House Clearance in Kilburn

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House Clearance in Kilburn

House Clearance in Kilburn

Kilburn in WWII

During the Second World War Kilburn suffered bomb damage, including a V1 hit on Canterbury Terrace that kiled 16 people. After the war the Greater London Plan was brought about the redevelopment of Kilburn Obsolete industry was replaced with flats. Unfortunately, many Victorian buildings also had to go. Blocks of flats were also built on Shoop Up Hill. A lot of labour was provided by Irish immigrants, many of whom settled in the area.

In the early 1960s a shopping precent was built in Kilburn Square, along with a 17 story ‘pocket skyscraper’. Irish population now shared the area with imigrants from the Indian subcontinent. A Hindu temple joined the numerous places of worhsip in Kilburn in the 1970s.??

The Tricycle Theatre at Foresters’ Hall from the late 1970s contitued the entertainment tradition of the area, and together with the Kilburn Festivals of the 1980s enhanced Kilburn’s artistic reputation.

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 Kilburn 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 Kilburn house clearance and rubbish removal, EasyClear has a reputation for strong business ethics, combined with an awareness of today’s customers needs.

Call us anytime of the day or night 0800 58 78 783 (mobiles call 0208 773 2000)