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Moving House, Man and Van CR4 Removals
Moving Company CR4 Mitcham nearby postcodes CR0, CR7, SW16, SW17, SW19, SM4, SM5
It might sound like bragging but it’s true, simply ask our long list of satisfied customer. Everyone has to move office or home at some point in their life, so it’s important to know that you’re going with a company that can cope. Our CR4 removal services are designed to do just that. Our Movers do more than take care of the heavy lifting; we can dismantle larger furniture items and seal everything safely for transport to avoid damaging your belongings, floor or walls. We can then arrange your items securely in a wide range of our well maintained vehicle – this will keep them from moving during transportation. But that’s not all, we can also offer temporary storage and a post-arrival cleanup options. But hiring us doesn’t mean breaking the bank, by offering everything in one place we can give you a great deal. So call us today for a free no-obligation quote on 02087 467 129.
Mitcham and Bedding Corner land under the CR4 postcode and have their governance split between Merton and Sutton County Council. The suburb sits on that blurry line separating Inner London from Outer London and is well developed both financially and residentially, meaning that properties prices are stable and worth investing in. Transport for London infrastructure is widely implemented giving the public excellent access. London Victoria, Wimbledon, Epsom and St Albans are examples of terminating stations serviced by the local Mitcham Eastfields and Mitcham Junction rail stations. A single change will even get you a direct train to Luton Airport. Or you can take a tram to get around from Phipps Bridge, Belgrave Walk or Mitcham tram stop.
Many of South London’s public greens are in the Mitcham district. Mitcham common being the largest with several ponds (most notably The Seven Islands pond) and the Windmill Trading Estate, built back in 1782 the site functioned as a workhouse for the poor. The geography of the common has an interesting and important history. Mitcham Common was originally beneath the River Thames and had to be deforested before it became of any use to the local populace. However, in the early 19th century road building became so popular that gravel pits threatened to ruin the site. Today, Thanks to an environmental conservation project, Mitcham Common has returned to its former glory.
A lot of famous persons have come from or lived in the area, including Jacobean poet John Donne, comedian Jo Brand and Noel Fielding. Your prospective new home is a place with history, celebrity and entertainment. Apart from an abundance of sports clubs, The Poppy Club holds regular comedy and live music nights while Tooting Tram and Social is a pub with difference. The pub-cum-nightclub is a converted tram shed with ceilings over 75 feet high. A great place to take family and friends when they come to visit your new home.
Even if road access is ample and finding parking on your street seems easy, it is still worth applying for a parking space well in advance. As already mentioned you’ll need to check which authority your new address is going to come under. For the London Borough of Merton apply for a parking permit here, for the London Borough of Sutton visit here. If you hire us we can guarantee a professional and dedicated service. Contact us today to arrange a time that best suits you, we also have a number of useful packing and moving tips. We really can offer the total transport solution that you have been looking for. Call Handy Moves now, on 02087 467 129.
Postcode Mitcham nearby postcodes CR0, CR7, SW16, SW17, SW19, SM4, SM5