Storage City of London
Storage for The City of London can be provided at our new modern Attic Self Storage facility in York Way, Kings Cross, which is just a short distance from The City of London.
Many businesses and residents in The City do not have their own vans or cars, mainly due to high parking costs, and lack of space. An excellent tube system, is the main form of transport for many residents. Which is why we offer a man and van service to help you move your possessions into our secure self storage facility in Kings Cross.
You will have access to your own personal storage unit to which only you have the key, and you can access the storage unit 24 hours a day in a secure environment, which is protected by state of the art CCTV.
We can also offer a scheduled collection and delivery service within a 3-5 mile radius of our storage facility, to run alongside our receipt and despatch service operated by our “front of house” team for our business clients. So don’t delay, get a quote.
Kings Cross storage: 270-276 York Way, Kings Cross, London N7 9PQ
EC1, EC2, EC3, EC4 for the City of London
The City of London post codes are EC1, EC2, EC3 and EC4. We serve all the these post codes, however, London EC1 which is the northern part of the City, is the closest to our King’s Cross storage facility. The A501 road runs along the top boundary for EC1, and passes Kings Cross station, near York Way, the location for our Kings Cross storage facility.
The City of London
The City of London, in effect has city status within a county of The City of London. The City of London Corporation is the municipal governing body of the City of London, which is the historic centre of London, and the location of much of the UK’s financial sector. Both businesses and residents of the City, “Square Mile”, are entitled to vote in elections. The corporation includes the Lord Mayor, the Court of Aldermen, the Court of Common Council, and the Freemen and Livery of the City. There are 30 times more people working in The City than actually live there, and it has a thriving art’s and cultural scene, and many gastronomic places to dine.
Parking restrictions and the cost of parking deters many residents from owning a car, despite being entitled to a 90% discount, so the best way to get around is by tube. It is estimated that there are around 10,000 people who actually live in the city, and the other 300,000 who commute to The City for work. This means that the area does not have the same shopping attraction of the West End of London, but it does have the Leadenhall Market, which is the main retail centre.
Leadenhall Market dates from the 14th century, and mainly sells fresh food with one or two clothes shops also located within the market. It originated from the site of a manor, and only sustained a small amount of damage during the Great Fire of London in 1666, and it was changed into a covered market when the repairs were undertaken. In 1881 Sir Horace Jones redesigned the hall and replaced the stone structure with wrought iron and glass, which now has Grade II heritage listed status.
Rental costs for businesses and residential properties are high so space is highly valued, which is why it should not be used for clutter. Self storage provides a solution when you are running out of space. Our new self storage facility in Kings Cross is only a short distance away by tube or car. If you don’t have transport, we have a man and van who can collect your storage and take it to our secure storage facility in Kings Cross, where you will have access to your own personal storage unit, which can be accessed whenever you want, 24/7 if needed. And if you are planning a move, our men can also help you move. So get a quote and talk to us about your City of London storage and moving requirements.