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Moving Company SW1Y St. James\'s nearby postcodes SW8, SW11, SW3, SW7, W2, W1, WC2, SE1
You don’t have to have super powers to execute the perfect SW1Y removal, but it helps to have a lot of experience with similar SW1Y moves and a great team of dedicated professionals, like we have. At Handy Moves, we only hire the best for our moving crews and we don’t accept anything but the best from our customer service representatives and moving advisers in the office, either. It goes without saying that when you hire the best, you are creating the best company, which is what we strive to do every day. That’s why completing your removal exactly to your specifications, budget and timeline is so important to us. We won’t have you sitting around wondering where you things are – in fact, we may even show up ahead of schedule – we’re that efficient.
Since preparation is key to any successful removal, we spend the proper amount of time working with our customers prior to each removal to ensure that they are prepared and their things are prepared. We’re even prepared to do this preparation for you, to make it that much quicker and easier. And once we’ve ensured the proper preparation, we don’t have to be super heroes to get great results. Give Handy Moves a ring on 02087 467 129 to be sure you have a super SW1Y move
There are a number of postcode areas in London, many of which are labeled geographically, but some which are not. The SW postcode area is one of those – the SW stands for South Western, but this postcode area also includes the Battersea district. Of the 29 postcode districts that make up the area, which was created in 1857, one of them is non-geographic and eight of them begin with SW1. The SW1 through SW10 postcode districts are originally from the SW district, while the remaining 19 are from the Battersea district of the old London post town. They are all within the current LONDON post town today and cover a number of London Boroughs, including Wandsworth, Merton, Croydon and parts of Lambeth, among others. The City of Westminster, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames are also partly covered by the SW postcode area.
Since the population of the former SW1 district is of such a high density, this district has been split into eight sub-districts: SW1A, SW1E, SW1H, SW1P, SW1V, SW1W, SW1X and SW1Y. They cover places like 10 Downing Street, Buckingham Palace, the House of Lords and the Palace of Westminster and the House of Commons, as well as other government offices. SW1Y covers St James’s Park in the City of Westminster, within the Westminster local authority area. It is in central London and was once part of the South Western head district. This, along with the other SW1 postcode districts, lies on the River Thames’ north bank. The area includes many of the most popular attractions for visiting tourists and is where much of the city’s day-to-day governmental business takes place. The park is adjacent to Buckingham Palace and is the oldest Royal Park of London. Many people visit each year to see the ducks that call this park’s lake home.
If you will be calling this area home anytime soon, contact the City of Westminster
to save a parking spot for the moving van, which will reduce the unloading time significantly. And finally, make that call or send that enquiry to reserve your removal date with our expert moving crew. You won’t regret hiring such a super team.
Postcode St. James\'s nearby postcodes SW8, SW11, SW3, SW7, W2, W1, WC2, SE1