Lee, also known as Lee Green, is a district of southeast London, within the London Boroughs of Lewisham and Greenwich. Compare the Man and Van have recruited man and vans throughout the district, to ensure that you find the perfect driver to accommodate your move. We know that moving can be a difficult and stressful experience, and have worked tirelessly to alleviate possible problems by making sure that finding a man and van is quick, easy and affordably priced. We recommend all of our customers check out our van size guide to see which van is right for you!
In addition, all drivers are insured, vetted and happy to go the extra mile for you on the day of your move. By selecting 'driver helping' on the My Move page, your driver will happily assist you with loading and unloading your items during the moving process. Not only does this remove the tiring task of heavy lifting, but it also means that your move will proceed efficiently, whilst ensuring that each item is handled safely and respectfully.
If you are dealing with a light removal job, Compare the Man and Van will find you the perfect fit. You don't have to worry about spending money on unnecessary assistance; just select no help needed, and you may receive a lower quote instantly. Moreover, If you are only moving one item, Compare the Man and Van even offers a one-item discount at the top of the quotes page.
Feel free to message movers before booking; our message system is a great way to build trust and establish communication prior to booking your man and van. We strive to ensure that you are confident in the reliability, personableness and friendliness of your service provider.
Some notable residents of Lee includes Poet Ernest Dowson, actor Jude Law, philosopher, sociologist and economic historian Karl Marx, South African cricketer Reggie Schwarz and many other famous figures.
St Margaret's Church in Lee was built 1839–41, and burial place of three Astronomers Royal: Edmond Halley, Nathaniel Bliss and John Pond.