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 Bow
With easyStorage, residents of Bow can now save up to 50% on their self storage. As part of the “easy” family, we take on a no-frills approach to storage by ensuring our clients only pay for extras they actually need. Our aim is to reduce the stress of moving and storage with our convenient and cheap storage services.
Available throughout the UK, our self storage solutions also extend beyond Bow to Brent Cross and Camberwell. We’ll take care of your removal and storage needs by bringing our self storage units to your door. Once your items have been loaded, the sealed easyPods will be delivered to our secure storage facility.
Let's explore the attractions of Bow, and see what else it offers besides expedient storage services.
Bow is a district situated in the east London borough of Tower Hamlets. It’s located just a few miles from Charing Cross. The name Bow is the shortened version of Stratford-at-Bow, a medieval reference to Bow Bridge. This 12th-century bridge crossed the River Lea between Middlesex and Essex. It was demolished and replaced in 1839.
Bow has a long history with several commemorations around the area. On Bow Road, outside St Mary’s Church is a statue of four-term prime minister, William Ewart Gladstone. On the corner of Harley Grove and Bow Road, a memorial plaque honours George Lansbury, former mayor of Poplar and MP. Near Alfred Street, a clock in memory of his daughter-in-law Minnie Lansbury is situated above the shops. This is in remembrance of the 30 Poplar councillors who protested unequal taxation of indigent citizens.
Modernising Bow has taken place over time, like the town hall being built in the 1930s and the upgrades to the district ahead of the 2012 Olympics.
If you are planning any upgrades to your space and don't have room for older items anymore, speak to us about our self storage options. We have flexible payment plans that offer discounts if you pay upfront for longer periods, like three or six months. Contact us now for a customised package!
Bow also contains parts of both Victoria Park and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. These parks are great outdoor areas with impressive amenities for locals to enjoy. Victoria Park is particularly famous as a spot for outdoor music festivals, especially during the 1970s and 1980s. Bus routes 227 and 425 venture through the middle of the park with bus stops on Grove Road. Less than a mile away, the 388 bus travels through Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to The Copper Box bus stop while 339 disembarks at White Post Lane bus stop.
Along with outdoor spaces, families also have a number of schooling options in Bow. Schools that stand out include St. Agnes Primary on Rainhill Way, Bow School on Twelvetrees Crescent, and Malmesbury Primary on Coborn Street.
The East End of London boasts quite a selection of eateries. Vicolo Romano on Roman Road serves authentic Mediterranean pizzas. For peri-peri chicken and burgers, Ranchos on Eleanor Street does not disappoint. The Lord Morpeth on Old Ford Road was a regular venue for suffragettes in the 1840s and still emits the same ambience, just with updated decor. Those craving curry can make their way to Original Kitchen on Arnold Street for fusion Indian cuisine.
Whether it’s residential or business storage, easyStorage has storage solutions to suit any budget. Along with Bow, we have extended our storage services to Bushey and Coulsdon. Eager to get the process started? For self storage in Bow, give us a call or make an online booking - our friendly staff are waiting to assist you!