Get in touch
If you have any questions or would like some help reserving a storage room, you can call us or chat with us online, or fill in our online contact form out of hours and one of our friendly team will be happy to help. If you decide you’d like to book a storage room with us, you can do this online or by phone and there’s no deposit to pay today.
There are no long tie-in periods with Safestore; you can keep your storage room for a single week or stay for as long as you like. We’re very flexible and you can extend your stay at any point if you’re not sure for exactly how long you’ll want to keep your room.
We have a storage room size calculator that you can use to work out how much space you’ll need, and our experienced team are available online or by phone if you’d like some personalised advice based on how much you plan to store. If you find that you need more space later on, or if your stock levels drop and you don’t need quite as much room, you can increase or decrease the size of your space at any time, with no hidden fees or penalties for doing so.
Safestore self storage in Battersea Lombard Road
Our Battersea Lombard Road store is covered by 24 hour recorded CCTV and intruder alarms; during our extensive opening hours you’ll be the only one who can access your belongings, using a key fob entry system. There’s parking on site, loading bays, and double door access to make it as easy as possible for you to load and unload your belongings.
We have several dedicated business units available, which are perfect for storing business stock, equipment, archives and tools for any size of business, from SMEs and online retailers to large multinational companies. Our business units can be accessed 24 hours a day, so you’ll be able to access your stock to send to your customers without delay. We’re also a DHL Drop-off Point, so you can send deliveries out quickly and easily directly from the store.
With cheaper housing than neighbouring Chelsea, Battersea attracts a diverse range of people to the area. Families appreciate the nearby Battersea Park and good/outstanding schools (including Thomas’s, attended by Prince George and Princess Charlotte) and snap up the large Victorian properties, mansion blocks and apartments. Young professionals who are happy to commute via bus or a 15-minute walk to the nearest Zone 2 Tube stop are more than happy with the price of new-build apartments, factory conversions and riverside developments.
Locally, crime rates are low, and the ongoing development of Battersea Power Station will ultimately give the area a real boost in terms of amenities - there will be lots more shops, restaurants, homes, offices and cultural venues, and house prices are sure to rise.