PICK&MOVE Storage Kensington London is a flexible and convenient alternative to traditional self-storage. We collect from your doorstep we deliver too, you never have to visit storage facilities again. PICK&MOVE mobile storage units are quickly becoming the primary choice for both home and business uses. We understand and respect the value of both time and convenience.
If you need storage to rent in Kensington, our professional and friendly staff is here to help guide you in choosing the most appropriate choice for your temporary or long term storage needs. Whatever the project maybe renovating your home or freeing up valuable office space or perhaps travelling abroad we got you covered.
Storage unit cost starts as little as £9.95 per week, even better our storage offers and a discount is the envy of our competitors, Are you in need of Long term storage in Kensington? Get a QUOTE and receive 25% and 10% discount respectively depending on the size of storage units, Even better free collection + Insurance is included absolutely free of charge.
STORAGE FACILITIES IN KENSINGTON
We can help simplify your storage needs. at short notice, we can supply boxes and packaging pack the entire contents of your home or office we do all the hard work for you without lifting a finger. Traditional storage facilities Kensington is a DIY option, cumbersome and expensive storage units. Pick&Move provide you with dry, clean and secure modern storage facilities without fear of moisture or humidity better value, greater flexibility and the ultimate in convenience to meet specific storage needs. Self Storage near me? we covered all surrounding areas of Kensington and Chelsea, Nottinghill, Holland Park, look no further than Pick&move storage collection and delivery from your doorstep.
STORAGE UNITS TO RENT IN KENSINGTON
PICK&MOVE Storage units with varieties of sizes to chose. Our flexible storage options are popular in the area with individuals and businesses alike we offer units of all sizes, and our staff will always be happy to help you find the perfect one to suit your needs. Our services prove to be particularly helpful to people living in, moving into, or moving out of the local area so don’t hesitate to get in touch if you need somewhere safe to store some furniture! Remember We Collect We Store We Deliver on-demand. Need help with sizes to try our storage size guild
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KENSINGTON AREA INFORMATION:
Kensington is a district of west and central London, England within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. An affluent and densely-populated area, its commercial heart is Kensington High Street, and it contains the well-known museum district of South Kensington. To the north, Kensington is bordered by Notting Hill, to the east, by Brompton and Knightsbridge, to the south, by Chelsea and Earl’s Court, and to the west, by Hammersmith and Shepherd’s Bush.
Kensington houses Europe’s largest roof garden, owned by Virgin entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson. Princess Diana’s former residence of Kensington Palace lies “Billionaires Row” and Kensington Palace Gardens, which is one of the most exclusive roads in the world, home to Lakshmi Mittal and Leonard Blavatnik.
Fun Fact – The area is first mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, where it was written in Latin as “Chenesitone”, which has been interpreted to have originally been “Kenesignetun” (Kenesigne’s land or meadows) in Anglo-Saxon.
The streets of Kensington may not be paved with gold but, in terms of real estate, they might as well be. The most desirable area, where you’ll find many a multi-million-pound residence, is between Kensington High Street, up and over to Notting Hill Gate. The Royal Borough (given ‘Royal’ status in 1901) has been home to the monarchy since 1689. Their well-tended gardens at Kensington Palace are open to the public, as are those of Holland Park. When it comes to shopping, Kensington High Street has every high street brand you can think of with the landmark Barkers building reminding us of the street’s history in retail supremacy. With popular parks, museums and shops in easy reach and a crowd of competing hotels nearby, Kensington is brilliant for tourists wanting to be that little way out of the centre. There’s also a history of putting on fairs and exhibitions: Olympia’s pretty glass covered main hall was originally called the National Agricultural Hall. Opening its doors on Boxing Day 1886, the Paris Hippodrome Circus started a tradition in entertainment on the grounds with around 400 performers, 300 horses and six elephants.