House Clearance Buckinghamshire

Jeffrey Avery and Associates is a specialist house clearance company based in Buckinghamshire.

We have been been providing a fully comprehensive service to members of the public, legal and property professionals, executors and administrators, both in the UK and abroad for over 35 years. We are now one of the leading house clearance Buckinghamshire Companies.

House Clearance Buckinghamshire: In addition to our core service as Buckinghamshire house clearance experts, we can also provide a full property management solution, including the securing of a property against water damage by draining the central heating, for example.

Over the last 35 years, we have grown and expanded the range of services we provide, but we have always retained our commitment to quality and good value.

For more information, contact Jeffrey Avery on 0800 567 7769

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Fully Comprehensive House Clearance in Buckinghamshire

We specialise in full House Contents Clearance. We can tackle any House Clearance Buckinghamshire job, of any size and in any location.

Buckinghamshire house clearance waste is handled by our dedicated recycling centre.

We are also specialists in clutter clearance, and will be pleased to clear properties containing years of accumulated posessions, or which have abnormal amounts of general household items, sometimes as a result of illness, (eg Compulsive Hoarding Syndrome, or OCD), or where the occupants were previously unwell and unable to care for themselves or their property, resulting in insanitary, dangerous conditions. We are expert clutter clearers.

We carry out House Clearances in every town and postcode in Buckinghamshire, and all surrounding areas.

Additional Services:

We also provide a host of related, additional services, including deep cleaning of neglected houses, and the reinstatement of overgrown and out of control gardens, garden clearance, Central Heating, Water and Electricity Isolation, comprehensive Locksmith Services, and Hoarding Service. Our aim is to simplify the process of making your property ready for sale or transfer to a landlord.

Our Commitment to Quality

We are aware that a house clearance is often required in difficult circumstances, such as bereavement, and we pride ourselves on our expertise in carrying out our services with care, discretion, and with as little disruption as possible.

In particular, we will always:

Jeffrey Avery and Associates is fully insured and is a licenced waste carrier.

House Clearance Buckinghamshire: Carried out by our dedicated local Buckinghamshire team.

House clearance Buckinghamshire: Areas

Buckinghamshire towns and postcodes A-E:

Amersham HP7 Aston Abbotts HP22 Aylesbury HP20 Beaconsfield HP9 Bledlow Ridge HP14 Bourne End SL8 Brill HP18 Buckingham MK18 Burnham SL1 Chalfont St Giles HP8 Cheddington LU7 Chesham HP5 Cholesbury HP23 Denham UB9

Buckinghamshire towns and postcodes F-R:

Farnham Common SL2 Fulmer SL3 Gerrards Cross SL9 Great Brickhill MK17 Great Missenden HP16 Grendon Underwood HP18 Haddenham HP17 Hambleden RG9 Ickford HP18 Iver SL0 Lillingstone Dayrell MK18 Little Chalfont HP7 Long Crendon HP18 Marlow SL7 Milton Keynes MK6 Mursley MK17 Naphill HP14 Newport Pagnell MK16 North Marston MK18 Penn HP10 Princes Risborough HP27 Quainton HP22

Buckinghamshire towns and postcodes S-Z:

Shenley Church End MK5 Soulbury LU7 Steeple Claydon MK18 Stewkley LU7 Stoke Goldington MK16 Stoke Mandeville HP22 Stony Stratford MK11 The Lee HP16 Turville Heath RG9 Waddesdon HP18 Wendover HP22 Whitchurch HP22 Wing LU7 Winslow

Other Buckinghamshire towns A-C:

Addington Adstock Akeley Amersham Ashendon Ashley Green Askett Aston Abbotts Aston Clinton Aston Sandford Aylesbury Ballinger Common Barton Hartshorn Beachampton Beacon's Bottom Beaconsfield Bellingdon Biddlesden Bierton Bishopstone Bledlow Bledlow Ridge Boarstall Bolter End Booker Botley Botolph Claydon Bourne End Boveney Bradenham Brill Buckingham Buckland Buckland Common Burcott Burnham Butler's Cross Cadmore End Calvert Chackmore Chalfont Common Chalfont St Giles Chalfont St Peter Charndon Chartridge Chearsley Cheddington Chenies Chesham Chesham Bois Chetwode Chilton Cholesbury Coleshill Cryers Hill Cublington Cuddington

Other Buckinghamshire towns D-H:

Dadford Dagnall Denham Denham Green Dinton Dorney Dorton Downley Drayton Beauchamp Drayton Parslow Dropmore Dunsmore Dunton Easington East Claydon Edgcott Edlesborough Ellesborough Farnham Common Farnham Royal Fawley Fingest Flackwell Heath Ford Forty Green Frieth Fulmer Gawcott George Green Gerrards Cross Granborough Great Brickhill Great Horwood Great Kimble Great Kingshill Great Missenden Greenlands Grendon Underwood Haddenham Halton Hambleden Hardwick Hartwell Hazlemere Hedgerley Hedsor High Wycombe Hillesden Hitcham Hoggeston Holmer Green Holtspur Horn Hill Horton Hughenden Valley Hulcott Hyde Heath

Other Buckinghamshire towns I-R:

Ibstone Ickford Ilmer Iver Iver Heath Ivinghoe Ivinghoe Aston Jordans Kimble Wick Kingsey Kingswood Knotty Green Lacey Green Lane End Latimer Leckhampstead Ledburn Lee Clump Lillingstone Dayrell Lillingstone Lovell Little Chalfont Little Hampden Little Horwood Little Kimble Little Kingshill Little Marlow Little Missenden Long Crendon Longwick Loosley Row Loudwater Lower Winchendon Lower Woodend Ludgershall Lye Green Maids' Moreton Marlow Marsh Gibbon Marsworth Meadle Medmenham Mentmore Middle Claydon Mill End Monks Risborough Mursley Naphill Nash Nash Lee Newton Longville Newtown North End North Lee North Marston Northend Nup End Oakley Oving Owlswick Padbury Penn Penn Street Pitch Green Pitchcott Pitstone Pitstone Green Poundon Preston Bissett Prestwood Princes Risborough Quainton Richings Park Rockwell End Rowsham

Other Buckinghamshire towns S-Z:

Saunderton Seer Green Shabbington Shalstone Skirmett Slapton Soulbury South End South Heath St Leonards Steeple Claydon Stewkley Stoke Hammond Stoke Mandeville Stoke Poges Stokenchurch Stone Swanbourne Taplow The City The Lee Thornborough Thorney Thornton Tingewick Turville Turville Heath Turweston Twyford Tylers Green Upper North Dean Upper Winchendon Upton Waddesdon Walton Water Stratford Waterside Weedon Well End Wendover West Wycombe Westbury Westcott Westlington Weston Turville Whaddon Whitchurch Winchmore Hill Wing Wingrave Winslow Wooburn Wooburn Green Worminghall Wotton Underwood Wycombe Marsh

Some interesting facts about Buckinghamshire:

The name Buckinghamshire is Anglo-Saxon in origin and means The district (scire) of Bucca's home. Bucca's home refers to Buckingham in the north of the county, and is named after an Anglo-Saxon landowner. The county has been so named since about the 12th century; however, the county itself has existed since it was a subdivision of the kingdom of Mercia (585 to 919).

The history of the area, though, predates the Anglo-Saxon period and the county has a rich history starting from the Celtic and Roman periods, though the Anglo-Saxons perhaps had the greatest impact on Buckinghamshire: the geography of the rural county is largely as it was in the Anglo-Saxon period. Later, Buckinghamshire became an important political arena, with King Henry VIII intervening in local politics in the 16th century and just a century later the English Civil War was reputedly started by John Hampden in mid-Bucks.

Historically, the biggest change in the county has become the 19 th century, when the combination of cholera and famine struck the rural region, forcing many to move to larger cities in search of work. Not only does this change the local economy, has meant a lot of land was going cheap at the same time, when the rich were more mobile and leafy Bucks became popular in the rural idyll: the image, it still has today. Buckinghamshire is a popular home for London commuters, which will increase local prosperity, but some pockets of relative scarcity remain.

Currently, the county has two higher-level governments: the Buckinghamshire County Council, which manages about four-fifths of the county (see map above) and the Borough of Milton Keynes, a unitary authority which administers the remaining fifth. There are four municipalities that are subordinate to the County Council: Aylesbury Vale, Chiltern, South Bucks and Wycombe.

The county was founded in 1889 with its base in the new municipal buildings in Walton Street, Aylesbury (still there). In Buckinghamshire, the local government to operate on a two-tier system where public services are divided between the county and some municipal councils.

In 1960, the Council moved to new facilities: a skyscraper of 15 floors in the heart of Aylesbury (photo), designed by architect Thomas Pooley. Said to be one of the buildings the most unpopular and hated in Buckinghamshire, it is now a Grade II listed building.

In 1997, the northern part of Buckinghamshire Milton Keynes Borough separated to form a unitary authority, but of ceremonial and other purposes Milton Keynes is still considered part of Buckinghamshire.

Buckinghamshire County Council is a major employer in the county and offers a wide range of services such as education (schools, adult education and youth services), social services, roads, libraries, County Record Office Archive , County Museum and Roald Dahl Children's Gallery in Aylesbury, consumer services and some waste management and planning.

The crest of the Buckinghamshire County Council has a white swan in chains. This dates back to Anglo-Saxon countries, where the swans were bred in Buckinghamshire for the pleasure of the king. The swan is in chains shows that the swan is tied to the monarchy, an old law still applies to wild swans in Britain today. The arms were held in the Battle of Agincourt by the Duke of Buckingham.

Swan is more than a gold band, whose center is the Whiteleaf Cross, representing the many ancient sites in the county. The shield is surmounted by a beech tree, representing the Chiltern Forest that once covered nearly half the county. Both sides of the shield is a male, of Buckingham, and a swan, a symbol of the county.

The motto of the shield says Vestigia Nulla Retrorsum. Is Latin and means "nothing to resign".

The traditional flag of Buckinghamshire, which flies outside the County Hall in Aylesbury, consists of two halves red and black with a white swan. Flag is the emblem of the county is on the shield county.

Buckinghamshire is the most significant in the open countryside and the natural features, such as the Chiltern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Thames. County is also home to a large number of historic homes, some of which are open to the public through the National Trust, Waddesdon Manor, West Wycombe Park and Cliveden, and others that are still operating in single-family homes, as the Prime Minister's Chequers country retreat.

Buckinghamshire is also famous as home to various important people in history, in whose honor the tourist attractions have been established. The most notable of these is the writer Roald Dahl, which included many local functions and characters in his works.

There are several notable sports facilities in Buckinghamshire to Adams Park in the south of the stadium and the National Hockey Stadium: MK in the north, and the county is also home to the world famous Pinewood Studios. For a complete list of tourist attractions and sights to see places of interest in Buckinghamshire.

The interesting facts on this page were derived from Wikipedia.



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