Hampstead Home and Office Relocation Made Easy With Pick&Move Moving Service Removals in Hampstead
Moving from NW3 to any location short or long distance? We’re the Mover for you!
Our highly-trained staff will work with you to ensure every step of your move is handled with care, and we will answer any of your questions along the way. When you choose Pick&Move Moving and Storage as your local mover, you can rest easy knowing your belongings are being taken care of by experience Hampstead moving company. We are dedicated to getting your move done right; on-time, every time.
We also offer these local moving services in NW3:
- Packing – Many customers prefer to have their belongings packed professionally to avoid risk of damage. You may choose to customize your packing options by requesting Pick&Move to pack all of your items or only those that are fragile or of high value.
- Debris Removal – As a courtesy to you and to the environment, Pick&Move can customize your quote to arrange for debris removal at your new destination.
- Supplies – Pic&Move can arrange for moving supplies, including boxes, wrapping paper and bubble wrap.
- Storage – Cheaper than Self Storage, Mobile portable units offer better alternatives for temporary or long-term storage when a little extra space is needed
Secure storage in NW3 alternative at the fraction of the cost of self storage, there is no better deal in the market
Our expert team work tirelessly to ensure our Storage are clean and meet the highest standards for safety..So, if you’ve just sold your house, but haven’t quite found a new home yet, or maybe you’re moving to an apartment and won’t have as much room and need to store your belongings for a few weeks or a few months, call Pick&Move Moving & Storage today or fill out the form on this page to receive a free quote!
Our International Removals coordinators have plenty of experience in the relocation process. They will advise you throughout the entire move process and provide information about customs documents, regulations and pre-move details. Our moving coordinators make the transition to another country easy. To transport all of your furniture and belongings, we utilize our container shipping service 20ft or 40ft on FCL or LCL, we also offer excess baggage shipment.
You can use our free online quote form to get a quote OR.calling 0800 781 9629
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Overview of Hampstead NW3:
‘West London’ is a relatively recent name – for much of its life this area was known as the village of West End. While London and Belsize experienced growth spurts in the 18th century, as they serviced the wealthy and fashionable visitors on their weekend retreats, West End was quite happy to stay isolated from any and all of its neighbours. In fact, it wasn’t until the middle of the 19th century that the population breached the 500 mark, but it was allegedly still so tranquil that it was possible to hear the chimes of Big Ben.
However, industry inevitably arrived, agriculture receded, and the village grew and changed and became West London. The biggest shock to the area was the coming of the railways. Being on a strategic route to London, four separate railway lines quickly appeared in the 19th century, criss-crossing the community. This is still evident today, with no fewer than four mainline/tube stations concentrated in the one relatively small area.
Figures from the Arts seem to have found West London attractive, and distinguished residents have included Evelyn Waugh, Thomas Hardy, A. A. Milne, George Orwell, T. S. Eliot and H. G. Wells. More recently, Imelda Staunton, Emma Thompson, Doris Lessing, Burt Kwouk and Rachel Stevens have all been sighted in the area.
The 20th century history of West London would be a familiar story to many Londoners. Bombed in WWII – the railways being a particular target – it experienced rebuilding and regeneration in the post-war years, including high-rise developments of varying levels of aesthetic appeal. Some of these have endured, others have not. Nevertheless, West London gained in popularity as a residential area towards the end of the 19th Century, with excellent transport links, a community atmosphere and good shops and facilities making it attractive to a young intake of buyers and renters. This popularity continues into the new millennium, making it one of the best places to rent or get on the property ladder in North West London.