Harrow Removals is a term used to define the moving services provided within the Harrow areas of London. If you are looking for removal companies that serve the Harrow area then you have found the right removal company, Careful Removals UK’s moving services starts from 100 miles around London including areas within the Harrow borough, we serve the Harrow area and deliver to most of Europe.
Here are the list of services delivered:
- House removals Harrow
- Office removals in Harrow
- Furniture removals in Harrow
- Junk Removal Services Harrow
- Harrow Recycle Services
- Harrow Business relocation
Harrow Area Guide
The London borough of Harrow lies in the north-west and borders Hertfordshire, Hillingdon, Ealing, Brent and Barnet. Once the home of illustrious residents like Lord Byron and W.S.Gilbert (of Gilbert and Sullivan fame), and where Winston Churchill went to school, it has more recently produced other notable residents like musicians Billy Idol and Sir Elton John, actor Benedict Cumberbatch, celebrity cook Mrs Beeton and a number of political and sporting celebrities.
Harrow is ethnically diverse, with blacks and minority ethnic communities making up 63.8% of its population. The largest group of immigrant settlers here are Indians, concentrated in the Queensbury and eastern Kenton areas. Sri Lankan Tamils also have a major presence in Rayners Lane, North Harrow and South Harrow. The majority of the borough’s white population live in Pinner, Pinner South and Stanmore Park. The diversity of local religions and ethnicities makes Harrow a culturally rich and vibrant place to live in.
What attracts people to Harrow
The borough is home to one of the finest schools in Britain, the Harrow School, located on Harrow-on-the-Hill. The school offers three guided tours during term-time. The borough has a strong educational record, with a number of other state-funded schools for primary and secondary students, as well as colleges.
The borough is very well connected with central London (20 minutes to Marleybone by train and 12 minutes via London Midland to Euston), and is dotted with plenty of parks and open spaces. This makes the region attractive not just to families but also to the single and affluent.
The areas of Stanmore and Pinner have rural atmospheres that draw people looking to settle in the countryside. It is also home to a number of medieval buildings: for example, a 14th century manor and 16th century Tithe Barn that now houses the Harrow Museum and Heritage Centre where you can see Victorian rooms and 1930s rooms side by side as exhibits.
Locals can enjoy shopping in the St. George’s and St. Ann’s shopping centres in the town centre, where a wide range of stores have their presence. Reflecting the varied ethnicities of the local, there are numerous multi-cuisine restaurants, pubs and clubs for entertainment.
Housing and Shelters in Harrow
While Harrow-on-the-Hill has preserved its legendary leafy affluence, the majority of the remaining housing in Harrow is mostly comprised of the 1930s flats and semi detached houses that are typical of London’s north-west suburbia. Properties on the hill, however, remain some of the highest value, with recent housing prices averaging £1.5 million.
Nevertheless Harrow is a great alternative to find affordable housing when compared to London’s hustle and bustle. It may be home to the third largest population of millionaires of all London boroughs, but it is just as easy to find £200-per-week single bedroom flats in this largely residential suburbia. The Harrow Council also offers social housing to tenants; however it also has some of the greatest shortage of social housing in comparison to the waiting lists, especially for families.
Jobs, Businesses Centres and Office Spaces
Major employers in the borough range from Kodak and Ladbrokes, which has its headquarters here, as well as Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital and the Lend Lease Project Management and Construction. A range of business centres and office spaces are available for new business entrants. The majority of these are located in the affluent wards of Pinner and Stanmore.