Removals in Coulsdon
D&A Removals are a professional and highly experienced
removals company serving customers across Croydon
Trusted Removals in Coulsdon
Removals in Surrey, Kent and the London area.
Welcome to D&A Removals Coulsdon!
So you’ve finally planned your move in or out of the Coulsdon area but you’ve hit a snag. Which removals company is going to be able to shift all those bulky items, fragile electronics and expensive furniture? That’s where D&A come in. We’ve been in the business for more than 15 years and have earned an outstanding repuation for putting our customers first. Our friendly team are on hand to assist you with your move and provide you with the best value for money. Check our customer reviews to see for yourself.
At D&A Removals, we’re smooth movers
We believe the key to a smooth move is in the planning. That’s why we at D&A Removals utilise our unique shipment process to get you and your belongings into your new property in good time. We are with you every step of the way with our fully industry trained team and our fleet of clean, mordern and fully equipped vans you can be sure of a great moving experience with us. Please don’t just take our word for it, check out our customer reviews and see for yourself.
Why Choose Us
Set in the North Downs, Coulsdon, a town in South London famed for its old quarrying industry is an up and coming part of the city. With new housing estates popping up in the town, now is the time to grab a slice of the London life. With its fantastic transportation links into the city and pleasant parade of shops, it’s no wonder the population as surged in recent years to over 25.000. The alternate centre, Old Coulsdon, has a recreation ground/cricket pitch-focused village green, a much smaller parade of shops than Coulsdon’s high street between Coulsdon South and Town stations and a medieval church. London’s ‘Brighton Road’, locally the official name, and the railways, served by both semi-fast and stopping services, give Smitham Bottom/Valley a bustling, busier setting for economic life.
Old Coulsdon occupies the south-east of the district. Scattered, rather than clustered are six listed buildings, for their national heritage and architectural value, at Grade II. Two categories above this, in the highest class, Grade I is the Church of St John the Evangelist here. This is by the recreation ground, shortly after Marlpit Lane has been joined by Coulsdon Road, from the north. St John’s is late thirteen century with extensive later additions, made of flint and rubble with much brick patching. Its nave spans two (window) bays. Older still is its “good” chancel of 1250 with stepped sedilia and piscina. The west tower above the entrance is of circa 1400 with corner buttresses and a tapering broach spire. A nave at right angles, replacing the south aisle; in decorated style was designed for its 1958 construction by J B S Comper.