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By hiring Man and Van you will not have to worry about hurting yourself or someone or forgetting something. Just give us a call and we will come by for a visit and have a look at both the new and your old home and calculate a moving plan and figure out how many boxes we will have to use and how big of a van we will need. This way your move will run by smoothly. Moving can be a very stressful time for you. Man and Van only hires experienced and professional Movers SE4 and will make sure that you get the best help there is for a low price. There really is no point in doing it all by yourself. Let us help you and don’t worry about anything. We will also help you plan everything so that everything can happen on your terms. Nothing is more important than for you and your family to be happy and a happy move can solve it all. Every move that we make is made with major care and we would never let any of your belongings be destroyed. Call 020 8811 8922 right now and ask us about our services and we will try and answer as much as we can. Welcome!.
SE is the postcode district area of the South Eastern part of London and is called the London SE postcode area and covers only parts of the south eastern London and correlates to the Royal Borough of Greenwich, the London Borough of Lewisham and of Southwark including smaller parts of the London Borough of Bexley and Bromley plus some of the eastern part of London Borough of Lambeth. The SE districts originated in 1857 and in 1868 reached some of the area of the S district while the rest went to the postcode area of SW. In 1917 it was divided into several numbered areas where the districts that was closest to London the number 1 and the next closest the number 2 and so on.
SE4 is the postcode that belongs to Brockley in the Borough of Lewisham. The house that dates farest back in time is the Stone House that was built in the 18th century and some of the oldest buildings here are the shops and cottages on Coulgate Street by Brockley Station. Most Brockley was rural until mid-19th century but in 1809 some industrial developments started setting the Croydon Canal in active movements and were later on replaced by the London and Croydon Railway which opened in the end of the 19th century. Many of the large houses around Brockley were mainly used by the managers and owners of factories in bigger areas like Bermondsey and Deptford since Brocksley was only a smaller development at the time. All though it houses some great churches such as the St Peters, St Mary Magdalena and St Andrews and St Hilda’s – which are both Grade II listed. SE4 became in 1889 a part of the County of London after have been a part of Kent and later on formed the Borough of Lewisham.
A good idea could also be to read through the parking rules in your area before moving day. On the borough website you can look up the parking rules regarding your specific area. Different districts have different rules so for each move there need to be rules checked out. You don’t want to stand there on the day of and having to argue with neighbors whose drive way you have blocked.
Postcode Brockley nearby postcodes SE14, SE8, SE13, SE6, SE23, SE15