Removals Clapham - Handy Moves are London based house removal and office removals company specializing in all aspects of house removals, storage and packaging for private and business customers.
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Today Clapham covers a large area surrounding Clapham Common, with Holy Trinity Church (1776) close to the North Side. At the end of the twentieth century and beginning of the twenty-first, local property prices rose steeply, the face of the area changed greatly and Clapham is now home to affluent young white collar workers in their twenties and thirties; the "man on the Clapham omnibus" is nowadays likely to be a trainee accountant, lawyer or investment banker. However, as the area was not so affluent just a few years ago, many poorer people still live in Clapham, especially around Clapham North and in the housing estates. Despite this, there has been little conflict noted between these two very different groups living side-by-side.
As a result of the area's demographic change, many of Clapham's bars and restaurants now cater for highly-paid young workers and weekend nightlife is vibrant, if costly. There are now many expensive restaurants and boutiques in the area. The local Balham Costcutters being closed to open a Waitrose in its stead is a typical example. Natsume Soseki's lodgings in Clapham, South London.
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The West side of the Common, encompassing Battersea Rise, the valley with Northcote Road running along its bottom and the area known as "Between the Commons" - the other common being Wandsworth Common - is popular with young upper-middle-class professional families. This is partially driven (as are the upward property prices) by the presence of several exclusiveprep schools, some of which are known feeder schools for the likes of Harrow and Eton. The great numbers of young families living in this area has led it to be known as "Nappy Valley".
The Lambeth / Wandsworth boundary intersects Clapham Common from Wix's Lane (on Clapham Common North Side) to Balham Hill, just south of Clapham South station, leaving the Common in the unusual position of being under the control of two local authorities.
Areas near Clapham? SW4, SW11
London Borough of Lambeth :: Pimlico, Fulham, Battersea, Chalsea, Battersea , Clapham, Brixton, Stockwell, Balham, Vauxhall, Wandsworth.