Central Moves Ltd A Trusted Local Mover for Maidenhead in Berkshire
Removal Company for Maidenhead
Central Moves are one of the Berkshire’s top removal companies for Maidenhead who combine specialisation with our total commitment to providing a professional and personalised service, which this is why thousands of families and individuals have entrusted Central Moves with their Maidenhead home removals, furniture removals Berkshire and personal effects.
Here at Central Moves we pride ourselves in aiming to be the best Removal Company Maidenhead . We are proud to be members of the
– British Association of Removers
– The European Movers Network
– Reference Line ( see positive feedback from our customers )
and most recently BS EN 12522 , it is the first and only recognised quality Standard specifically aimed at furniture removals.
Central Moves are proud to have achieved this standard, which proves all operatives work to clearly defined and audited standards on a daily basis.
If you are Moving to the Berkshire area, Central Moves the quality assured London Movers have a number of Berkshire removal services :
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 FREEPHONE: 0800 216123
Living in Maidenhead
Maidenhead is a large town in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, in Berkshire, England. It lies south of the River Thames (although at Maidenhead the river runs north-south so the town is in fact on its west bank). Maidenhead is 25.7 miles west of Charing Cross in London, and its mainline railway station is set to be the western terminus of the Crossrail line (to and through London).
Maidenhead is in England’s Silicon Corridor along the M4 motorway west of London. Many residents commute to work in London, or to the towns of Slough and Reading.
Maidenhead’s industries include: software, plastics, pharmaceuticals, printing, and telecommunications.
Although there are attractive residential and green areas in and around Maidenhead, the town centre is what lets maidenhead down the 60’s/70’s dated look has put many individuals and families off moving to maidenhead. The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead set up the Partnership for the Regeneration of Maidenhead (PRoM), which in October 2008 launched a comprehensive 20 Year Vision and Action Plan for rejuvenating the town centre. Launch of the plan coincided with confirmation by central government that Maidenhead will be the western terminus of the new Crossrail project. PRoM’s plans highlight five key developments which will help shape the town for the future — a large new retail triangle at Queen Street/King Street, an upgraded transport interchange, relocation of the football and bowls clubs, linking Kidwells Park into the High Street and restoring the old waterway as an attractive feature and amenity in the town centre.
This regeneration project is set to attract more people to the area, now is a good time to buy as it won’t be long before the house prices will rocket in line with property in and around Windsor. In 2013 The average house price in The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead was £444,558.