Professinal rubbish collection service made simple. Although there are no official boundaries for this area of London, it can be said for certain that it contains many famous landmarks and cultural institutions, aside from being one of the most affluent residential areas in London. The Natural History Museum, Natural Science Museum, Royal College of Art as well as the Victoria and Albert Museum all reside in this area. The area is and was also home to a number of famous names, including Francis Bacon, George Wallis and Beatrix Potter.
Knowledge of your area is completed by our rubbish removal team, they love it. So we like to share it. You are looking to get waste collected? Our uniform team will do all the clearing no matter where it’s located. We will even sweep up afterwards, leaving your place in a clean and tidy state. So whether you need a office cleared or declutter your home, we can help.
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South Kensington - The area was largely undeveloped until the mid-19th century, being an agricultural area supplying London with fruit and vegetables. However, following the 1851 Great Exhibition in Hyde Park, an 87 acre (352,000 mÂ²) area around what is now Exhibition Road was purchased by the commissioners of the exhibition, in order to create a home for institutions dedicated to the arts and sciences - resulting in the foundation of the museums and university here. Adjacent landowners began to develop their land in the 1860s as a result of the creation of new roads and a boom in the development of areas around London, and the absorption of South Kensington into London was sealed by the arrival of the Underground to Gloucester Road and South Kensington in 1868.