House moves in SE12, Lee | SE London house moves
If you're looking for a friendly and professional house mover in Lee, SE12, or indeed anywhere in London, then look no further than About this Van.
We offer much more than credibility – our relocations services are replete with professionalism, affordability, trustworthiness and punctuality. These are the qualities that have denoted our light removals services ever since we started out back in 2002.
There are numerous clients all over the place who we have served satisfactorily and their testimonials are proof enough that About this Van is indeed a removals company that you need to contact whenever you need to make house and office moves in SE12 Lee and beyond.
Having pinpointed the fact that our office and house moving services are pocket-friendly and affordable, it is only apt that you understand why this is so. Firstly, we will never charge you a penny when you call on us personally or make a telephone call to inquire about your house move quote – this will be given free of charge.
Secondly, the charge you pay will be based on the individual nature of the van man service provided to you. This is because we know that not all removals service requirements are similar – some are more intensive than others.
Thirdly, About this Van has a flexible policy that allows you the client to participate in the relocations process and should you choose to do this you’ll get to save on time and money. Fourth, this SE12 Lee removals company does not sneak in any extra charges into your costs – we don’t charge depot to depot fees or fuel charges. Is this an affordable removals service or is it not?
Lee Green area of London, SE12
Also known as Lee Green, SE12 Lee is a south London district that lies in the London Boroughs of Lewisham and Greenwich. The greater part of the district lies in the London Borough of Lewisham. To the east SE12 Lee is neighbored by Lewisham while Eltham and Blackheath Village border it to the west and south respectively. The area’s other name i.e. Lee Green is used to indicate that parts of the area lie within two different boroughs as has been earlier mentioned. The ‘Lee’ and ‘Green’ parts lie within the London Boroughs of Lewisham and Greenwich respectively.
Once you are in Lee SE12 you’ll want to visit the burial site of Edmond Halley, Nathaniel Bliss and John Pond; the three Astronomers Royal who are interred at St. Margaret’s Church in Lee. Your trip down the Lee memory lane will also let you know that there were once two public houses in the area and that these faced each other as they were built on opposite sides of the same road. More interestingly, these public houses which existed until 2006, had names that only had a slight difference i.e. The Old Tiger’s Head and The New Tiger’s Head.
Famous residents of Lee include the founder of the Baring Brothers Bank Sir Francis Baring, South African cricketer Reggie Schwarz, musician Manfred Mann, publisher Stanley Unwin, comedian and actor Max Wall, poet Ernest Dowson amongst others.
The SE12 Lee area has several areas being adjacent to it including Hither Green, Kidbrooke, Lewsiham, Grove Park, Catford, Blackheath and Eltham. There are three A roads here i.e. A20 (Lee High Road – Eltham Road), the A2212 (Burnt Ash Road – Burnt Ash Hill) and the A205 (Westhorne Avenue – St. Mildred’s Road – South Circular Road).