Five most searched crime areas with CheckMyStreet

taduuda-72915CheckMyStreet recently published a series of social media updates about our top 5 most searched crime postcodes of all time.

It is all together a different picture this time. The searches mostly appear in the south of England.

See the full list below.

Top 5 crime searches of all time on CheckMyStreet.co.uk

  1. Wedgewood Road, Bath

  2. Winterbourne, Horsham

  3. Inhams Way, Huntingdon

  4. Brook End Road South, Chelmsford

  5. Morris Way, Pulborough

This list was compiled from all logged data from searches performed on CheckMyStreet website, it may contain historical data. Data is as accurate as possible. Data is from searches between December 2013 to July 2017. Data is provided as is and is subject to terms and conditions here

Steps to Discover a Trusted Removal Service

move-2481718_960_720.jpgWhether you are moving just a short distance across the country, a reputable removal service is most likely to be among the most considerable parts to make sure a move goes as smooth as possible. Here are numerous indicate take into consideration when locating the trusted business:

Leave a great deal of time: Since it can be rather lengthy to organize the services of the best removals company, it will certainly profit if you are able to leave sufficient time to enable you to obtain the quotes with CheckMyStreet home removal services, you won’t need to complete the background checks on the business as this has already been done for you  Additionally, you need to value that the well-established removal companies are most likely to be completely booked for several weeks ahead of time.

Obtain multiple quotes: It is best to stay clear of assuming that a single quotation will suffice. When getting the quotes, it will certainly also be essential to pick the services that are going to be provided. Visit our home service removal section to get a complete set of quotes.

Examine the credentials: Since you will certainly be entrusting your complete belongings with the removals company, it’s constantly smart to play secure, and also as a result you may intend to take the additional step to examine the credentials of the removal firm. With our service you will only be provided with free no obligation quotes and they will be from verified and trusted moving companies.

Ten most searched postcodes with CheckMyStreet

taduuda-72915If you missed out on our top 10 countdown of most searched postcodes recently here they are on one page. It comes at no surprise that most of the searches were indeed near our nation’s capital.

Unsurprisingly a blast from the past appeared at number 3 when the original (and controversial) documentary Benefit Street aired a few years ago.

 

Top 10 searches of all time on CheckMyStreet.co.uk

 

  1. Sulivan Court, Fulham

  2. Radnor Road, London

  3. James Turner Street, Birmingham

  4. Nightingale Vale, London

  5. Waterers Rise, Woking

  6. High Street, London

  7. Columbus Close, Barry

  8. Spenser Way, Clacton-On-Sea

  9. Midfield Way, Orpington

  10. Hookfield,Harlow

 


This list was compiled from all logged data from searches performed on CheckMyStreet website, it may contain historical data. Data is as accurate as possible. Data is from searches between December 2013 to July 2017. Data is provided as is and is subject to terms and conditions here

Home movers are missing out by not changing energy supplier

house-313396_960_720EDF Energy said that 46% of home movers are not choosing a fixed deal energy tariff when moving home, instead prioritising other admin tasks like getting online.

Staying connected is the number one priority for home movers, with almost three quarters (74%) setting up broadband within the first week of a move.

Energy comes lower down the priority list with almost half (45%) opting to inherit the previous occupier’s supplier.

As a result, home movers could be missing out on potential savings by delaying changing tariff.

Despite 70% of home movers contacting their suppliers to submit meter readings within the first week of a move, it takes on average 27 days to check and compare energy prices and 34 days to change tariff. In contrast, home movers will have redirected their post by day eight and have even located the stopcock within the first 13 days.

Richard Hughes, ‎director of sales and marketing, EDF Energy, said: “Despite moving home being an obvious time to check your energy tariff, our research shows almost half of home movers are paying more by simply accepting that the supplier and tariff come with the house.”

We have a range of home services available for movers. Why not visit CheckMyStreet’s Home Removal Site?