The full range of cleaning services in Kilburn NW6 – London:
- Carpet Cleaning in Kilburn NW6 – London
- Domestic Cleaning in Kilburn NW6 – London
- Office Cleaning in Kilburn NW6 – London
- End of Tenancy cleaning in Kilburn NW6 – London
- Upholstery Cleaning in Kilburn NW6 – London
- Rug Cleaning in Kilburn NW6 – London
- Regular Cleaning in Kilburn NW6 – London
- Spring Cleaning in Kilburn NW6 – London
- Move In Cleaning, Move Out Cleaning in Kilburn NW6 – London
- Hard Floor Cleaning in Kilburn NW6 – London
- Commercial Cleaning
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Some facts about Kilburn NW6
Kilburn High Road is part of the modern A5 road. It forms the boundary between Brent and Camden and dates back to pre-Roman times as part of the Roman road known as Watling Street. Kilburn has its origins in XII century on the banks of Kilburn Brook.
Nowadays Kilburn is a busy and multicultural London district with the highest Irish population among London areas, as well as a large Afro-Caribbean population. It is identified in the London Plan as one of 35 major centres in Greater London.
Our clients in Kilburn NW6 often need Carpet Cleaning, Office Cleaning, End of Tenancy cleaning, Move In Cleaning, Move Out Cleaning. To obtain cleaning services in Kilburn NW6 - use the form above or contact us on: 0800 043 1766 and email@example.com.
Kilburn High Road is served by several railway lines which traverse the road in an east-west direction, connecting the area with central London and outer north-west London suburbs. The railways were first introduced to Kilburn in 1852 when the LNWR opened Kilburn & Maida Vale station (today’s Kilburn High Road railway station), followed by two stations opened in the Brondesbury area of Kilburn by the Hampstead Junction Railway (1860) and the Metropolitan Railway (1879). Numerous plans were drawn up at the turn of the 20th century to construct an underground railway tunnel under the length of the Edgware Road and Kilburn High Road, including an unusual scheme to build a type of subterranean monorail roller coaster, but these proposals were abandoned. Today, Kilburn is served by London Underground and London Overground from the following stations: