Self storage that works for you
Simple. Book your storage and collection online or through the phone, your possessions are collected and stored in secure, climate controlled facility. We bring your them back when you need them. No hassle. No muscle.
Book your storage and collection online or through the phone.
Your items are stored in secure, climate controlled facility.
We bring your items back when you need them. No hassle.
Storage Units in Barking
Friendly and affordable self storage around Barking is offered by easyStorage. We collect your items from your door or business to make removal and storage easier. For a small fee, you get help packing. Additionally, delivery to our secure self storage units nearby comes free. The cost of the van and petrol is on us!
Our easyPods that house your items are locked with a security seal when your belongings are loaded. It stays this way until you ask for your items to be returned to you. We have over 1,500 storage facilities across the UK. And, we deliver reliable and practical self storage to Barking, Wellington, Balham and other areas near London.
easyStorage is proud to serve Barking. Here’s why!
Barking is located within East London, a 50-minute drive from Charing Cross. It began as an ancient fish and farming parish on the River Roding. It expanded to become a farming and fishing hub on the River Thames. Fisher Street in Barking owes its name to the town’s past. The leading industries in Barking from the 14th to the 19th century were fishing and boat building. Barking’s boat-building skills were used to repair Henry VIII’s royal ships.
Jute spinning and the manufacturing of paint and chemicals later replaced the nautical economy. With London's suburbs flourishing in the 20th century, Barking eventually became part of Greater London. The London Underground has served Barking Railway Station since 1854.
The area is home to Barking Abbey. The Abbey is known for holding many important figures in English history. King William The Conqueror, who famously led the Normans to victory in the Battle of Hastings in 1066, for example. When the Abbey was built in the seventh century, it originally served as a monastery for Saint Ethelburga, sister of Bishop of London. The Abbey ruins are now a public open space called "Abbey Green". The area is recognisable for its fully restored Listed Curfew Tower.
Another historical drawcard to Barking is Eastbury Manor House on Eastbury Square. These days it hosts a range of lifestyle education and community events. From the 1600s to the 20th century, it was a farming estate until the surrounding land was sold to developers. Surrounded by beautiful gardens at the heart of town, it's also often used as a wedding venue.
Operating a business in Barking? easyStorage is your partner in business! With reliable and secure business storage, we can help store goods while you are renovating or help you by holding on to extra stock. We offer self storage for as little as 30 days or long term, making this a flexible and convenient self storage solution for business owners in Barking. Prepaid payments get you secure storage with 24-hour surveillance.
The town has a low population that covers a vast residential area, with the centre being a large retail and commercial district. Barking Riverside has been redeveloped on the site of former industrial lands. The Boathouse Cafe & Bar in the Granary Building is a popular venue in the Barking Riverside district. Located behind Ice House Studios on Abbey Road, it has a large terrace beside the river. The venue presents light meals, cocktails and craft beers. There’s also a guest DJ and live performances as part of the nightlife feature.
Residents head to the Vicarage Field Shopping Centre on Ripple Road in Barking to enjoy restaurants. There is an eclectic mix of menus, including the dishes available at Eastern Paradise. It serves authentic Indian, Asian and Bangladeshi cuisine. Then there’s the family-run AL’s Diner that has been serving up a traditional British menu for over 25 years.
Barking has green spaces too, such as The Chase Local Nature Reserve, Dagenham. A walk through The Chase is an excellent way to enjoy wildlife and nature away from the stresses of modern life. A walk through The Chase is a refreshing break for the family.
In one of the most popular park run events in England, Barking Park hosts a free entrance race every Saturday morning. The event starts at the tennis courts and stretches along the boating lake before returning to the courts. The course also runs along Longridge Road, a stretch of pavement home to a variety of trees that line the street.
Well-known footballers have lived in Barking, such as Bobby Moore and John Terry. British and European Championships in Formula Ford and Formula Renault winner Scott Malvern was born here. Former rugby union prop forward Jason Leonard started his career at Barking RFC.
If you’re considering moving into Barking, plan your relocation with easyStorage. We’ll store the entire contents of your household while you’re between properties. Or, we’ll provide furniture storage to keep older valuables until you’ve confirmed a buyer. It’s stress-free
easyStorage has a simple self storage solution for you whether you’re in Barking, Wallington or Balham. Contact us for a quick storage solution.