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Removals in Ravenscourt Park W4

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Our Ravenscourt Park W4 removal specialists can provide free quotes, a full packing service and all labour requirements in Ravenscourt Park W4 moving.
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Ravenscourt Park W4
Fleet Street EC4

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 Clearly label each box stating the destination room and contents Fleet Street EC4.

Our goal - to provide quality removal services to our customers in the London at affordable prices.

Moving from Blackfriars EC4 to a flat or house in Fleet Street EC4 or City EC4 we are always on duty.

We mostly specialise in house removals in regions like Blackfriars EC4, Fleet Street EC4, City EC4, flat removals in St Paul's EC4, Temple EC4, St Pancras WC1 and many more.

We offer office removals in Bloomsbury WC1 or Kings Cross WC1 but not only.

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W4 Removals services in Ravenscourt Park

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Places of interest in W4

30 St Mary Axe

Architects limit double glazing in residential houses to avoid the inefficient convection of heat, but the tower exploits this effect. The shafts pull warm air out of the building during the summer and warm the building in the winter using passive solar heating. The shafts also allow sunlight to pass through the building, making the work environment more pleasing, and keeping the lighting costs down. The primary methods for controlling wind-excited sways are to increase the stiffness, or increase damping with tuned/active mass dampers. To a design by Arup, its fully triangulated perimeter structure makes the building sufficiently stiff without any extra reinforcements. Despite its overall curved glass shape, there is only one piece of curved glass on the building ? the lens-shaped cap at the very top.[2]

St Mary Axe

St Mary Axe was a medieval parish in London whose name survives on the street it formerly occupied, St Mary Axe. The church itself was demolished in 1561 and its parish united with that of St Andrew Undershaft, which is on the corner of St Mary Axe and Leadenhall Street. The name derives from the combination of the church dedicated to the Virgin Mary and a neighbouring tavern, which prominently displayed a sign with an axe image.

Fenchurch Street railway station

The station facade is of grey stock brick and has a rounded gable roof. In the 1960s a flat awning over the entrance was replaced with the zig-zag canopy seen today. Above, the first floor facade has 11 round-arched windows, and above these is the station clock, which has been returned to working order in recent years. The station has four platforms arranged on two islands elevated on a viaduct. The station operates at capacity, especially during peak hours, thus making it impossible for another rail operator to serve Fenchurch Street. To avoid overcrowding of the station, trains arriving during the morning peak period use alternate island platforms whenever possible. Office blocks (including the 15 floor One America Square) have been built above the station platforms in two places with only one short section of canopied platform and another short section of exposed platform. The station has two exits; a main entrance to Fenchurch Place and another with access to Tower Hill Underground Station. The main station concourse is arranged on two levels connected by stairs, escalators and lifts. There is a ticket office and automatic ticket barriers at each entrance and retail outlets located on both levels of the station.

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Manor House tube station

Platform roundel

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