According to our recent survey to find the main influencing factors for deciding where to live in London, green space is highly sought-after. With 26% green space, Hackney is ranked 4th in the list of 32 boroughs. If this is a key factor for you, and you decide to move to the area, our storage facility in Bow is conveniently located for your extra storage in Hackney requirements and we look forward to seeing you. We cater for both personal and business self storage requirements.
We have a good reputation for service and listen to our customers. We offer local competitive pricing with a local price match guarantee. Trolleys, dollies, and other equipment are free to use and are available to all self storage users. The storage facility can be accessed 24 hours a day by PIN every day of the year.
We sponsor several local organisations and charities, and aim to put something back into the community we serve.
Self storage for Hackney
Bow storage: 500 Wick Lane, Bow, London E3 2TB
Hackney post codes E2, E3, E5, E8, E9, E10, E15
Our storage facility in Wick Lane, Bow is well placed for all postal districts in Hackney
Hackney community information
The London Borough of Hackney incorporates the famous and trendy areas of Hoxton and Shoreditch, giving on to Old Street. These are are central to the London arts scene and home to numerous clubs, bars, shops and restaurants, much of which is centred on Hoxton Square.
The heart of Hackney however, is the part that runs north of Mare Street, around the Church of St John at Hackney. You have Upper and Lower Clapton, Stamford Hill and Stoke Newington to the north of the Borough, with Hackney Wick and Homerton to the East.
There are roughly 1,300 listed buildings in Hackney, including the iconic grade II* Hackney Empire, Tudor Sutton House, and the grade I medieval St Augustine’s tower. These buildings are often used for local cultural activities such as the Sutton House Music Society, who organise classical music concerts; one of the many local societies we support.
We are also a supporter of Hackney City Farm who are committed to improving the local environment and to enhance local cohesion.
The Community Team at Hackney Rugby Club provide coaching to local schools, and Attic Self Storage provide funds to support a bursary scheme for players whose families receive financial support, and who cannot afford to play otherwise. Additional funding is also provided for the development of young coaches across the borough.
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