ABC Selfstore have been offering storage for the Lewisham area from our Southwark store located on Ossory Road in London SE1 for some 17 years.
Store details : ABC Selfstore Southwark
Lewisham can be a very expensive part of London to live in, and space is in short supply - so if you're moving house, redecorating, or just need some extra room short or long term then self storage is a great solution.
If your business needs storage for surplus or seasonal stock, records, archives or temporary storage without the commitment of a lease then we can help!
Whatever your reason for needing storage, it's what we're here for. Self storage that's simple, flexible, convenient and as you'll only pay for the days you stay - affordable.
If you've used self storage before, or you know what you need, you can book your storage now without fuss using our pricing system to the left!
If this is your first experience of Self storage it might seem a daunting prospect. It's actually really easy and our 'Self Storage for beginners' page is the ideal place to learn the ropes.
You'll be able to size up the unit you need in no time, along with a whole load of other practical pointers.
There's also our FREE "Self Storage Explained" PDF for you to download!
Alternatively if you would just prefer to speak to someone, you can call the Southwark store and a member of our friendly team will be happy to help.
It couldn't be easier to reserve your storage space. Our online storage booking system is available 24/7 for you to check availability and get a quote.
Once you've reserved billing won't begin until the day you move into your unit. And if you change your mind that's just fine. There's no obligation until you move in to your unit.
Real-time availability and up-to-date prices for storage in Lewisham are available now - direct from the store using our online booking system.
With our Price Promise you can be sure you're getting the most competitive prices for storage in Lewisham.
Units on upper floors often cost less than the same square footage on lower floors - worth noting if you're hunting for a storage bargain.
Availability for our most popular units can be limited so get in quick!
As an independent family owned business we're a refreshing change to large corporate storage companies. We appreciate good customer service and great value ourselves - which is why with ABC you get a whole host of benefits that you won't find anywhere else :
Plus - our customer service is second to none, so you'll find storing with ABC Selfstore a breeze - however long you're with us. Fergal and the team look forward to welcoming you to our Southwark store.
The borough of Lewisham is in the south east of greater London, and was formed from the amalgamation of Lewisham and Deptford metropolitan Boroughs. Although it is called the borough of Lewisham, the local authority is based in the town of Catford. Some of the areas which were originally held by Lewisham, such as the Royal Docks of Deptford, were handed over to other boroughs in time. The borough is connected to a number of other boroughs in the area, including Greenwhich, Southwark, Tower Hamlets and Bromley.
There are a range of famous locations in Lewisham, including New Cross, Brockley, and Sydenham. Sydenham in particular has an interesting reputation, featuring famous names such as Shackleton the explorer, John Logie Baird, Jason Statham, and others including W.G. Grace, the famous cricketer. It gained more recent fame as there were sightings of a large black cat in the area, and one man was believed to have been attacked by it. Forest Hill, to the west of the borough of Lewisham, is well known for the Horniman Museum, which collects anthropological items. It also has an aquarium, and one of the best collections of instruments in the UK. Forest Hill is also the location of the Hob Pub, where acts such as Phil Jupitus and Mark Lamarr have played.
Telegraph Hill was one of the first signalling stations to be built in the late eighteenth century, and it was through this station that news of the battle of Waterloo was announced to London. it was fully developed in 1871, and the new houses were built in a villa style with wide streets lined with trees. The park at the bottom of Telegraph Hill is now open to the public, and it is also known for its entertainment, particularly the Telegraph Hill Festival.
Originally known as Hatcham, the town of New Cross in the north of the borough is a site which attracts many students. It is the location of Goldsmiths College, which now operates out of the former Town Hall. Catford, to the south, has some interesting relics of Brutalist architecture, although these are gradually being modernized. It is the famous site of the Catford cat, a large statue of a feline outside the Catford shopping centre. As an alternative to this, Brockley has many attractive open spaces, including the Ladywell Cemetery which is now a nature reserve, and Hilly Fields, which was saved from development by campaigners in the 1890s.
Here are some of the latest reviews from our customers - see what they think about storing with ABC Selfstore
I was very impressed with Florentina. I found her to be helpful and welcoming.
The staff were exceptional - very competent, friendly and went above and beyond
Suzanne was incredibly nice, efficient, friendly, and professional