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Your removal company SW7 will go by a lot easier if you hire a professional moving company SW7 to do all the hard work for you. Man and Van have a great team of strong, service minded movers who will be delighted to help you and your family move out and into your new home. We only hire staff that has lots of experience and who will make sure that your belongings will be taken care of. During this stressful time when relocating, the last thing you need is probably to have to think about how many boxes you want to buy or borrow or how to pack your things in a good way so that nothing will break. We will help you from the very beginning. We will help you plan how many boxes you will need and what will go in each one. We will provide you with the best service and equipment there is, always with a smile on our faces. Our man with van SW7 will transport all your things carefully after we have packed them and then carry it into your new home for you to start off your new life. Give us a call on 020 8811 8922 and we will give you all the information that you need plus it will give you an opportunity to tell us what you want help with and we will let you know the charges. We will not do more or less of what you tell us, in case you don’t want the rate to go up. We will also help you with a schedule and a price plan and see what help we can give you for the best price possible. Man and Van will make sure that your moving day will go by smoothly and without any pain. So why do it all by yourself when we are here to support you?. Pick up the phone and call us now.
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. The postcode originated as the SW district in 1857 and gained some of the area of the S district in 1868 while the rest went to the postcode SE and was split up into numbered districts in 1917. 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.
SW7 is the postcode that belongs to the London district of South Kensington and also covers parts of Knightsbridge. It is located in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea but it is rather hard to describe the abstract boundaries but a common description is the area around the underground station and the adjoining garden streets and squares like the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Thurloe Square.
Please, to help us help you, have a look at the parking regulations of the district for the day of so that we have some place near your house to park the vehicle so that we do not block any traffic. Do it on the borough website right here.
Postcode South Kensington nearby postcodes SW1, SW3, SW5, SW10, W2, W8