ABC Selfstore provide self storage in West Norwood from our Wandsworth store located on Garratt Lane in London SW18. We've been in business for over 19 years, so you can rest assured you'll get outstanding service from a company that prides itself on customer satisfaction.
Space is not cheap in West Norwood and self storage is an affordable way to make more room for yourself. Whether business or domestic we've got storage units of all sizes for all needs and budgets.
We pride ourselves on offering top-notch customer service and as - with ABC Selfstore - you'll only ever pay for the days you stay there will never be any surprise costs.
ABC Selfstore's 'Self Storage for beginners' page is just the job if you are new to self storage.
We've got some great advice to help you calculate the amount of space you will need in your unit, along with plenty of other useful suggestions.
We also have a FREE "Self Storage Explained" PDF for you to download!
If you'd rather speak to a real person call our Wandsworth store and one of our ABC Selfstore team will be delighted to help.
It's easy to check availability and get a quote and make a booking with ABC Selfstore's online booking system.
You don't start paying for your storage until the day you move in and sign your storage agreement. There's no obligation, so if you need space make a reservation now - there's nothing to lose!
The prices you'll find through our online booking system are live from the store - which means you'll always have the most up-to-date availability and cost.
Found it at a lower price? The ABC Selfstore Price Promise is your guarantee that we won't be beaten - like-for-like - on price.
Units are subject to availability and upper floors often cost less than equivalent square footage on the ground floor - worth bearing in mind if you're looking for a bargain.
Self Storage companies are NOT all the same! With ABC you benefit from a combination of storage benefits that you won't find anywhere else :
And of course no matter how long you stay, everyone benefits from ABC's great customer service. Caroline and the team look forward to welcoming you to our Wandsworth store!
A district of the Borough of Lambeth, West Norwood, London SE27, contains many of the familiar features of the district, including Knights Hill and Thurlow Park. The district contains a number of residential areas, although there is a tradition of industry in the southern areas. It sits alongside other districts of Lambeth, including Streatham, all of which are primarily areas of residence. The district is known for its private schools, including the foundation of Elmgreen school which is partially funded by the Government. It also has a number of centres for those with learning disabilities, including part of the L'Arche Lambeth, founded by Therese Vanier and intended to provide care homes and residential workshops for those with learning difficulties.
West Norwood was, for many years, known as Lower Norwood, which involved dividing London's Great North Wood into several different enclosures. The land which was gained was given to the Archbishop of Canterbury at the South, and to Lord Thurlow at the north end. In earlier years, there had been several taverns in the area which were associated with woodland. Almost all of the Wood was destroyed by the enclosure acts of the 1790s, which effectively created Norwood district. Alongside the cutting up of the wood, new churches, High Streets and workers' cottages were built, with the intention of creating farming land in the area. However, within a century of the enclosure, West Norwood had become a densely populated area, with many of the large estate houses being removed in order to fit in smaller terraced houses.
Despite the intentions of creating a small shopping village in the West Norwood district, in fact this never occurred, with most of the district's shopping areas being located along Norwood Road leading down to Herne Hill. This situation was not improved by the problem of Second World War bomb damage, which decimated the areas around West Norwood railway station. Many of the current residential estates were built to house people who had lost their homes during the War.
The land known as Knights Hill was owned by Thomas Knyght in the 16th century, and was a part of the original Lambeth Manor. Part of this land was gained by Lord Thurlow in the Enclosure acts, and later formed the basis for the residential estate, named for the original owner of the land. One of the biggest local landmarks in the area is West Norwood Cemetery, one of the so-called 'Magnificent Seven' Victorian cemeteries in London. Famous artists and entertainers are buried there.
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