The British capital is one of the most populated and fast-growing cities in Europe, and this comes at a price. In the last few years, London is amongst the top 10 cities when it comes to congestion. If you have decided to relocate to England’s capital and plan a London house removal, there is a lot you need to learn about the traffic organisation. In order for you to properly plan and execute a less stressful moving to London, you have to get to know the specific traffic rules and penalties. After all, you can’t carry all of your belonging by hand, you will need to hire some sort of transportation.
There are some general rules and terms that you need to familiarise yourself with before packing and leaving for the big city.
The traffic on the London streets is managed by thirty-four different highway authorities that take responsibility for different parts of the city. You need to check which authorities are responsible at your local council.
The best way to avoid any penalties is to spend some time on the London streets and do a site assessment. In the week before your house move go to your new place and have a look at the road signs and the traffic organisation. A good tip is to go there with your moving coordinator so they can assist you. They will know the best way to organise the actual transportation and unloading of your belongings. The things you should be looking for that can be a potential obstacle for all big London house removals are:
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