Get in touch
We’d love to hear from you. Please call us, chat with us online or fill in our online contact form and we can answer any questions you have or help you to reserve a storage space at our Charlton store. If you know when you’d like to move in and how much space you’ll need, you can also reserve your room online. There’s no deposit to pay to reserve a room, so get in touch today and start the ball rolling!
There are no long tie-in periods with Safestore. You can choose how long you want to stay, from just 7 days. It’s quick and easy to extend your stay with us at any point.
If you’re unsure of how much space you’ll need, our friendly team will be happy to offer tailored advice by phone or online, or you can have a look at our video guides. Once you’ve decided how much space to start with, bear in mind that you can increase or decrease the size of your storage room at any time, with no hidden fees or penalties for doing so.
Safestore self storage in Charlton
Our Charlton store has indoor storage rooms from 10 sq ft (perfect for stashing excess household goods, or student belongings over the holidays) to 300 sq ft (enough space to store all of your household contents during a move, or your business’s stock and equipment) and everything in between. We have dedicated business units available that provide an affordable, flexible alternative to traditional commercial leases on warehousing.
Our onsite staff can even accept deliveries for you, so you can have parcels sent directly to the store where we will keep them safe until you can transfer them to your room.
Charlton’s proximity to central London combined with its relatively low housing prices (compared to Greenwich, for example) make it a highly desirable place for young professionals to live. The area is set to benefit from millions of pounds in regeneration funding, which will be spent on new homes and amenities including shops, restaurants and a pier.
There’ll also be a new ‘creative quarter’ that will seek to encourage businesses that specialise in creative and digital fields; much of the heavy industry that was central to Charlton’s past will be gradually replaced by the new developments, so the council is seeking to modernise the local industries and bring new jobs to the area.
The area is also family-friendly: it has some good schools, the housing is affordable and there is plenty of good-quality green space nearby at Charlton Park, Barrack Field and Hornfair Park.