Battersea Removals

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    Rated 'Excellent'
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    Family Owned
Established 1973

    Family Owned
    Established 1973

    British Association
of Removers

    British Association
    of Removers

    Eco Friendly

    Eco Friendly

    Moves Made Easy

    Armishaws create bespoke relocation services designed to your exact needs.

    All packages include;

    • Removal Coordinator
      Removal Coordinator
      A dedicated Removal Coordinator will be assigned to your move.
    • Mileage
      Your quote will include mileage to ensure there are no hidden costs.
    • Cover for Goods in Transit
      Cover for Goods in Transit
      We offer restricted liability as standard, further options are available.
    • Carbon Footprint Offsetting
      Carbon Footprint Offsetting
      We’re planting over 2,000 trees to offset our carbon emissions.
    •  Trained, Uniformed Staff
      Trained, Uniformed Staff
      All Armishaws’ crew members are background checked and carry photo ID.
    • Recycled Materials
      Recycled Materials
      Our crews use recycled and recyclable materials wherever possible.
    • Covers & Blankets
      Covers & Blankets
      White goods and furniture are protected with slot-on, padded covers.
    • Carpet Runners
      Carpet Runners
      Full floor protection is also available at both locations (fees may apply).
    • Used Box Recycling Service
      Used Box Recycling Service
      Flat, used boxes can be collected (location dependent, fees may apply).
    • Robe Cartons
      Robe Cartons
      Your clothes will travel in style with specialist boxes for hanging garments.
    • Storage Options
      Storage Options
      Short and long term storage, with collection and delivery also available (fees may apply).
    • Biodegradable Mattress Bags
      Biodegradable Mattress Bags
      These sealable bags are only used once, then recycled.

    What our customers say...

    Armishaws Removals

    Why choose Armishaws for your move...

    Established in 1973, Armishaws are a family run company based here in the South West. We believe in greener removals, we’re planting 2,000 trees in the region to offset the carbon emissions of your move. We’re members of the British Association of Removers and operate to the highest standards of customer care and financial security. All our crews are trained to ensure you receive the best customer service, so you can rest assured that your possessions are well cared for in transit and in storage. With our high Trustpilot rating and reviews from so many happy customers, you can be sure that with Armishaws your move is in good hands.

    Greener Moves

    As part of our commitment to reducing the impact of our removals on the environment…

    2,000 Trees

    We’re planting 2,000 trees to help offset carbon emissions and create vital habitat for wildlife.

    Box Recycling Service

    We collect your boxes to re-use or recycle, giving you one less thing to worry about (dependent on location, fees may apply).

    Recycled Boxes

    All our boxes and soft packaging are made from recycled and recyclable materials to protect your belongs and the environment.

    Greener Vehicles

    Our teams drive greener vehicles and all our drivers go through driver efficiency training to reduce the amount of fuel used.

    Acid Free Wrapping

    We use acid free tissue paper which is not only better for the environment, acid free paper is also far better for your items.

    Biodegradable Mattress Bags

    We use sealable bags to help protect your mattresses while in transit, each bag is used only once before being recycled.

    Make your move greener
    with Armishaws.

    See our Eco Pledge here...

    Battersea removals

    Staying Local

    We cover the area including;

    • Clapham
    • South Lambeth
    • Chelsea
    • Pimlico
    • Wandsworth
    • Putney
    • Earl’s Court
    • Fulham
    • Hurlingham
    • Roehampton

    Ask our friendly team for a free, no hassle quote today.

