House Clearance in Hainault
The History of Hainault Forest
Following the Perambulation of the Forest of Essex in 1641 in the reign of Charles I the exact boundaries of the forest were established – the River Lee formed a natural boundary in the West, with the highway from Bow bridge to Ilford and the Whalebone Road the Southern boundary and a series of stones formed the Eastern boundary. The forest was bisected by the River Roding from Passingford Bridge north of the Richard Stone to Ilford. It was a natural division and each half became known as Waltham Forest and Hainault Forest.
To the south of Ilford lay a huge monastery known as Barking Abbey and they enjoyed rights to deer and wood for building and heating from a woodland of some 3,000 acres on the edge of the parish of Barking hence Barkingside.
At the Dissolution by Henry VIII the woodland became the King’s own property within Hainault Forest which was still subject to Forest Laws. The woodland became known as Kingswood and following disafforestation in 1851 the woodland was cut down becoming Crown property and farms were set up.
What can EasyClear House Clearance do for you?
EasyClear are a fully insured, licensed and a highly experienced house clearance company. We provide an environmentally sensitive service where we recycle and re-use where ever possible. Where that isn’t possible we ensure that we dispose of your rubbish legitamately and carefully.
We operate locally in Hainault providing house clearance, garden clearance and a full range of contract service for offices and businesses. We offer a worry free contents appraisel which includes professional valuation of antiques, quality collectables and second hand furniture.
Understanding our customer needs and what the customer expects in order to provide the very best bespoke service, has made EasyClear the outstanding clearance provider. With our Hainault house clearance and rubbish removal, EasyClear has a reputation for strong business ethics, combined with an awareness of today’s customers needs.
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