Get in touch
To reserve a storage room, or to ask any questions about our Alexandra Palace store and facilities, chat with us online, call us or complete our online contact form and one of our team will be happy to help. Alternatively, if you know how much space you’ll need and when you’d like to move in, you can click to reserve your room online today. There’s no deposit to reserve a room today.
Whether you want to store student belongings over the holidays, household contents during a move or renovations, or business goods, equipment or archives, our Alexandra Palace store has rooms of the perfect size and is easy to reach.
You can keep your room for as little as a day or stay for however long you need, and you can extend your stay at any point if you find that you need to retain your storage room for longer than you’d expected.
To decide how much space you’ll need, you can check out our video guides which show you how much you could store in each type of storage space, or you could chat with one of our experienced team online or by phone for tailored advice.
Our Alexandra Palace self storage store has rooms available in a wide range of sizes. You can rent a locker of 10 sq ft (about the size of a large car boot) or a large warehouse-sized space of 500 sq ft+. We’re ideal for student storage over the holidays, household storage and business storage. You could use your room to free up much-needed space at home by storing your Christmas decorations, sporting equipment or gardening tools; you could use it to store excess stock and equipment for your business (particularly useful for online retailers) and there are no long tie-in periods with Safestore.
Safestore self storage in Alexandra Palace
This store is covered by 24 hour recorded CCTV and intruder alarms, and loading and unloading your storage room is easy thanks to double door access and loading bays. Our external-facing rooms are accessible 24 hours a day for maximum convenience.
Why Alexandra Palace?
Alexandra Palace (affectionately known as ‘Ally Pally’), was originally designed to offer the citizens of London a breath of fresh air in an ever-developing city; it provided a green space where people could gather to visit the palace or take in the views from the park. The same is still true today, though the Palace itself is now a sports and conference venue as well as an exhibition centre.
There’s always something going on there, from funfairs to concerts and fireworks displays. A weekly farmers’ market takes place every Sunday. There’s a multi-million-pound regeneration of the area being undertaken, partly funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, so there will be even greater things to come in the next few years.
In terms of the local area, house prices are relatively high because of the demand for housing local to some outstanding schools in the area, and because it’s an area where young professionals are drawn to the area because it’s easy to reach the City.