Richmond Upon Thames
Richmond Upon Thames House Clearance, Richmond Upon Thames Flat Clearance, Richmond Upon Thames Office Clearance, Richmond Upon Thames Studio Clearance, Richmond Upon Thames Shop Clearance, Richmond Upon Thames Loft Clearance, Richmond Upon Thames Basement Clearance, Richmond Upon Thames Cellar Clearance, Richmond Upon Thames Shed Clearance and Richmond Upon Thames Garage Clearance…we can undertake any of these for you in Richmond Upon Thames.
There are many different circumstances where customers are looking for a clearance service in Richmond Upon Thames. Sometimes due to a bereavement of a family member or friend, a change in circumstances or often they find that they just do not have enough space to keep storing their unwanted items and furniture in Richmond Upon Thames.
Whatever the reason, we know that a house clearance and office clearance needs to be efficient and cost efficient for you, so we have a very straight forward approach that follows 4 simple steps:
We arrange to view the property in Richmond Upon Thames
An inventory of the items for clearance is produced
The man hours/disposal costs are estimated
The job is booked in and can often be carried out on the next working day
For Richmond Upon Thames Clearances, there’s no better clearance company to call than Hire a man and van. We can accommodate all types of clearances, large or small. We can even handle last-minute clearance requests that the competition turns down. Call today on 020 8240 6305 Just remember that when you are undertaking a clearance in Richmond Upon Thames, it is important to find out about parking regulations in your neighbourhood.
A little bit about Richmond Upon Thames
Richmond Upon Thames is a borough that is technically part of Greater London. It is an affluent area with house prices at a premium. It’s no wonder, since the quality of life in this borough is head and shoulders above some of the others. Richmond Upon Thames is known for its leafy green spaces and parks. Predominately the rest of the borough is residential, but this doesn’t mean that there isn’t plenty to keep you busy.. For example the River Thames bisects the borough . A full stretch totalling 21 miles of the river thames passes through the borough. There are plenty of famous attractions, such as Kew Gardens, Richmond Park and the Hampton Court Palace along the river.
Apart from Richmond Park and Kew Gardens, you can also visit Bushy Park. This Royal Park is in second place in terms of size, behind Richmond Park, which is also found in the borough. It’s home to the Teddington Rugby Club as well as a number of deer. Don’t miss the Upper Lodge Water Gardens, quite a peaceful attraction. A must-see is Hampton Court Park, opposite the Hampton Court Palace, this in itself is an impressive structure. Here, you can visit a 750-year old oak tree as well as the Hampton Court Flower Show.
Richmond Upon Thames has so many miles of waterfront to boast of, there are the expected riverside cafés and restaurants throughout. Twickenham and Richmond Town are especially popular for dining out. After grabbing a bite, you might want to take some time to experience a famous British pastime, walking. Richmond Upon Thames is famous for the miles of pathways in its parks. There are guided walks and plenty of information about paths and rights of way. Polo, golf, horse riding – whatever you fancy can be yours in Richmond Upon Thames. With 100 parks and open spaces, it’s no wonder that there is so much outdoor activity. Galleries, theatres and museums around, too. It’s easy to see why Richmond Upon Thames is such a popular place to live in Greater London. Start at Hampton Court Palace and end up at the Richmond Theatre or Orleans House Gallery if you are fan of fabulous architecture. There’s plenty to see and do in Richmond Upon Thames.
Places to go..places to eat...places to visit in Richmond Upon Thames.
Richmond Theatre is a truly beautiful building with a well-deserved reputation for quality and entertainment. There are many ways to enjoy this very special and historic building, which was built in 1899 and designed by the famous theatre architect Frank Matcham.
The view of the Thames from the top of Richmond Hill, protected by an Act of Parliament since 1902, has been a source of inspiration for artists and poets throughout the years, its well worth a visit.
Richmond Green is a recreation area located near the centre of Richmond. The Green has been described as one of the most beautiful urban greens surviving anywhere in the whole of England.
Richmond shopping centre offers an enticing mix, bringing together top designer names with small specialist and antiques shops.
Richmond is bursting with restaurants, bars, pubs and hotels, here are a few to try out. The Petersham Restaurant, Petersham Hotel, The Ivy, The White Swan and the Orange Tree. After an truly exciting and exhausting day out why not stay at the Richmond Hill Hotel or the Bingham Hotel.
Richmond Upon Thames Postcodes TW9, TW10 nearby postcodes TW1, TW7, TW8, TW11, W4, SW15, SW14, KT2, KT1