous The most famous landmark known in Brent is the legendary Wembley Stadium, the home of English football and one of the largest music venues in the capital.  The next well-known landmark in the Brent Borough is the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir (Neasden Temple), which was carved in India but assembled here in the UK. The Neasden Temple is symbolic of the multi-cultural heartland and a large Hindu population in the Brent area.

If you wish to escape the city hustle and bustle why not experience the leafy Gladstone Park, Fryent Country Park or walk along the towpath of the Grand Union Canal.