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Borehamwood is a town in southern Hertfordshire. It is a commuter town near St Albans and London, situated 12 miles from Charing Cross. Borehamwood has a population of 31,074, and is within the civil parish of Elstree and Borehamwood and the London commuter belt. The town is perhaps most well known for its multiple film and TV studios, commonly known as Elstree Studios, hence the association with Elstree. Borehamwood experiences an oceanic climate, similar to almost all of the rest of the United Kingdom. One of the earliest mentions of Bosci de Boreham is in 1188. In 1776, the House of Lords granted; “An Act for dividing and closing the Common or Waste Ground, called Boreham Wood Common, in the Parish of Elstree otherwise Idletree, in the COuntry of Hertford.” Until 1909, the town was part of the ancient parish of Elstree, the two still share a local council, Elstree and Borehamwood Town Council. From the 1920s onwards, the town became known as one of the main centers of the UK film, and later television, industries due to the presence of production studios. Following the Second World War, the town’s population greatly increased, with large areas of council housing set up for displaced Londoners, many of which are now in private ownership. Fast train connections to central London have resulted in the town becoming a primarily residential suburb. In 1946, the Admiralty started to build highly secret high-performance electronic digital computers at Borehamwood in a redundant wartime factory, firstly for real-time gunnery control, and later for surface-to-air guided weapons and missiles, and specialist cryptography and code-breading computer for GCHQ. Borehamwood has several primary schools, including Cowley Hill Primary School, Woodlands Primary School, and Parkside School. Secondary schools include Hertswood Academy, Elstree University Technical College and Yavneh College. Independent schools include Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ and Girls’ School. On the west side of Borehamwood in Elstree & Borehamwood railway station, served by trains operated by Govia Thameslink Railway on the Thameslink route. Metroline for London buses runs its number 107 service through the town from New Barnet to Edgware and back, whilst London Sovereign for London buses operates the number 292 bus service going into north-west London. The Uno run bus service that stops at Borehamwood starting from Harfield to Stanmore and back, as well as a bus service that goes to Watford. Interlink operates a bus service to other parts of Hertfordshire. The A1 road passes just to the east of the town, and the M25 motorway passes about 2 miles north of it.
Diamond Removals’ Services in Borehamwood
With our removal service, your relocation will be as smooth as possible. Diamond Removals has a variety of packages that covers our clients’ all different needs and customized vehicles to carry them out. We offer house removals, commercial removals, single furniture or item removals, Man and a Van and many more. No matter moving home, moving office or other requirements, we have enough experience, local knowledge and resources to satisfy our clients’ every relocation requirements anywhere in Borehamwood, which makes us the first choice for removal service to many people moving to or from Borehamwood.
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.
All the staff of Diamond Removals is highly trained professionals. All of them are fully uniformed. All our relocations are carried out by our own vehicles and employees. All the staff is directly employed by our company. We do not hire any agency or casual workers.