Man with a van in Belsize Park NW3 5 Essentials Tips for Choosing a Reliable Moving Company Belsize Park NW3, Clerkenwell EC1, St Pancras WC1

Moving is obviously a stressful part of our lives and we have to make sure that when we choose a reliable man with van Belsize Park NW3, we do so considering the fact that it is reliable and efficient. Here are 5 essential tips to choosing a reliable moving company Belsize Park NW3, Bloomsbury WC1:

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Places of interest in NW3


Isokon building

The block has been granted Grade I listed status, placing it amongst the most architecturally-significant historical buildings in the UK.

2 Willow Road

1?3 Willow Road was constructed in concrete and faced in red brick. A number of cottages were demolished to allow for the construction, which was strongly opposed by a number of local residents including novelist Ian Fleming (this was said to be his inspiration for the name of the James Bond villain Auric Goldfinger) and the future Conservative Home Secretary Henry Brooke. No. 2, which Goldfinger designed specifically as his own family home, is the largest of the three houses and features a spiral staircase designed by Danish engineer Ove Arup at its core. The building is supported by an external concrete frame, leaving room for a spacious interior uncluttered by structure, perhaps inspired by the Raumplan ideas of modernist architect Adolf Loos[1].

Belsize Park tube station

Northbound platform looking north

Bankside Pier

Departing from the pier

Southwark Street

Under the railway bridge carrying trains to Blackfriars Station from the south some urban art work has been placed on the south-side, whilst on the north-side the word 'BANKSIDE' has been placed in very large lettering occupying most of the wall against the pavement. This is part of the area and tourist branding as the relationship with the ancient district of Bankside is tenuous, the most that can be said is that Southwark Street defines the southernmost limit of Bankside.

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