At Safestore Clapham, there are no long tie-in contracts - we charge a single, low weekly rate and you can keep your room for just a day or stay for as long as you need.
Our video guides are designed to help you to visualise the different sizes of rooms we have available, or you can always speak with one of our friendly team online, by phone or in store, and they’ll be happy to advise you about how much space you’ll need for what you plan to store.
Safestore self storage in Clapham
The units at our Clapham store have double door access, loading bays and wider aisles on the ground floor to make loading and unloading your belongings, stock or equipment as easy as possible. We also offer free WiFi and a business lounge in our reception area so you can carry on working or meet with colleagues whilst at the store.
You can have deliveries sent directly to our Clapham store to put into your storage room; don’t worry about wasting time waiting for them to arrive as our helpful team can accept deliveries for you and keep them safe until you arrive.
Clapham has an illustrious history. It was once home to the Clapham Sect, a group of Christians that included William Wilberforce, which campaigned to abolish the slave trade and pushed for various other social reforms. They met at the Holy Trinity church that still exists on Clapham Common. At around that time, the area was developing into a wealthy neighbourhood and became home to various notable names of the time, such as Samuel Pepys and architect Charles Barry.
Today, the area has a wide range of housing styles, from Regency and Georgian to Victorian and more modern social housing and flats. It is a vibrant and trendy place to live, thanks to its abundance of young professionals who choose to live here. There are plenty of bars, restaurants and clubs to keep residents entertained at night, and Clapham Common provides lots of opportunities to get some fresh air or to enjoy various events
throughout the year.
It’s easy to commute from Clapham to central London thanks not only to the Northern Line stations but also to the new Cycle Superhighway CS7 that enables users to cycle to Westminster in around 30 minutes.