Pro Advice

Avoid Some of the Winter Moving Problems

Camden Road, London, in winter

Winter is tough period of the year to move houses. If you want to avoid the stress and strain, you can easily do that however, by taking the right steps to secure your upcoming relocation. Avoid delays, damage to your goods and general headaches by following the stress-free guide that is described below. Winter proof vehicles and goods In case you will be using your own car to move, you should make sure that it is road worthy. Generally, a good set of tyres and a fully loaded battery should be enough to guarantee you will be having no problems on the road. As for your furniture and other items that are going to be transported – in addition to...

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Exploring Waltham Forest’s Most Quiet Districts

William Morris Gallery

Waltham Forest is located in North East London and it borders with the London Boroughs of Redbridge, Newham, Tower Hamlets, Hackney, Haringey and Enfield. Also, the county of Essex is set to the borough’s immediate north. Waltham Forest is not a very busy or noisy part of the English capital but it is one of the most artistic spots in the city. The Arts and Crafts Movement was founded namely here and the selection of local galleries is quite impressive. Some of the most famous art galleries and art exhibition halls in the London Borough of Waltham Forest include: 491 Gallery Tokarska Gallery William Morris Gallery Hogarth Fain & Cruikshank Arthouse Muenkel – Entertaining Art Emma Scutt LGA Theatre fans,...

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Best Cities to Live in England

Liverpool City Centre

England is home to some of the best cities in the world. This is why we decided to present to you four amazing urban areas, just in case you are planning to change the scenery and move from your current location. Newcastle upon Tyne Located in the northern parts of England, this charismatic city has an estimate population of 1.6 million people (metropolitan area included). Newcastle upon Tyne is developed around the ancient Roman settlement of Pons Aelius, which is why it has a rich cultural and historic heritage. The city is home to a wide number of world famous landmarks, such as: Gateshead Millennium Bridge Tyne Bridge James’s Park Theatre Royal The Castle Grey’s Monument Newcastle upon Tyne is...

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Proper packing can be done easily

Many moving boxes

You will often hear that moving is pretty stressful. You can come across horror stories about the all the things that can go wrong when you are relocating your house, office or even just a single item of furniture. Well, the truth is that you do not need to go into panic each time you think about your upcoming removal. It can all be done with ease and without any hassle or stress. All you need to do is prepare properly for the job. And the key to a safe, sound and smooth relocation is of course, in the packing. Gathered from a host of highly experienced professional movers, the following tips and tricks are not your usual packing advice...

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Exploring Havering – six districts to check out

Havering is one of the largest boroughs in London and covers an area of about 44 square miles in the northeastern parts of the English capital. According to the latest numbers, it has a population of approximately 250.000 people, which makes it one of the least densely populated districts in the country. Havering is comprises of numerous neighbourhoods that are home to world famous buildings, schools, parks, theatres, sporting venues and other notable places of interest. Chase Cross is an area that lies in the northern parts of the borough. It is located in close proximity to the much more popular districts of Collier Row and Romford. Until the 1930s, the neighbourhood had a rural character and was mainly inhabited...

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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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