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Removals Company for Bracknell
Central Moves.co.uk can carry out your removals Bracknell with collection from any property to delivery to any property door to door / room to room in Bracknell Berkshire, UK, Europe & Worldwide.
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. See the local Council Services for Parking
Central Moves are one of Berkshire’s top removal companies for Removals Bracknell 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 Bracknell home removals, furniture removals Bracknell and personal effects.
Here at Central Moves we pride ourselves in aiming to be the best Removal Company to Bracknell .
We are proud to be members of the
- – We have been accredited by both the TFO – The Furniture Ombudsmen
- – Alliance of Independent Movers
- – 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.
Further testament to our success is the number of corporate clients who continue to choose Central Moves and indeed, refer us to their families and friends.
Central Moves offer a number of professional services for:
- Packing & Case Making for Fine Art & Antiques.
- Piano Movers
- Handy Man Services
- Office and Commercial Moves
Or to book an estimator 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 Bracknell
Bracknell is a town in the Borough of Bracknell Forest in Berkshire, England. It lies 11 miles (18 km) to the southeast of Reading, and 30 miles (48 km) west of central London. Bracknell is now a major commuter centre with its residents travelling in both directions (westwards to Reading and eastwards to London (Waterloo)).
Bracknell was designated a new town in 1949, in the aftermath of the Second World War. The new town was planned for 25,000 people; it was intended to occupy over 1,000 hectares (about 6 square miles) of land in and around ‘Old Bracknell’ in the area now occupied by Priestwood, Easthampstead, Bullbrook and Harmans Water. Because of Bracknell’s age, it was decided that it should undergo renovation. The cost is estimated at around £750 million. It is hoped that the regeneration will provide brand new services, a completely redeveloped town centre, 1,000 new homes and new police and bus stations.
The first stage of the redevelopment began with the opening of a new Waitrose store in December 2011. By June 2013 shops in the northern part of the town in Broadway and Crossway had been vacated. Demolition of this area then began in September 2013, and was completed in December 2013. Construction of new shops, restaurants, and a Cineworld cinema are due to begin in Spring 2014. The town was successful in attracting high-tech industries, and has become home to companies such as Panasonic, Fujitsu (formerly ICL), Dell, Hewlett-Packard, Brocade Communications Systems, Siemens (originally Nixdorf), Honeywell, Cable and Wireless, Intercall, Broadcom, Avnet Technology Solutions and Novell.
Easthampstead Park in the southern suburb of Easthampstead is now a conference centre owned by Bracknell Forest Borough Council. The town’s centre lies just north of the railway station with completely pedestrianised and much undercover shopping around Princess Square, Charles Square and the Broadway. There are ‘out-of-town’ shops, a multiscreen cinema and ten pin bowling complex at the Peel Centre. Just to the west are the Western and Southern industrial estates, either side of the railway line. There are many residential suburbs of varying dates, the oldest being Priestwood and, of course, Easthampstead village.
The town has a large leisure centre, which includes swimming and athletics facilities, whilst there is also the Coral Reef Water Park , the Downshire Golf Complex, the Bracknell Lawn Tennis Club, and Esporta, the Royal County of Berkshire Club. The John Nike Leisuresport Complex houses a dry ski slope and an ice rink, and there are 2,600 acres (11 km2) of Crown Estate woodland at the Look Out Discovery Centre. South Hill Park has been home to a number of major music festivals over the years: 2000s – present – Big Day Out festival, a free, annual World Music and acoustic/folk festival