W1 Movers

Hassle-free W1 movers, providing moving services for residence of Mayfair in London and surrounding areas for over a decade.

Moving and storageSpecialising in all aspects of moving households and businesses in Mayfair London – W1 and surrounding areas of W1, W1K, W1J, W1S, WC1, WC2. We offer an extensive list of moving services that enable us to personalise the entire move to suit your needs, your time schedule and your budget.

We offer a wide range of moving services forms packing the entire household or the content of a large office, our professional team of trained packers are here to help. Need a pre-move survey? we assess the volume of your goods, any risk assessment and detail inventory is a free no-obligation service that enables us to tailored every client’s individual requirements.

Do you need efficient Mayfair movers with over a decade of experience? Professional moving service and storage services.

Our aim is simply “to organise every aspect of your move as enjoyable as possible”. Our Mayfair Movers with years of experience will provide the manpower, resources and skills needed for a successful stress-free move.

In addition to providing full removals to the residence of Mayfair w1 and surrounding postcode, we also provide a cost-effective “Man and Van” service for people who only have a small amount to move whatever the distance whether single items, flats, houses or businesses, we can pack, move and store your goods tailoring each client’s needs and requirements into a flexible package.


Are you de-cluttering or just a few items or an entire household to store? Our W1 storage options are the most cost-effective with a free collection and a great discount.

Storage rates from as little as 99p per day.

Our Secure cost-effective Storage Options allow you to store anything from a single item to the entire contents of your household or businesses for as long as you need. Again simply select the option that suits you. Our storage prices beat any self storage providers in Mayfair and surrounding areas by far.

If you are planning relocating our Movers in W1 are experience International Removals team  they will ensure that every aspect of your move is successful as planned, with rich understanding and knowledge of global shipping, a network of a trusted local agent that will arrange with you to deliver your goods into your new home


How Do I Get Started?

Every aspect of our process from getting a quote is simple you can use any of the methods listed below and get started today by calling 0800 781 9629 or
Request A Quote    Pre Move Survey    Request a Call Back




Overview of the area W1.

Mayfair is named after the annual fortnight-long May Fair that took place on the site that is Shepherd Market today (from 1686 until it was banned in that location in 1764). Until 1686, the May Fair was held in Haymarket, and after 1764, it moved to Fair Field in Bow because the well-to-do residents of the area felt the fair lowered the tone of the neighbourhood.[1]

Mayfair was anciently part of the parish of St Martin in the Fields and became part of St George Hanover Square in 1724. The new parish stretched to Bond Street in the southern part of Mayfair and almost to Regent Street north of Conduit Street. The northern boundary was Oxford Street and the southern boundary fell short of Piccadilly. The parish continued west of Mayfair into Hyde Park and then south to include Belgravia and other areas.

The old telephone district of Mayfair (later 629) changed east of Bond Street to REGent (later 734). Most of the area was first developed between the mid 17th century and the mid 18th century as a fashionable residential district, by a number of landlords, the most important of them being the Dukes of Westminster, the Grosvenor family. The Rothschild bought up large areas of Mayfair in the 19th century. The freehold of a large section of Mayfair also belongs to the Crown Estate.

The district is now mainly commercial, with many offices in converted houses and new buildings, including major corporate headquarters, a concentration of hedge funds, real estate businesses and many different embassy offices, namely the U.S.’s large office taking up all the west side of Grosvenor Square.[2] Rents are among the highest in London and the world. There remains a substantial quantity of residential property as well as some exclusive shopping and London’s largest concentration of luxury hotels and many restaurants. Buildings in Mayfair include both the Canadian High Commission and the United States embassy in Grosvenor Square, the Royal, The Handel House Museum, the Grosvenor House HotelClaridge‘s and The Dorchester.

The renown and prestige of Mayfair could have grown in the popular mind because it is the most expensive property on the British Monopoly set.


Mayfair has become an attractive location away from the City of London for private banks, hedge funds and wealth managers. The Egyptian Education Bureau is located in Chesterfield Gardens. EasyGroup has its head office in Mayfair. Cadbury formerly had its head office in Mayfair. In 2007, Cadbury Schweppes announced that it was moving to UxbridgeLondon Borough of Hillingdon, to cut costs. Mayfair also boasts some of the capital’s most exclusive shops, hotels, restaurants and clubs. Just alongside Burlington House is one of London’s most luxurious shopping areas, the Burlington Arcade, which has housed shops under its glass-roofed promenade since 1819.


For education in Mayfair, see List of schools in the City of Westminster.

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea:  Mayfair, Belgravia, Chelsea, South Kensington, Hyde Park, Sloane Square.