    Battersea – 6 Quirky Facts

    1. Spending A Penny
      Ladies were originally charged a penny to use the public toilets in Battersea Park. However, when the charges were removed, the richer ladies of the area complained and so the charges were reintroduced. Another female revolt occurred in the 1890s when ladies, banned from riding bicycles in Hyde Park, turned to Battersea Park instead, this time it was rich gentlemen who objected.
    2. During The War
      Only Fools and Horses’ Uncle Albert (aka Buster Merrifield) was born in Battersea, ‘during the war’. Actually, we made that last bit up, Merryfield was born in November 1920. Other Battersea residents have included; Gordon Ramsey, Jack Dee, Simon Le Bon and Roger Moore.
    3. Brown Dog Riots
      If you happened to be in Battersea Park one morning in 1985, you’d have seen a new statue going up of ‘The Brown Dog’. In truth, it wasn’t a new statue at all but a recreation of a statue that had been taken down in 1910. The original statue had been erected in honour of animals that had suffered vivisection at University College. Medical students at the college took offence and repeatedly defaced the statue and in 1907, 1,000 students marched in protest, clashing with police in what became known as the Brown Dog Riots. Eventually Battersea Council took the statue down due to the cost of protecting and repairing the statue plus the controversy it caused.
    4. Power to the People
      Battersea’s most famous landmark, Battersea Power Station started producing power in 1933 despite being only half built, the four towers took a further 20 years to complete. Heat from the station attracted cats and soon a colony of over 200 moggies were living wild around the site. Giles Gilbert Scott who designed much of the outside, also designed the Tate Modern and the iconic red telephone box. During WWII, fearing a German Invasion, the government used the station to burn bank notes from the Bank of England to prevent them from falling into enemy hands. It wasn’t the last time the fires were used for security, in the 60s and 70s the American Embassy sent armed guards to dispose of ‘confidential documents’.
    5. A Dog’s Life
      Having been established in Holloway in 1860 by Mary Teale, The Temporary Home for Lost & Starving Dogs moved to Battersea in 1871. Originally The Times had publicly ridiculed the idea of a home for dogs but one of its most ardent defenders was Charles Dickens, who along with other famous names of the day, helped turn the tide of opinion by highlighting the important work the home was doing. By 1864 Teale and her team cared for 2,000 dogs a year and during WWII the site fed and homed over 145,000 animals. Today Battersea Dogs & Cats Home cares for up to 240 dogs and 145 cats at any one time.
    6. When all this was fields…
      Originally known as ‘Badrices ege’ (possibly meaning the island of a man named Badric), at the time of the Domesday Book in 1086, the name was recorded as ‘Patrisey’, by then the area was owned by the Abbey of Westminster and consisted of 70 houses, putting it in the top 20% of most populated settlements in England. Battersea eventually became the property of the Spencer family (the lineage of Lady Diana Spencer, who became Princess Diana), it was under their ownership that the area was developed to grow fruit, vegetables and flowers for London markets.

    Local Info

    Schools – There are a number of public and independent schools in and around Battersea. View the latest Ofsted information here.

    Population – The census in 2011 gave an official population figure of 305,198.

    Transport – Not far from the A3, Battersea lies in Zone 2 of TfL, however new stations at Nine Elms and Battersea Power Station are included in Zone 1. Clapham Junction offers excellent travel links, the riverfront and Chelsea Harbour are also within easy reach.

    News – Local news and affairs can be found in the Wandsworth Guardian.

    Best of Battersea

    You’ll find an area packed with great independent shops – here’s our top picks;

    Bulk Foods

    If you’re making a fresh start, head to Bulk Foods, a superb zero waste shop full of tasty, healthy foods, without unnecessary packaging.

    99 St John’s Rd, SW11 1QY

    Battersea Brewery

    London has a fine history of brewing, the purveyors of fine taste at Battersea Brewery are taking that legacy to new heights with some outstanding local beers.

    12 – 14 Arches Lane, Battersea Power Station, SW11 8AB

    New Vintage

    No two visits are the same, the ever-changing stock means there’s always new treasures to find at this stylish, eco-friendly store. Always worth popping in.

    256, Battersea Park Road, SW11 3BP

    Park Central Deli

    Fresh fruit and veg, locally sourced flavours and sundries, craft beers, wine… From a croissant and a coffee to go, to all the ingredients for your dinner party.

    Power Station, Units 9 & 10, Circus Rd W, SW11 8EZ

    Flag Bikes

    Jump straight back in the saddle. The friendly team at Flags Bikes will get your old bike purring again or help set up brand new green machine.

    324 Battersea Park Rd, SW11 3BX

    About Battersea

    Home to one of London’s most iconic (and largest) buildings, Battersea is rapidly becoming one of London’s funkiest areas. The smoke, that objecting MP’s once said would ‘bleach babies’, is long gone. Instead, art, music, culture and huge redevelopment has put Battersea right back on the A-Z of coolest hangouts. There’s also great restaurants, independent shops and artisan makers and shakers. Proximity to the river, the wide open space of Battersea Park, it’s no wonder that Londoners are falling in love with Battersea all over again.


    Theatres, cinema, art galleries, restaurants, cafes, independent shops… Battersea is packed with things to see, do, eat and drink. Battersea Park is one of London’s best green spaces and has events throughout the year. The borough itself is packed with ‘happenings’, whether it’s new openings, food festivals, shows or just dining out, Battersea is spoilt for choice.


    With Clapham Junction and the A3 both within easy reach, Battersea has excellent transport links. Battersea is in Zone 2 of TfL, the two new stations at Nine Elms and Battersea Power Station are both in Zone 1. Chelsea Harbour is also nearby.

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