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The best places for business in London

Canary Wharf

There is very little doubt in the fact that London is indeed among the best places for business in the world. The annual turnover that is being produced by the English capital every year is a very clear indication of that fact. But what exactly the optimal locations for business in the metropolis look like? Let’s take a look. The Square Mile The term, as you may already know, refers to a certain portion of the City of London where some of the most famous buildings and institutions are located. The historic and administrative heart of the City, the Squire Mile is indeed one of the best places for business in the world. Here you will share a location with...

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Office Relocation – Safety Must Come First

Moving box with a “Fragile” label on it

When businesses are moving office, many of them focus their efforts on making the relocation process faster and cheaper and that is quite natural. However, safety is also an important factor – possibly even the most important one when it comes to business removals. Compared to domestic moves, office relocations are much riskier because they: Must be completed in a very narrow window of time Involve the removal of heavy office equipment and furniture Are usually organised by the employees themselves It is important to consider all the risks that come with every business move, especially if you are planning to use help from your team of employees. One word can change everything A particularly powerful word that can save...

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Exploring Hounslow and Its Diverse Districts

Heathrow Airport

Hounslow might be a London Borough today, but only a few decades ago it was part of the historic county of Middlesex. That is certainly why some of the districts on its territory look as if they have accidentally ended up becoming a part of the English capital. This outer city borough in west London is notable for being home to one of the world’s busiest airports – Heathrow. Maybe, if it wasn’t for the airport, Hounslow would have still been a rural and underdeveloped part of the UK capital. The construction of the facility transformed the borough quickly and it allowed the local districts and localities to grow together with it. Some the borough’s busiest districts Hounslow is the...

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Packing tips for a successful move across London

Cardboard boxes

Feeling stressed about your upcoming move? No matter whether you have full property relocation ahead of you, or you just need to get a single bulky piece of furniture from point A to point B in the big city, there are a lot of things that can go wrong for sure. There is however one foolproof way to guarantee that your goods arrive at their assigned destination safely and without any problems. That’s to pack them properly for transportation. Here is how you do it. The basic elements of a successful packing process You are going to find countless pieces of advice on exactly how you are supposed to do your packing properly. While those might be useful in a...

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Best cities in England to to live besides London

London may be England’s most famous and attractive city but it isn’t the only urban area that has plenty to offer to its residents. Here are five English cities that you should consider moving to if you are looking to change your surroundings. Newcastle upon Tyne Shortly known as Newcastle, this city lies in the northern parts of England. It has an estimate population of 1.7 million people, metropolitan area included. Newcastle is renowned for its charismatic architecture and is developed around Pons Aelius an ancient Roman settlement. It is home to several world famous landmarks such as Gateshead Millennium Bridge, Theatre Royal, Newcastle Castle, Sage Gateshead, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art and St. James’s Park, home to Newcastle United...

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The London Chinatown – a marvellous place

Many things come to mind when one thinks about London. The English capital is one of the most magnificent cities in the world, and also one where one can live comfortably. When talking about living in London however, most people would be more inclined to choose some quite suburb to move houses to like Chase Cross RM5, not some of the more central districts where life could be pretty busy and stressful. But Central London is definitely the most exciting part of the capital. The London Chinatown is actually the one place which is a true epitome of this fact. Let’s see whether or not you already knew those facts that Rabbit Man and Van Chinatown’s own team has gathered...

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The Better Places to Live in Lewisham

Mountsfield Park, Lewisham

The London Borough of Lewisham is located to the south east of Central London, with the River Thames forming a portion of the northern border of the borough. We at Rabbit Man and Van are always on the lookout for the trendiest and most comfortable residential areas in Greater London at any given moment, and we know that Lewisham has a lot to offer to anyone looking for a place to stay in the capital that is: Comfortable Not excessively expensive Well connected to the City Safe and actually interesting So here we would like to point out our four top choices for the best residential areas in the London Borough of Lewisham as we have seen them very recently....

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Home Moving in London – Avoid The Nightmare

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Did you know that moving homes is one of the most stressful experiences a person goes through in their adult life? At least that is what science-backed research tells us. We are not telling you this is order to scare you. If you are planning on moving out of your old place and settling down in another location – hoping you will feel better and more comfortable there and build a nice life for you and your family – do not despair. There is a way to reduce the stress and strain of the whole relocation process and indeed get the most out of the experience in question. We at Rabbit Man and Van are here to make sure you...

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Why is summer a good time to move houses?


Summer is fast approaching and all the good things that come with the season are also to be expected. But is summer good for removals too? There are many pretty good reasons to think so. Let’s have a look at some of them. The weather Warm, sunny, cloudless days... That’s how most people imagine summer, even here in England. The weather is one of the biggest advantages in this time of year, and it is such when it comes to moving homes too. You are much less likely to worry about rain showers on your moving day, storms or other phenomena that will make the task of loading your boxes on a truck and then unloading them at your new...

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Your Furniture Doesn’t Fit in New Home – Now What?

Large bed

When planning their relocation, many people get caught up in various trivial matters like what type of moving boxes to buy or how much packing paper will they need. That is why they often forget about the elephant in the room or in other words – the heavy furniture that they need to move. Don’t allow yourself to make such a mistake because that can greatly slow down your relocation process and increase your moving home costs as you will need to load your big sofa back on the van and transport it to your old house. Carefully measure everything To save yourself any unpleasant surprises, simply measure all the dimensions of your furniture pieces. Also, head over to your...

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