Moving house to Staines Upon Thames in Surrey with Central Moves
Removal Company for Staines
Central Moves Specialising in all aspects of moving households and businesses in the Staines 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 understand that moving home or office can be very stressful. We will tailor our Staines removal service to your exact specifications, ensuring your move to or from Staines goes precisely as you planned. all moves are covered by free Insurance up to £50,000 to start with.
FREE on the day of your move
- Wardrobe Cartons
- Mattress Protectors
- Sofa Protectors
- Carpet Runners
- T.V Covers
- Picture & Mirror Bags
- Spare Packing Materials
We look forward to helping you with your Staines Removal so please do not hesitate to contact us for further advice or assistance.
Or to book an esitmator to take a visual of your property or simply fill out our on-line estimate form for a quotation or talk to one of our advisors you can Office: 020 8892 8931 Freephone: 0800 216123
Living in Staines Upon Thames
Staines-upon-Thames, commonly referred to simply as Staines, is a town on the River Thames in the borough of Spelthorne in Surrey, England. The town changed its official name from Staines to Staines-upon-Thames on 20 May 2012.
The town is within the western bounds of the M25 motorway, 17 miles west south-west of Charing Cross in London. It is within the London Commuter Belt of South East England . Egham, namely Egham Hythe , which contains a significant business area within the county, and some of the town’s oldest listed buildings. The town does not exceed 4m above river level, it has no woods but instead has a large number of parks and leisure centres. London Heathrow Airport is centred 3 miles away and the railway station is a main stop on the London Waterloo to Reading Line.
The town centre is fairly compact and mainly focused on a wide pedestrianised High Street, housing many familiar High Sreet names. Smaller independent units can be found in Church Street, Clarence Street and the eastern end of the High Street. A market is held every Wednesday and Saturday in the pedestrianised High Street. It is one of the largest and busiest street markets in Surrey Church Street . A moderately-sized shopping centre (Elmsleigh) is directly behind the High Street. The Two Rivers retail park was opened in 2002 and is bisected by the confluence of the rivers Wraysbury and Colne. Retailers as well as a Vue cinema, gym and cafes.
Church Street and Lammas Lane house the oldest properties clustered around the parish church of St Mary. Much housing in the town has garden plots and most neighbourhoods have green spaces such as (Staines Moor, Shortwood Common, Knowle Green, Leacroft, The Lammas and the sports fields and farms on the borders of Laleham. Many of the parks belonged to former grand houses, see Laleham for Lord Lucan’s ‘Laleham House’ which became a Roman Catholic Abbey for a century. Since the late 20th century listed luxury apartments in the post town have been created there and at Duncroft Manor.