Archive for the ‘Moving To a New Area’ Category

How to Tell Staff You Are Moving Office

January 22nd, 2021
At the Best Moving Company, we know that switching offices is an event that entails several challenges and processes related to planning, timely organisation, and an internal and external logistics synchronisation.  And whatever the reasons for a professional office move – for example, you need more space, the rent has increased or your business needs commercial relocation because of ...

Buying a New Build: A Definitive Checklist For Homeowners

December 21st, 2020
With more housing developments appearing all over the country, many buyers are opting to buy a new build when moving house. A popular option for first-time buyers especially, new builds come with the appeal of starting out from scratch and putting your own stamp on things.  (more…)

Moving home? Tips to help you get out on the day!

February 16th, 2018
Moving home? 6 top tips to ensure you can move out on the day! The feeling you get when you’ve finally unpacked all your gear in your new place is hugely exhilarating for most people. (more…)

Planning to move out and sell your property? When is the best time to drop your asking price?

February 13th, 2018
The housing market is almost impossible to predict. An area that was the must-buy location can soon fall into the abyss and be one of those areas you will struggle to sell it. So with all that in mind we look at when is the best time to move out and consider dropping your asking price, if you should at ...

Kingston Upon Thames Area Guide

September 1st, 2016
In This Kingston Upon Thames Guide You Will Find updated: 30.04.2019 Overview Things to Do in Kingston Upon Thames Eating Sports Shopping Transport in the Area Housing in the Borough Overview Market place in Kingston upon Thames. Image source: Kreepin Deth / Wikipedia. Throughout the ages Kingston was an ancient market where mighty and not so mighty kings of ...

Where in London Should You Live – A Guide to Several London Areas

May 25th, 2016
While there aren’t many things in life that can both excite and frighten us, moving to a new place is definitely high on the list. Because relocation is not the simple act of carrying your heavy weighted possessions from point A to point B. You’ll also need to spend an excruciating amount of time to pick ...

Hammersmith Area Guide – Facts about the West London Area of Hammersmith

March 24th, 2016
Located about 7 km west of Charing Cross, Hammersmith (postcode W6) is a combined district in London with both residential and business buildings. It is also known as a multi-cultural area with great river views, awesome night life, terrific restaurants and cafes, and most of all – a charming and beautiful London area. Facts about the Hammersmith district: It is located ...

Finchley Area Guide – Why Live in the North London Area of Finchley

February 10th, 2016
Updated:29.04.2019 Ballards Lane, Finchley, London borough of Barnet, England. Source: Wikipedia The combination of quiet streets and picturesque homes makes Finchley one of the best residential areas for families. Furthermore, it has four tube stations, a variety of bus routes, and roads linking it to the M1 highway and the North Circular Road go through the area. ...

Kilburn Area Guide – Facts about the London Area of Kilburn

January 26th, 2016
Hampstead and Kilburn within London. Source: Wikipedia Famous with the fact that it has the largest Irish population of any London area, Kilburn is one of the multi-cultural centres of the capital. It’s located 6 kilometres north-west of Charing Cross and has been an important part of London ever since Roman times. Area of Kilburn Overview Most of ...

Dalston Area Guide – Facts about the London Area of Dalston

January 15th, 2016
Area of Dalston Overview Culture house in Dalston area. Source: Wikipedia Along with Kingsland, Shacklewell, and Newington, Dalston was one of the small villages within the Parish of Hackney. The first written record that is left is from 1294 where the village’s name is mentioned as Derleston. An interesting fact is that in the 13th century, there was ...