Man And Van Stratford The Cheapest Moving Company In E15
Man And Van Stratford removals are home and office moving company Stratford E15. Having years of experience in Stratford House Removals, we assure best services at very competitive rates. Our rates for Man And Van are charged on hourly rates without any hidden charges. We at Man And Van Hire Stratford do all the loading of your items, help you in packing and guarantee safe relocation. Our vans are equipped with tail lifts, and it helps a lot in loading and unloading of the items with safety.
We are expert in house and office relocation. Every week we cater to lots of clients who are referred to us by our satisfied customers. No job is too big or small for Man And Van Stratford. We can cater for all your domestic and commercial relocation needs and requirements. Man And A Van Stratford are fully trained certified Removals Company in Stratford E15. It is because of our reliable and efficient services that most of the property agents in Stratford always recommend our Removals services to their tenants.
Our Stratford House Clearance and Office Clearance services are available to help you in getting rid of all your unwanted items in just one phone call. We can remove any furniture and fixture from your premises and dispose them at the nearest dumping station at a very competitive rate. Our house and office clearance services are based on fixed charges. We at Man And Van Stratford can dismantle any items for the purpose of Reading Removals from your home or office.
All of our Man with a Van services are available seven days a week, and we never charge extra for weekend or public holidays. We at Stratford Removals also offer after hour services for your Office Relocation & Clearance so that your employees are not disturbed during the regular working hours.
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About Stratford – Man And Van Stratford
Located within the London Borough of Newham and around 5 miles from central London, Stratford is a residential town with a thriving commercial centre not to mention the focus of London’s 2012 Olympic Games. Stratford is excellently serviced by public transport having London Underground presence at Stratford station on the Central and Jubilee Lines, DLR services to Lewisham via Canary Wharf and a host of over ground links too including some C2C services and trains to East Anglia. Factor in the new Stratford International station due to open soon and part of the Stratford City redevelopment plan and you have a veritable hive of communication. It’s also easily reached by road and bus. Stratford’s history dates back to 1135 and it was originally formed of two villages either side of the River Lea. It wasn’t until 1839 with the arrival of the railways that Stratford became anything other than open countryside in the county of Essex. It was home to a notable fruit and vegetable market and a covered street market, remnants of which remain in the aisles of the current shopping centre. The old wholesale market site is now used to house workshops associated with London Underground’s Jubilee Line. Much later in 1965, Stratford was absorbed into the entirely new London Borough of Newham and again the whole face of Stratford is due to change as the hugely ambitious Stratford City development plan rolls ever forward, with plans to include a vast shopping centre comparable to Bluewater in Kent, around five thousand new homes and a host of commercial buildings and public facilities. All this will bring Stratford up to the level of being one of the most important metropolitan centers in the East of London, as well as making it capable of handling all the demands of an Olympic games. You would be entitled to think then that the existing shopping facilities here are inadequate and that would not be a fair assessment at all. The existing facilities are located conveniently close to the station, and while not new by modern standards( built on an island site in 1965) it offers more than acceptable shopping in a convenient environment with good small shops mixed with indoor and outdoor market stalls. Close to the shopping center is Stratford ‘s Cultural quarter, an area playing host to a large cinema, a theater some trendy and popular bars and restaurants. On a cultural level also Stratford is home to a campus of the University Of London and part of The University of East London. Stratford has a good selection of bars and restaurants, try The Fox bar in the cultural quarter or to eat head to King Edward VII Brasserie on Broadway, and it s seemingly very good. Famous people from Stratford include Gerard Manley Hopkins the poet and Tony Banks the Labour politician. Historical Place of interest: The ornate St John’s Church.
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