Central Moves is a removal company based in Twickenham, carrying out Removals in Kingston Upon Thames.
Removal Company for Kingston Upon Thames
Specialising in all aspects of moving households and businesses in the Kingston Upon Thames area.
Whether single items, flats, houses or offices, we can pack, move and store your goods tailoring each client?s needs and requirements into a flexible removals package.
We offer a competitively priced and professional service that can meet all of your Kingston Upon Thames based household removal, office relocation and storage requirements.
We understand that moving home or office can be very stressful. We will tailor our Kingston Upon Thames removal service to your exact specifications, ensuring your move to or from Kingston Upon Thames goes precisely as you planned. all moves are covered by free Insurance up to £50,000 to start with.
If you do not have a driveway or there are resident only bays outside your property or if you think parking will be a problem on the day of your move it is advisable to apply for a parking or yellow line suspension. You can reserve up to 5 bays outside your property on any selected day including weekends.
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If you are Moving anywhere in the borough of Kingston Upon Thames, Central Moves the quality assured Greater London Movers
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Moving to Kingston
Kingston upon Thames, also known as Kingston, is a large populated town in southwest London the local council is the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames .
Central Moves have helped many families, individuals and businesses to move to all types of properties in Kingston, areas include: New Malden, Hampton, Surbiton, Tolworth, Chessington, Worcester Park, Kingston town centre and Raynes Park.
Kingston has a broad mix of property styles, from modern developments to Edwardian, Victorian and 1920s/1930s houses. Properties range from entry level flats in the centre to expensive family homes in the Coombe Estate. In more most recent times Kingston has seen an increase in one, two and three bedroom apartments to accommodate young professionals.
Kingston’s main open space is the River Thames, with its lively frontage of bars and restaurants. Downstream there is a walk through Canbury Gardens towards Teddington Lock. Upstream there is a promenade crossing the Hogsmill river and reaching almost to Surbiton. Across Kingston Bridge is a tree lined river bank fronting the expanse of Hampton Court Park.
Central Kingston is a busy predominantly retail centre including the well known Bentall centre, a small number of commercial offices and civic buildings. Shopping is well catered for and is generally towards the upper end of expectations, with a good mixture of familiar High Street chains and more select boutiques.
The town is served by the Surrey Comet newspaper, as well as the free paper Kingston Guardian