Storage Stepney

Storage Stepney can be provided at our self storage facility in Bow. Self storage units can be rented for both personal and business use, and there is no fixed term rental period.

The Attic Self Storage facility in Bow can be accessed from the A11 and one junction on the A12, and is a short distance from the centre of Stepney.

Find us

Bow storage: 500 Wick Lane, Bow, London E3 2TB

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London E1 storage for Stepney

Stepney shares the London E1 post code with Wapping and Whitechapel. Our Bow storage facility in E3 regularly attracts customers from all three districts, as it is just a short drive away. Whatever your needs, we will be able to recommend the best storage unit rental for you. Our flexible rental length contracts, 24 hour storage access by PIN, secure and dry storage units, in a modern storage facility, with extra business services, provides the best possible experience of using self storage.

We also offer additional services, such as collection and delivery, receipt and despatch, and the use of business meeting rooms. Don’t delay get a quote for storing at our Bow storage facility or our new storage facility in York Way, Kings Cross.

Information about Stepney

Stepney is derived from a medieval village around St.Dunstan’s church and the 15th century development of the Mile End road. The population grew, but mainly consisted of the displaced and poor, and had a reputation for overcrowding, poverty, and violence. Stepney was mainly a residential area and many of the workers were employed in the docks, and clothing factories, warehouses and shops. More than a 1/3 of its homes were destroyed during the Blitz.

A slum clearance programme in the 1960s resulted in the building of new Tower block housing, and uninspired council estates.

The regeneration schemes taking place in Stepney have been slow to start when compared with other East London areas. There is now an ongoing transformation of the Ocean Estate, and it contains 800 new homes, and a further 1,200 council homes which were extensively refurbished. Several new developments are taking place near to Stepney Green tube, which include one, two, and three bedroom apartments, with access to communal landscaped gardens. Some are available to rent furnished or unfurnished.

Stepney is affordable when compared with other more fashionable areas of East London and is good value for money. A lot of first time buyers have moved into the area, often helped by parent investors, buying for children at university. Stepney Green contains Georgian houses and overlooks a strip of land which is where Richard II confronted Wat Tyler in 1381.

If you are going to university and are waiting to move into a new property, don’t forget that you can store your possessions in secure self storage while you are waiting to move in.

Also see other storage East London districts we service.