Whether you are caught in between completion dates, renting your property in Clapham, undertaking building works or travelling overseas, Clapham Storage specialists will be able to keep your items safe and sound.
We will collect, store and deliver your property contents; safely and securely in Clapham.
A full inventory of the contents of each container can be made. This makes it easier if you wish to extract single items from your container(s) whilst in store. You will find our Storage in Clapham rates compare favourably to self storage centres. We provide all options for storage in London. Our purpose built warehouses are clean, dry, secure and equipped with extensive CCTV cover & 24 hour onsite security.
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Parking in Clapham
Most of the roads around Clapham are controlled parking, and either parking suspensions or dispensations are required. For larger Removals in Clapham a parking suspension is a necessity. The suspension has to be booked 5 working days in advance of the required date. These are booked with Wandsworth council online. For smaller Clapham removals, using vans, we can load and unload for short periods on single yellow lines. Otherwise a dispensation would need to be booked, if we are packing and Clapham flat moving.
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A Little Bit About Clapham
According to the Domesday book, Clapham began its existence as a Saxon village called Clopeham. Those records commissioned by William the Conqueror aimed at producing information about the current assets in terms of land and livestock of his people for the purpose of determining who is liable to pay what amount of taxes.
After The Great Fire of 1666, Clapham began to grow as the tragedy forced people to evacuate outside of the city into the much safer and untouched by the fire area in and around Clapham.
Many rail routes from London’s two busiest termini, Waterloo and Victoria, funnel through the station making it one of the busiest in Europe by number of trains using it, more than one hundred an hour outside peak periods. “Britain’s busiest railway station” isn’t actually part of Clapham, its Battersea. There had been a Battersea station on the site for many years, but in 1863 a junction was added to cope with the growing number of lines and it was named after the perceived more popular village of Clapham a mile away.
The first football match ever played under Football Association rule took place on January 9, 1863, at Battersea Park.
Today Clapham High Street is the most vibrant road in SW4 and is the beating heart of Clapham. It is home to a number of shops, bars, clubs, restaurants and has undergone massive gentrification in the last 15 years.
Education in SW11 and SW4 includes the prestigious Honeywell and Belleville Primary School. Secondary schools include Northcote Lodge School, Battersea Technology College, Battersea Technology College, and Thames Christian College.