Removal from Fulham & Bloomsbury to Barbican

Removal from Fulham & Bloomsbury to Barbican

We recently moved a young London couple from two separate properties into their new shared place across town. Here’s how it worked on the day…

First pick-up – nice packing by our clients!

The client

This job was for a young couple who were moving in together for the first time. Each of them needed transferring from their current separate flats (in Fulham and Bloomsbury respectively) to the new 1-bedroom shared property in St Andrews House, Barbican.

Before the move

We assessed the logistics of the job and assigned two movers with a Luton van for this one, ensuring that we’d be able to complete the whole three-stage process in a single trip.

At our destination in a Barbican loading bay

Making the move

We made the first pickup in Fulham, followed by the Bloomsbury load-in, before heading on to Barbican.At the Barbican destination we were able to park in a dedicated loading area, and we used trolleys to transport boxes to the lift.

Unloading complete – now it's over to the clients!
Destination for load-in at Barbican

Any challenges?

This one was a pretty straightforward move, and we didn’t come up against anything too challenging. Everything had been well packed by our clients in advance, and they were ready to go when we arrived.There was one flight of stairs at the first pickup with a short walk through an alleyway to load the van; at the second pickup, things were slightly easier as there was on-street parking available. The flight of stairs at the second pickup was also quite wide, so it was easy to manoeuvre the furniture.

The Results

Our clients were very happy with the entire process. They were especially pleased (and surprised!) that we managed to get the entire three-stage move completed in just 3 hours.

THE JOB DETAILS

  • Moving from : Two separate flats in Fulham and Bloomsbury
  • Moving to : Single shared flat in Barbican
  • Vehicles required : Luton van
  • Number of movers : 2
  • Time taken : 3 hours
  • Total Cost : £150

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