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If you have done this before you know well what is awaiting; moving boxes, planning, packing and possible delays; a real nightmare and headache maker. Maybe this time moving it doesn’t have to be that hard. Try Man and Van to experience the best SW3 moving company you can find. We keep our prices low and offer great removal service. We can provide you with up to date supplies, storage area, packing and carrying help etc. Call us today and we will give you all the information that you need for a successful move. Your interests come first and we will do everything in our power to make moving day a happy one. This team of friendly, service minded, strong movers are used to this and will do the work for you fast and safe. You will even get insurance if one of your items, unlikely, would be damaged in any way. You will also get time to focus your strength and energy on something other than packing and lifting. You can now enjoy moving lots more. Now it will actually be piece a cake. Our movers and men with vans will help you pack everything, label and seal the boxes, help you cover the furniture so that they won’t get scratched while carrying them. Everything will be carried out to our up to date van and transported to your new address. There you will get help with carrying everything to its right place. We can also provide you with storage space for the moving time or for a longer time. So the choice is not that hard, go with us and your moving day will be a happy memory free from pain and headaches. Call us today 020 8811 8922 and get a free non-obligation quote and more information.
SW is the postcode area of the Battersea district and covers the south western London and has 29 postcode districts with the South Western parts covering SW1-SW10 and Battersea covering SW11-SW20. SW95 is used by the Department for Work and Pensions and is a non-geographical postcode. SW covers each side of River Thames and SW1 has a coverage of the London central on the northern bank of Thames between Chelsea Bridge and Hungerford Bridge and contains the Tate Gallery, Thames House Westminster Abbey, Whitehall, Westminster School and Dolphin Square. The postcode districts of SW2–SW10 create the inner part with SW3, SW5 and SW6, SW7 plus SW10. The postcodes SW11 to SW20 include the outer area.
SW3 is the postcode that belongs to the London district of Chelsea in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and covers also Brompton and parts of Knightsbridge. The neighborhood has the River Thames in the south and Brompton / South Kensington north and Fulham in the northwest and to the east it borders Chelsea Bridge. The area was historically an Anglo-Saxon settlement. The name "Chelsea" is probably derived from the Anglo-Saxon word for limestone; Cealchyoe. The first ever written about the area is a listing in the Doomsday Book of "Chelsea Manor" which describes how the king's governor hands over the property to the Abbot of Westminster. The property has had many royals’ residents over the years; the most famous is probably Princess Elizabeth – who later became Queen Elizabeth I. In 1694 Chelsea had about three thousand inhabitants and served as London's "garden" and the area was quite wealthy, which still characterizes the inhabitants in modern days.
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Postcode Chelsea nearby postcodes SW1, SW8, SW11, SW10, SW7