Our Clerkenwell EC1 removal specialists can provide free quotes, a full packing service and all labour requirements in Clerkenwell EC1 moving.
Saffron Hill EC1 removals EAST LONDON
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Our goal - to provide quality removal services to our customers in the London at affordable prices.
Moving from Saffron Hill EC1 to a flat or house in Farringdon EC1 or St Pancras WC1 we are always on duty.
We mostly specialise in house removals in regions like Saffron Hill EC1, Farringdon EC1, St Pancras WC1, flat removals in Bloomsbury WC1, Kings Cross WC1, Strand WC2 and many more.
We offer office removals in Holborn WC2 or Bishopsgate EC2 but not only.
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Places of interest in EC1
The pier and Shakespeare's Globe
Tate Modern has attracted more visitors than originally expected and plans to expand it have been in preparation for some time. These plans have focused on three areas for expansion all to the south of the building:
During the first decade of the street's existence, many large commercial buildings were built along the street. The Hop Exchange, of 1874, is the most notable building at the northern side filling most of the quadrant formed by the street and the railway viaduct. Built in the 1870s, the former Menier Chocolate Factory factory on Southwark Street was converted to an arts complex that incorporates an art gallery, restaurant, and theatre, opening in 2004. In 1932 Borough Market built a formal gateway with administrative offices at Nos 6 and 8. In 1958 the Trustees erected a small office building at the junction with Stoney Street 'St Margaret's House'. At No 110, the western-end of the street, is the headquarters of IPC Magazines at the 'Blue Fin Building' completed in 2007.
The boundaries of Hornsey neighbourhood today are not clearly defined. Since the Municipal Borough of Hornsey was abolished in 1965, the name may refer either to the N8 postal district which includes Crouch End and part of Harringay, or to an area centred around Hornsey High Street, at the eastern end of which is the churchyard and tower of the former parish church which used to be the administrative centre of Hornsey (parish).
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