Man and Van E13 Plaistow

The Perfect Moving with Man and Van in E13 Plaistow

Looking for a Man and Van in E13 Plaistow, or anywhere across the London and UK to help you move? Man and Van in E13 Plaistow can provide you with a Man and Van service to suit all your needs at a competitive price. With experienced staff and excellent customer service. 

Man and Van in E13 Plaistow can provide you with an inexpensive and professional man with van service on any day of the week including Sundays and Bank holidays. Man and Van E13 Plaistow can work at any time to help you with your home or office relocation. You can rest assured that our Man and Van in E13 Plaistow are reliable and you will get a full moving service as you would expect from a Man and Van company.

Man and Van E13 Plaistow are an excellent solution for your moving project. Go a step further and introduce us to the details of your move.

Man and Van in E13 Plaistow - You pick the location, we will take care of the rest!

Call us Man and Van in E13 Plaistow - Free: 0800 112 0015; Tel: 0208 166 9961; Mob: 0747 707 0461

Why choose Man and Van in E13 Plaistow?

Whatever you’re moving, a Man and Van Removal London can be an inexpensive way to get your stuff from A-B.

Quality work on Man and Van E13 Plaistow has always been the result of our efforts and we proudly present an extended portfolio of satisfied clients. Our service is not exclusive for domestic removals. Businesses of all shapes and coming from all industries are welcomed to trust and experience the services we are putting forward.

Moving inside the limits of entire E13 Plaistow area can go unbelievably fast, due to our driver’s familiarity with the best routes. London’s roads can be a real nightmare during rush hours, but our drivers will know exactly when to depart in order to minimize the overall time expenditure.

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Our Prices start from £20 P/H

Man and Van Removal London operate a transparent pricing structure based upon a flat hourly rate.

There are NO hidden extra costs... the price you are quoted is the price you will pay. All bookings carry a two-hour minimum requirement.

TRANSIT VAN (short wheel base) Height.1,430mm Length.2,582mm Width. 1,390mm
£20P/H FOR A MAN AND VAN NO ASSISTANCE
£25P/H FOR A MAN AND VAN WHO ASSISTS
£30P/H FOR A 2MEN AND VAN

 

TRANSIT VAN (medium wheel base) Height.1,985mm Length.3,399mm Width. 1,390mm
£20P/H FOR A MAN AND VAN NO ASSISTANCE
£25P/H FOR A MAN AND VAN WHO ASSISTS
£40P/H FOR A 2MEN AND VAN

 

LUTON VAN (long wheel base) Height.2,320mm Length.4,150mm Width. 2,040mm
£25P/H FOR A MAN AND VAN NO ASSISTANCE
£30P/H FOR A MAN AND VAN WHO ASSISTS
£45P/H FOR A 2MEN AND VAN

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Did You Know That?

Plaistow is a district in the West Ham area of the London Borough of Newham in East London, England. It forms the majority of the London E13 postcode district.

Plaistow is a residential area, including several council estates. The main roads are the A112, Prince Regent Lane/ Greengate Street/ The Broadway/ High Street/ Plaistow Road, which is a former Roman road, and the A124 (Barking Road), which passes south west/ north east through Plaistow and past the former West Ham United football ground. Commercial and retail premises are on the A112 at Greengate Street leading north and Prince Regent Lane south, leading 0.3 miles (0.48 km) to Newham Sixth Form College and along the A124. It contains generally smaller shops compared to Stratford or West Ham.

Plaistow North and Plaistow South are two of the ten wards making up the UK parliamentary constituency of West Ham.

The name "Plaistow" is believed to come from Sir Hugh de Plaitz (spelling varies) who, in 1065, married Philippa de Montfitchet, of the Mountfitchet Castle family, who owned the district. It is she who is reputed to have named it the Manor of Plaiz. A stow was a place of assembly (occasionally a holy place), but also described as a town or village, so it was the village of Plaiz, or assembly place within the Manor, "Plaiz-stow".

In his book "What's in a Name?", first published in 1977, author Cyril M. Harris states that c. 1200 Plaistow was recorded as "Plagestoue", derived from the Old English "Pleg", meaning sports or playing, and "Stowe" (place). It was a place where miracle plays were performed so it was a "playing place". While the book concentrates on the names of London railway stations, Harris seems to have confused Plaistow in Essex (and later London) with the Plaistow near Crich in Derbyshire, which is recorded as "Plagestoue" in the Darley Charters of 1200. The derivation from "Pleg" and "Stowe" appears to apply equally to all places called Plaistow, however.

Plaistow in Essex is reported as appearing as "Playstowe" in the county's Patent Rolls of 1414. This is also quoted by James Kemble, another who cites the derivation from "plegstow" – a place for playing.

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Call us Man and Van in E13 Plaistow - Free: 0800 112 0015; Tel: 0208 166 9961; Mob: 0747 707 0461