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Storage In London Hard To Find

Thursday, 25th February 2010
Everywhere you look in London at the moment there seems to be construction going on. Every inch of available land is snapped up and developed in the blink of an eye. With London and the Southeast accounting for the densest population anywhere in the U.K, coupled with the highest level of immigration it is hardly surprising that storage space is running out. Houses and flats are being bought and conversions undertaken to include additional bedrooms by eager developers. New builds in London seem to make the most of any plot sizes by cramming as many units is as possible leaving very little wardrobe space let alone storage for anything else. Self storage in London can be a cost effective way of overcoming space issues. Accommodation with garage space can be rare and usually costly. With car crime ever prevalent people are now looking towards local self storage containers to lock up their prize vehicles, many of which are hardly used during the week as they commute backwards and forwards to work in the city using public transport. If like me you just cannot bring yourself to throw away that 15 year old bike that gathers dust along with the multi-gym that doubles up as a workbench and clothes horse, a cheap self storage unit can come in handy.


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