NW1 Camden Town Van Man | Regent’s Park & Marylebone Removals

Camden Town man in a vanVan Man in London provide a punctual and affordable man with a van service to all NW London, including NW1 removals in Camden Town, Somers Town, Primrose Hill, Lisson Grove and Gospel Oak.

We can easily help with you house or office move in St. Pancras, King’s Cross or Marylebone, with our professional Luton van man service.

Our van drivers are happy to help pack, load and unload and extra van men are available as required. We provide house moves and office moves 7 days a week, including bank holiday removal jobs, giving you complete choice. We offer removals in Luton vans to all London, Hertfordshire and the rest of SE England, including the NW1 area of North West London.

We offer a NW1 van man in London to all the following areas:

Regent’s Park

Regent’s Park (officially The Regents Park) is a Royal Park in London, mostly in the City of Westminster with some sections in the Borough of Camden.

Regent’s Park is 2km2 and includes a boating area, fountains, play area and gardens.  London Zoo is in the north-east section of the park.

St. Pancras

St. Pancras is both the name of the area in London, as well as referring to St Pancras Tube Station and the St. Panras international station.

St. Pancras old church on Euston Road is believed to be one of the oldest Christian churches.  The graveyard of this church has connections with Thomas Hardy and Charles Dickens.

Camden Town

Camden Town is an inner-city area of North London.

It has a thriving art and music culture, centred around the Roundhouse theatre, a popular music venue in Camden Town.  Camden Street Market is also a popular attraction and has been since 1973, when it first started primarily with fruit and vegetable produce.  Most of the stalls now sell tourist items, with only 2 or 3 food stall remaining.

King’s Cross

King’s Cross, as well as being a song by the Pet Shop Boys is a district of London, where we offer a removals and van man service.

King’s Cross got it’s name from a monument built in 1830 dedicated to King George IV.  This was built at the junction of Gray’s Inn Road, New Road and Pentonville Road (later renamed Euston Road). The monument was 60′ tall, with an 11′ tall statue of King George IV.  It was quoted as being “a ridiculous octagonal structure crowned by an absurd statue”.


Marylebone (which can be written as St. Marylebone or Mary-le-bone) is an affluent, area of central London in the City of Westminster.  Its borders are Marylebone Road, Portland Place, Oxford Street and Edgware road, as shown in the table below (with up representing North).

Marylebone Road
Edgware Road Marylebone Portland Place
Oxford Street

While these are the strict borders of Marylebone, it is sometime also said to include Regents Park, Marylebone station, Lisson Grove and even St. John’s Wood and Cleveland Street.

Removals Company

We offer a removals service to Regent’s Park, St. Pancras, Camden Town, King’s Cross and Marylebone, van man with large Luton vans and a guaranteed, professionl removal service.