Whether you are caught in between completion dates, renting your property in Roehampton, undertaking building works or travelling overseas, Roehampton 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 Roehampton.
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 Roehampton 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 Roehampton
Most of the roads around Roehampton are controlled parking, and either parking suspensions or dispensations are required. For larger Removals in Roehampton 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 Roehampton 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 Roehampton flat moving.
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A Little Bit About Roehampton
Roehampton was originally a village which evolved as a popular residential area for the wealthy within easy reach of London. Roehampton House was built in 1710 and was until 2008 the administrative centre for Queen Mary’s Hospital.
Roehampton House has an exemplary provenance, it was designed in 1710 by renowned architect Thomas Archer and extended by Sir Edwin Lutyens in the early 20th Century. Over the years it has been owned by a wide range of important figures, from prosperous merchants and members of parliament to earls and countesses alike, before being transformed into a home for convalescing First World War veterans.
It emerged as a favoured residential suburb of the 18th and 19th centuries following the opening of Putney Bridge in 1729 and the development of a number of large private estates from which several of the original houses survive.
Some of the top primary education includes Brandlehow Primary School, Granard Primary School, Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School Roehampton and St Mary’s CofE Primary School
Secondary education includes Ashcroft Technology Academy, Ibstock Place School, Putney High School and Putney Park School.
Apart from education other notable institutions based here include: The Priory Clinic; the Bank of England Sports Centre; Rosslyn Park Rugby Football Club; and the Roehampton Club. The International Tennis Federation moved to Roehampton from Baron’s Court in 1998, and in 2007 the Lawn Tennis Association made the same short journey across London to their newly built headquarters next door to the ITF. Roehampton has long been an exclusive London address.