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St John’s Wood Removals
Britannia Ryansmove is a leading removals company in St John’s Wood and the surrounding areas in London. As a family-run business, we take a friendly and professional approach to our removals and storage services. We bring over 40 years experience and detailed knowledge of the local area to provide the best possible service, whatever your requirements.
Removal Services in St John’s Wood
At Britannia Ryansmove , we care about your move, and we’ll always treat you and your possessions as an extension of our own family. As part of the extensive Britannia Movers International network, we can assist with your move whether you’re moving across the city, across the country, or overseas.
We provide removals services for both home and commercial moves, and our professionally trained teams have the skills and knowledge to safely handle all types of items, with minimal disruption to you.
We’ll carry out a pre-move survey to determine exactly how we can make your move as efficient and hassle-free as possible, and tailor our services to what you need, so we can ensure your move is a success
Storage in St John’s Wood
If you’re looking for storage in St John’s Wood, our 30,000 sq. ft facility on the North West London circular offers a safe and convenient solution. We can offer a range of flexible storage services for what you need, whether you need long-term or short-term, and whether you need to store one or two items or a large consignment.
We use state-of-the-art technology and monitor round-the-clock to ensure your items are kept safe and secure. We can collect and deliver your items if required, and can also supply materials for you to pack your goods.
Why move to St John’s Wood?
St John’s Wood is a district in the City of Westminster in London’s Zone 2, about 2.5 miles northwest of Charing Cross. It’s a quiet, family-friendly neighbourhood with plenty to offer both locals and visitors alike.
St John’s Wood is maybe best known for Lord’s Cricket Ground, where international test cricket matches are regularly held. Abbey Road Studios made famous through its association with The Beatles, is also in the area. For locals, the area provides many bars, gastropubs, and restaurants, and the high street features lots of independent boutiques. There’s also Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill, offering opportunities for a quiet stroll, a picnic, or outdoor sports.
Where to move in St John’s Wood
St John’s Wood features a variety of property types, including mansion flats, modern apartments, and detached villa-style housing – a rarity in central London. Property styles range from Victorian mansion flats to Art Deco architecture, so you’ll be sure to find a striking home wherever you choose to live in St John’s Wood.
Some of these villa-style properties can be found on Norfolk Road and Cavendish Avenue, where the property is highly sought-after. To the south of St John’s Wood is Lisson Grove, which offers more affordable property.
Lyons Place has a newly built development that includes flats and townhouses. The Compton on Lodge Road is another new build development that features stylishly designed flats.
Schools in St John’s Wood
There are four state primary schools close to St John’s Wood, including Barrow Hill Junior School, Gateway Academy, George Eliot Primary School and Robinsfield Infant School, all of which received a Good on their latest Ofsted reports.
The closest state secondary school to St John’s Wood is Harris Academy St John’s Wood, which has received a Good rating from Ofsted.
There are also a number of independent preparatory and secondary schools in the area, including Arnold House, Francis Holland, and St John’s Wood Pre Preparatory School.
Transport links in Chingford
The main underground station is St John’s Wood, on the Jubilee Line. Tubes to Bond Street take just five minutes, and Maida Vale and Warwick Avenue are close by on the Bakerloo Line. The nearest London Overground station is South Hampstead, a ten-minute walk from the high street.
For national rail services, Paddington Station is around 20 minutes away by public transport, and Marylebone Station is around 10 minutes away via public transport.
There are many bus routes that connect St John’s Wood with wider London, including the 13 to Aldwych, the 82 to Victoria, and the 139 to Waterloo. There are also two night buses serving the area – the N113 and the N13.