Removals Battersea – SW11

We pride ourselves in offering a removals service in Battersea SW11 that not only meets, but exceeds even the highest expectations. From the very best packing materials, to the most experienced removal professionals, to the very high standard in customer service. We work hard to ensure your move is stress free as possible. For over 10 years Pick&Move has been providing low cost moving service to all residence of Battersea nearby areas.

 

Get Started With a Free Removal Quotation.

We offer a comprehensive list of moving services which enable us to personalise the entire move to suit your needs, your time schedule and your budget.we make it easy for you to estimate costs by offering every potential client a free survey and estimate. Purpose of survey is to assist in getting you the right quotation by assessing the volume of work needed to be done and any special requirements.  Pre Move survey are free no obligation where possible or alternatively you can complete online quote form.

 

Man and Van Service in W11

We put in you control of the cost  on pay as you go , you only pay for the time its has taken to complete your move our “Man and Van” service for people who only have small amount to move whatever the distance whether single items, flats, houses or businesses, All physical loading and unloading is done by our professional SW11 team of moving professionals. Furniture’s are dismantled and reassemble and boxes delivered for self pack or simply let Pick&Move do all your packing while you relax.

 

We Made Household and Business Storage Cheaper.

Yes we cheaper than any Self Storage providers in Battersea by far, we offer low cost mobile storage for house and businesses in SW11. Our  low cost Storage Options allow you to store your household excess or furniture, or a gap between moving house or maybe as an extension to your business, store your unused furniture and inventories freely up valuable office space.

 

Why Not Plan Your Next Relocation With Pick&Move.

We offer door to door or port to hand-out, and cover most common destination ,our  International Removals service, giving you the best possible relocation solution. Our removalists have years of experience , we plan every move around you with network of global partners to assist you in your chosen destinations. Our team of internationally experienced personnel will put you at ease and guide you through the relocations process from start to finish.

 

 

CALL OUR FRIENDLY TEAM TODAY ON 0800 781 9629 FOR A FREE QUOTATION or Request A Quote   

 

 

 

About Battersea – SW11.

Overview of the area
Battersea powers into number one spot
The iconic Battersea Power Station, built between 1929 and 1939, is one of Britain’s most recognisable landmarks, and is also claimed to be the largest brick building in Europe. Architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott also designed the red telephone box, Liverpool Cathedral, and another power station on the south side of the Thames in London—Bankside, now better known as Tate Modern. Battersea Power Station famously appeared—complete with flying pigs—on the cover of Pink Floyd’s 1977 album, Animals.
Battersea doesn’t have a dogs’ home. Battersea Dogs Home (now Battersea Dogs & Cats Home) was established in Holloway, north London, in 1860 and moved to its present home in 1871. Despite the name, it is not actually in Battersea but neighbouring Nine Elms. Scottish comedian Chic Murray told a joke about being stopped by someone in London, who said, “Excuse me, do you know the Battersea Dogs Home?” Murray replied, “Actually, I never knew it had been away.” … but Battersea did have another dog

In 1904 the National Anti-Vivisection Society erected a drinking fountain in Battersea’s Latchmere Park. On top of the fountain sat a statue of a brown dog supposedly killed by vivisection. It became the scene of many battles between pro-vivisectionists and anti-vivisectionists, and was finally removed in 1910 to restore the peace.
The Brown Dog Affair was just one example of Battersea’s radical politics
In the late 19th century a Battersea branch of the first socialist party, the Social Democratic Foundation, was formed. One of its members, John Burns, was elected Independent Labour Party MP for Battersea North in 1892.
Battersea also gave the UK its first black mayor—John Archer in 1913. And in 1922, the famous Bombay-born politician Shapurji Saklatvala was elected Communist Party MP for Battersea.

You won’t struggle to get to Battersea
Although, like many places in south London, it doesn’t have a London Underground station, Battersea isn’t short of strong transport links. The main train station, confusingly called Clapham Junction despite being in Battersea, is reckoned to be the UK’s busiest railway station. And Battersea Heliport is also the busiest heliport in England (though it can’t compete with Aberdeen heliport, which serves the North Sea oil rigs and is actually the world’s busiest).

Areas near Battersea? SW11
Wandsworth Borough Council :: Clapham, Wandsworth, Vauxhall, Chelsea, Stockwell, Earlsfield, Pimlico, Fulham, Battersea, Chelsea, Battersea , Brixton, Stockwell, Balham, Vauxhall, Wandsworth.