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If you have any questions or would like help to reserve a room with us, call us, chat with us online or fill in our online contact form and one of our helpful team will be happy to assist. If you know how much space you need and when you’d like to move in at our Newcastle Central store, you can reserve a room by phone or by clicking online and there’s no deposit to pay today.
If you’re unsure of how much space you’ll need, check out our video guides to help you to visualise the space available in each size of storage room, or speak with one of our experienced team members by phone or online and they can give you tailored advice based on how much you plan to store.
Safestore self storage in Newcastle Central
Our Newcastle Central store is very secure and easily accessible from the city centre. We have rooms in a wide range of sizes, from 10 sq ft lockers to larger spaces of 1,500 sq ft. Our lockers are ideal for student storage over the holidays, or for storing excess household belongings like Christmas decorations, sporting or camping gear. Our larger rooms can be used for anything from business stock and equipment (great for online retailers) to the contents of your house during a move or renovations.
Our storage rooms are very accessible thanks to drive-up room access, large, covered loading bays and free onsite car parking; there are also two customer lifts and trolleys and pallets are available if you need help to load or unload your room. We also have trained staff on-site who can offer a forklift truck service if required.
All rooms can be accessed 24 hours a day, and entry is gained via our secure key fob entry system, ensuring that you’ll be the only person who can access your room.
Newcastle upon Tyne is a great place to live and work thanks to its vibrant atmosphere, strong economy and good public transport system. There’s a large student population (Newcastle University and University of Northumbria are both located in the city) and many choose to remain here after graduation to take advantage of the decent jobs market and to stay in a city full of decent pubs, clubs, bars and restaurants.
This has always been a working city, but the heavy industries of the 19th century have given way to office, retail and service industries, and the city is striving to become carbon neutral. Everything is very compact here; you could walk from one side of the city to the other in around 15 minutes, so visitors and residents alike can enjoy all the heritage, retail and cultural experiences Newcastle has to offer.
There’s plenty of green spaces nearby, too. Within the city is the town moor (complete with cows!) and it’s easy to reach several Blue Flag beaches (at Tynemouth, Whitley Bay, Sunderland and Saltburn) and the Pennines for day trips or weekends away.