Central Moves Ltd Removals Company Ruislip
Looking for a trusted removals company to help you move Ruislip in Middlesex Greater London ?
Central Moves are one of Middlesex‘s top removals company Ruislip 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 Middlesex home removals, furniture removals Middlesex and personal effects.
Our Ruislip removals services Include;
- Free No Obligation Home Survey
- Free Removal Planning
- Highly Experienced Removals Team
- Purpose Built Removals Vehicles
- Carpet and Bannister Protectors
- Furniture Blankets and Webbing For Safe Transit
- Expert Packing Services
- Storage In Twickenham
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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Helpful Tips for a Successful Relocation When Moving With Pets
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Guide to Living in Ruislip
Ruislip is a suburban area of northwest London, centred on an old village in Greater London and is part of the London Borough of Hillingdon . It was formerly a parish in the county of Middlesex covering the neighbouring areas of Eastcote, Northwood , Ruislip Manor and South Ruislip in the area.
Major landmarks in the area include Ruislip Lido, a former reservoir, now an area of public parkland with its own miniature railway and Manor Farm, a settlement dating from the 9th century which is now designates as a local heritage site .
The buildings at the north end of Ruislip High Street, Nos 1 to 15, the Duck House restaurant and the Swan public house, which has since been re-branded as Cafe Rouge, form the core of the original village and are Grade II listed. This area formed the village square, at the junction of the High Street, Bury Street and Eastcote Road. The village water pump was sunk in the centre of the square in 1864, to a depth of 105 feet (32 m) 9 inches (230 mm), though was moved to be beside the Manor Farm Lodge in the 1970s. It was moved again in 1982 to sit outside 7-15 High Street.