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Removals Company In Potters Bar, Hertfordshire

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If you’re looking for a Removals Company in Potters Bar, then look no further!

Diamond Removals and Storage can cater to all of your moving needs.

So let Diamond Removals take the stress and responsibility of relocation for you from or to Potters Bar, Hertfordshire

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Diamond Removals’ Service in Potters Bar

With our removal service, your relocation will be as smooth as possible.

Diamond Removals has a variety of packages that covers our clients’ all the different needs, as well as customized vehicles to carry them out.

We have enough experience, local knowledge and resources to satisfy our clients’ every relocation requirements anywhere in Potters Bar.

This makes us the first choice for many people moving to or from the town.

Our Staff

We are proud to say that our team not only has the best training, but they also represent us.

Their full uniform is something we’re proud of, and they carry out all of our services.

They do this with the help of our fleet of vehicles.

We do not hire any agency or casual workers.

A Little About Potters Bar

Potters Bar

Potters Bar is a town in Hertfordshire, England.

It is situated 13 miles north of London.

According to the census of 2011, this town has a population of about 21,882.

The town dates to the early 12th century but remained a small, mainly agricultural, settlement until the arrival of the Great Northern Railway in 1850.

It is now part of the London commuter belt.

The origin of the Potters element of the town’s name is uncertain, but is generally thought to be either a reference to Roman pottery, believed to have been sited locally or to the Potter family who lived in neighbouring South Mimms parish.

The Bar is thought to refer to the gates leading from the South Mimms parish and into the Enfield Chase parish, or possibly from some sort of toll on the Great North Road, said to have been by what is now the disused Green Man pub, or at the current entrance to Morven House.

Potters Bar is located on the Great North Road, one of two road routes from the City of London to the north of England.

The road was originally numbered as the A1, and later the A1000.

Potters Bar was historically part of Middlesex and formed the Potters Bar Urban District of that county from 1934.

From 1894 to 1934 its area had formed the South Mimms Rural District.

In 1965 the district was transferred to Hertfordshire County Council while most of the rest of the Middlesex County Council became part of Greater London.

The urban district covered an area of 6,129 acres.

In 1939 it had a population of 13,681, increasing to 24,613 in 1971.

In 1974 the urban district was abolished and the area became part of the borough of Hertsmere.

Having Been part of Middlesex, the area continued to form part of the Metropolitan Police District with the creation of the Greater London Authority it was transferred to the Hertfordshire Constabulary in 2000.

The A1 was built as a major ‘arterial’ road and a crossroad at Bignell’s Corner linked it to the Barnet – St Albans road.

Potters Bar is now also served by junctions 23 and 24 of the M25 motorway.

Potters Bar railway station is the highest on the line between London’s King’s Cross railway station and York.

The Great Northern route serves various North London suburbs to the south before termination at either King’s Cross or Moorater station, Northbound, the railway runs to Peterborough, Cambridge, Hatfield, and Welwyn Garden City.

The nearest London Underground station is at Cockfosters, which is approximately 2.5 miles south of the A111 from junction 24 of the m25.

Potters Bar has a bus depot that services local bus routes as well as some London bus routes.

The 84 bus route travels south to New Barnet and north-west to St. Albans.

Other routes include the 298 to Arnos Grove, the 313 to Enfield and Chingford, the 242 to Waltham Cross, the 398 to Watford and the 610 to Enfield and Hatfield.

There are also school bus services run from various places to Dame Alice Owen’s School and Chancellor’s School.

Do You Require Storage?

Diamond Removals’ Containerized Storage system is fast, secure, cost-efficient and needs minimum handling.

Our storage service provides complete security to the goods.

We only handle your stuff two times; containerize at your door, and out of the container at your new home.

No matter how long the goods stay with us, the containers will not be opened.

All these things make Diamond Removals one of the most recommended for storage solutions.

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