South London Branch
- Clockwork Removals Limited South London
- Unit 7, Merton Industrial Estate
- Lee Road
- SW19 3HX
Turn on to Jubilee Way and then take a left at the first roundabout on to Lee Road. Take the first right after passing the Homebase (on the left) and you will see our depot.
Areas we cover
Removals In Wandsworth
If you’re looking for the premier removals company in Wandsworth, you’ve come to the right place. With a wealth of experience helping customers with office removals, move home and relocate abroad, Clockwork Removals can help you throughout every stage of the removals process, from packing to the big move.
Storage in Wandsworth
If you’re looking for reliable, affordable storage throughout Wandsworth and the surrounding areas, Clockwork Removals are for you. With secure storage containers starting from £10 a week, you will be able to keep your items safe when it comes to selling your home, no matter your budget.
Whatever your requirement, you can be sure that we have a removals solution to help – we offer a range of services, including:
If you would like further information about Clockwork’s first-rate removals and storage services, simply give us a call today on 0203 1241 663, we would be happy to help!
Local Case studies
Branch Focus: South London
Branch Focus: South London and the South East Located in Wimbledon, SW19, Clockwork’s south London branch offers residential, commercial and international removals south of the river Thames. The branch also has domestic, commercial and trade storage facilities operating throughout London and the South East. Branch Manager: Guy Lovegrove Number of crew:…
The Slavery Museum
The Wimbledon branch under took a large commercial move for the The Slavery museum in South West London. A library…
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Wandsworth is home to London’s most boring bridge. Wandsworth Bridge was opened in 1940, and was painted dull a blue as camouflage against air raids and this rather boring colour remains to this day.
Some famous Wandsworth residents, both past and present include; Thomas Cromwell, David Lloyd George, Keira Knightley, Sadiq Khan, Frank Bruno, Daniel Defoe and Thomas Hardy.
Wandsworth takes its name from the River Wandle.