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 Battersea
Self storage in Battersea just got a whole lot easier thanks to easyStorage. There’s no need to go through the stress and expense of traditional self storage companies in Battersea when easyStorage is available.
Our no-frills approach to removal and storage saves you money, time, and hassle. That’s cheap storage sorted, but we’ve also got a unique transport solution as part of our bundle of services. At very competitive rates, easyStorage will take all the work off your hands because we collect your goods from your doorstep. There are no hidden costs involved either. Once we have given you a quote, the price will stay the same. You can save up to 50% on your secure storage when choosing easyStorage for moving and storage.
easyStorage makes life easier for those in Battersea, but let’s take a deep dive into what Battersea is all about. This borough is unique because it is so close to central London but has a really tight-knit community feel. You can have it both ways. You can live in a city with its impressive modern amenities, but you also get the sense of community of a smaller town.
So what does “small town” life have to offer residents and visitors? Battersea is the place to be if you’re after fresh food and fun shopping, thanks to a mix of markets held here. They include Northcote Road Market, Hoxton Fruit and Veg Market, Battersea Power Station Market, and Battersea Boot Sale. New Covent Garden Market on Nine Elms Lane is also a drawcard. The fruit and vegetable wholesale market resisted from Covent Garden in 1974.
The area of Battersea has a claim to fame too. Battersea Power Station was featured on the cover of the Pink Floyd album “Animals”. Battersea Power Station was previously a coal-fired power station that opened in 1933 on the south bank of the River Thames. It has a second life now and has been converted into shops and residences.
You can dine around the world at the Battersea Power Station’s Circus West Village. Megan’s is a beautiful riverside restaurant in London’s Battersea, voted one of the most romantic restaurants in the city. They offer home-cooked Mediterranean food with a variety of affordable, quality options for both eat-in and takeaway. Also unmissable is Battersea Brewery. This edgy microbrewery and taproom are based in a restored railway arch next to Battersea Power Station.
At Curry Leaves on Battersea’s Falcon Road, owner and chef Laxman Gurung is known around the borough for his warm personality and remembering his guests' favourite dishes. The delicious South Asian menu is inspired by Laxman's Nepalese mother.
Head down to Le Quecum Bar & Brasserie on High Street for a swanky night out. The intimate setting means musicians are up close, and lively music makes you feel as if you’re in a scene from Chocolat. They have a rustic French menu to order tasty treats from, too. Sinabro on Battersea Rise is a Michelin-star restaurant that serves a fusion of Korean and French cooking with a single set menu. The menu changes every two weeks, so there’s always a reason to return. The atmosphere here is vibrant and the perfect spot to enjoy a London night out.
For more laid-back experiences, a must-see is Battersea Park, which spans over 200 acres and is an enjoyable green space and is home to the London Peace Pagoda. The park sits where there was once marshland reclaimed from the Thames. It was used for market gardens but today is a recreational space residents can enjoy. Canoeing is a popular pastime for those living in Battersea. easyStorage can help those who need to store their gear in winter by storing it in the secure self storage we offer the area.
Are you keen to dine out with your furry friend? The Fox & Hounds is a pup-friendly pub on Latchmere Road. It's the ideal place to stop by after taking your dog for a walk at Battersea Park or Clapham Common.
Just looking for a cuppa? Try out Doppio Coffee Warehouse on Battersea Park Road or Story Coffee at St John's Hill. Other good options are Cafe Blanca and The Farmer's Mistress, both on Battersea Park Road.
With all these great places to explore when you move to Battersea, the last thing you need to be worried about is high storage costs. Let the team at easyStorage help you with any removal and self storage solutions you need. No matter where you are travelling from, easyStorage ensures your belongings are clean, safe and dry, giving you peace of mind. We also offer customers moving packs at very affordable rates for furniture storage or business storage.
We're keen to help you find the answer to any of your questions. Our website has a wealth of information, and we also offer live chat and phone support.