Lok'nStore will be opening three new storage buildings in 2016, making it one of their busiest years to date (apart from 2001). A converted building opened in early January in Chichester – a new location for Lok'nStore – which is already seeing a tremendous amount of interest from local householders and businesses in the area. This conversion took a grubby old building that used to be used for car storage and gave it an orange facelift, turning it into what will soon become a local landmark (2nd obviously to Chichester's beautiful cathedral).
This converted building in Chichester is only the start for Lok'nStore in 2016 because we also have two other storage centres opening. The first of these will be in Southampton where we have built a brand new building just around the corner from our old site in Manor House Avenue where Lok'nStore has been trading since 1999 / 2000. This new Southampton site will be at Third Avenue, adjacent to the A33, Millbrook Road. Lok'nStore will be moving the customer belongings from the tired old site at Manor Avenue to the brand spanking new building during the summer. How do we do this? Lok’nStore’s operations department has great experience of this having successfully relocated customer goods from our site at Kingston (now closed), Reading, and Swindon without mishap or any cost to the customer. We will keep you all up to date on the move when we know more.
We are very excited about Lok'nStore Bristol! This store is being built on a bustling retail park in Longwell Green and we are expecting it to be in great demand. Reservations were being taken at this store as soon as we placed a phone number on the fencing around the derelict land! It looks as though the folk of Bristol are desperate for more local storage space.
For more about these stores or any of our locations, please visit our main Lok'nStore website.
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