Convenient and affordable storage space in London
Space in London is rare, city dwelling becomes more and more expensive. Yet, you need space at home to breathe, work and live freely. At SpaceWays, we believe this space should not come at a premium, but instead be affordable and readily available at any point. That is why we created our convenient on-demand storage solution for all fellow Londoners, starting at only £4.90/month per box stored.
Our storage service areas include:
Traditionally, London storage solutions have always been a hassle. Why should you have to take the time scouring the suburbs to find spare boxes and haul them across town from a remote area in the outskirts? That’s why SpaceWays is different; we do all the hard work for you. We collect, store and return your items whenever you need them in London starting from £3/month. With SpaceWays, visiting self-storage units is a thing of the past as we are the easiest and most convenient storage solution around.
Central London and West London Storage includes:
- Chiswick (W4) - (Chiswick is of a quintessential Old England meaning “Cheese Farm”.) Originally a fishing village, Chiswick has the old world riverside charm which gives it a refined feel. In its earlier days, Chiswick was a popular country retreat but now is home to some of London’s finest French restaurants and gastropubs.
- Hammersmith Storage (W6) - Featured in Charles Dicken’s Great Expectations, this contemporary area of London doesn’t fall short. Located to the West of the river, Hammersmith perfectly combines a buzzing nightlife for young professionals and elegant period architecture that houses young families with children.
- Holland Park Storage (W11) - Famed for its international appeal and exclusive reputation, Holland Park is coveted for its superb schools, impressive architecture and central location. Not only is it home to the most expensive street in Britain, this West London enclave houses the wealthy elite, city professionals, diplomats and celebrities. (Fashionistas flock to the area to visit the finest vintage boutiques and independent cafes.)
- Bayswater Storage (W2) - Culturally diverse, Bayswater is the most cosmopolitan area of West London whilst still maintaining its traditional architecture. Popular spots such as Edgware Road and Oxford Street are but a walking distance. This property hotspot is favoured amongst young professionals and internationally wealthy families which seek elegant homes overlooking Hyde Park.
- Notting Hill Storage (W11) - Has some of the most expensive areas in the capital. Multiculturally diverse, Ladbroke Grove birthed the London reggae and punk scenes, as well as the Notting Hill Carnival. This gentrified area has maintained its vibrant musical and cultural roots with Portobello Road Market a popular visit for tourists, families and trendy young professionals.
- St John’s Wood Storage (NW8) - A popular and upmarket suburb in the centre of London is highly regarded as the place to live for rich and their families. It is favoured for its serene village life despite being located in the centre of London. The coveted NW8 postcode was ranked as the fifth most expensive place to live in the capital and has a strong sporting heritage as the home to Lord’s Cricket Ground.
South London Storage includes:
- Balham Storage (SW12) - Previously known as the “Gateway to the South”, Balham has reclaimed its title as one of South London’s prime locations amongst young professionals and families. Perfectly located in between Clapham, Tooting and Wandsworth it offers a vibrant social scene of bars, cafes and schools for families.
- Chelsea Storage (SW3) - If you’ve watched “Made in Chelsea” or you’re a Chelsea F.C. fan, you’ll know Chelsea is an affluent and wealthy area. It includes Knightsbridge, home to the world famous Harrods store and King’s Road, home to Charles Saatchi’s art gallery and Vivienne Westwood’s boutique which sets the tone for the area.
- Clapham Storage (SW4) - Clapham is one of South London’s most fashionable hotspots. There’s always something going on in this vibrant area of London. It has a countless number of delis, coffee shops and fresh food markets and is home to many celebrities including Vivienne Westwood, J K Rowling and David Bowie to name but a few.
- Richmond Storage (TW9) - Founded after Henry VII’s Richmond Palace, Richmond is full of architectural heritage and Georgian Terraces. A favoured retreat to royalty and the rich, the River Thames runs throughout the borough which means Hampton Court Palace and Kew Gardens are close by. Richmond is bursting with restaurants, culture, historic houses and parks.
- Twickenham Storage (TW8) - The home of England rugby and the longest-running farmers’ markets. Twickenham is particularly attractive to families and London commuters providing excellent transport links.
- Wimbledon Storage (SW19) - A thriving area full of heritage which dates back to the iron ages. It has a charming, country atmosphere and provides transport links, shopping and local schools which attract a diverse range of residents. Oh and did we forget to mention that it’s also home to the tennis too?
East London Storage includes:
- Aldgate Storage (EC3) - Aldgate derives from “Ale-Gate” meaning the gate was free to all. Today, the area is largely dominated by the underwriting and insurance industry and is conveniently located in the square mile.
- Bethnal Green Storage (E2) - A neighbourhood on the rise, Bethnal Green is full of culture and has been experiencing a revival as of late thanks to the influx of trendy boutiques, start ups, art galleries and member’s only lounges.
- Brick Lane Storage (E1) - A vibrant, multicultural area of East London, responsible for the celebration and introduction of Indian cuisine in London. Popular amongst students, it is the designated place for the finest art and fashion students to showcase their work.
- Canary Wharf Storage (E14) - Referred to as the “second city”. The Wharf is the home to London’s financial district characterised by high-rise buildings and a wealth of city professionals. It is fastly becoming an iconic dining and entertaining hotspot of London.
- Hoxto Storage (N1) - The trendiest place in London is now a far cry from its origins as a rough and rugged area of East London. The streets are adorned with graffiti by the local artists all of which adds to the creative and youthful ambience of the area.
- Shoreditch Storage (EC1) - Shoreditch represents everything that is cool about London. It’s bursting full of creativity, cutting-edge arts, music and restaurants. Also home to Silicon Roundabout, the epicentre of the wave of tech startups.
North London Storage includes:
- Brent Storage (NW10) - Situated in the North West of London, Brent is an ethnically diverse area with a strong sense of community. The most densely populated outer London borough, it has a mixture of residential and commercial areas and is home to Wembley Arena.
- Camden Storage (NW1) - Offers an eclectic mix of culture. An avid bargain hunter’s favourite, Camden is well known for its open-air markets and retail outlets. All year round, Camden creates summer-like memories with its cultural eateries, live music scene and theatres.
- Enfield Storage (EN) - Dating back to the 1500’s, Enfield was made up of small communities spread around. Today this strong community feeling is still prevalent, voted as the “Best Village in London” for those Londoners who can’t quite handle the stress of London living 7 days a week.
- Hampstead Storage (NW3) - An affluent suburb in the centre of London that has a wealth of character and charming period architecture. Hampstead has a range of independent boutiques, bakeries, delis and cafes. It is a popular area amongst professionals, couples and young families.
- Harrow Storage (HA) - Derived from the Old English meaning “Temple”, Harrow hasn’t forgotten its religious roots as the most religiously diverse part of London. North-West London’s answer to suburbia, Harrow is an affluent town surrounded by greenery which is a rarity in London. Boasting a number of large shopping areas, and value for money for families seeking more space in London.
- Islington (N5) - Featured extensively in English literature, Islington is a thriving upmarket area. A firm favourite for creatives and city professionals alike, thanks to its vibrant arts scenes and nightlife which offers a little bit of something for everyone.
Why is SpaceWays’ self storage-alternative the better choice?
SpaceWays is the future of self storage. We store pretty much anything - from small items to larger things like bikes, luggage that take up valuable space. We’ll do all of the hard work for you, saving you money, time and effort to focus on the things that really matter. We’re committed to continually providing the best possible self storage service in London. What are you waiting for? Self storage is a thing of the past, try SpaceWays!