Making a Move to the HP2 Area
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When planning a move, one thing on your mind can be whether or not to book with a removal company. There are many services in the HP2 postcode area that could take a weight off your shoulders by helping you with your move, including office removals, man with a van services, and storage companies. Whatever your reason for considering a removal company, be sure to book your move with Man and Van. We have a huge range of professional but affordable services, such as removal assessment services, UK and international transport, cleaning services, packing and unpacking, lorry hire, hireable crews, and more. For more information on out services and a free quote, call 020 8811 8922 today or visit our website.
The HP postcode district is otherwise known as the Hemel Hempstead postcode district, which is comprised of 24 postcode districts. The HP postcode area covers most of Buckinghamshire and some of Hertfordshire. The HP2 postcode districts accounts for the areas of Gaddesden Row, Piccotts End, Grovehill, Adeyfield, and Hemel Hampstead Industrial Estate. Piccotts End is a village that lies on the River Gade. The village has many historical associations, as there are Georgian and Regency villas and medieval cottages. Medieval wall paintings have also been discovered in Piccotts End, which depict numerous religious scenes. Grovehill is another area of Hemel Hempstead and the town developed in two segments: the New Town (commissioned in the late 1960s) and the housing estate at Grovehill West (started in the early 1970s). Grovehill has many shops, a community centre, churches, schools, and more. The area of Adeyfield was built as part of ‘the postwar new town expansion’ and keys were handed over to residents in 1950. However, the town was not described as ‘complete’ until 1956, as shops, school, churches, and more had to be built.
The HP2 postcode area offers many attractions. The village of Adeyfield has three pubs: The Crab Tree, The New Venture, and The Midland. Adeyfield has also been visited by Queen Elizabeth II in 1952, when she visited the village in order to lay a foundation stone for the local church, which is called the Church of St Barnabas. The Queen also took the opportunity to visit Adeyfield village centre, which is aptly named the Queen’s Square.
As well as history and attractions, the HP2 district is also well connected transport-wise. This makes the area a great place for commuters to relocate to and also provides easy access for friends and family who may be visiting. Railway stations in or near the area include; Apsley railway station, Boxmoor railway station, Kings Langley railway station, and Harpenden railway station. On top of this, there area is also close to many airports, which make travelling to and from the UK very easy. Nearby airports include; Luton airport, Northolt airport, London Heathrow airport and its terminals, Cranfield airport, and London City airport.
The HP2 area has many transport links, for those who enjoy visitors or need to commute to work. For your move to the area to be easy and stress-free, make sure you book with Man and Van. We can meet all your moving needs and can even supply you with a free moving checklist, so that your mind can be at rest during your move. One item on the checklist is to remember to reserve a parking space in front of your new house or office. This space provides the moving vehicle with a place to park, which can minimise possible delays. To reserve a space, visit Dacorum Borough Council’s website.
Postcode Gaddesden Row nearby postcodes HP1, HP3