Get in touch
Chat with us over the phone or online, or use our contact form and one of our friendly team will ring you back at a convenient time to answer your questions or help you to reserve a storage room at our New Cross store. If you choose to go ahead and reserve a space today, there’s no deposit to pay.
You can keep your storage room at our New Cross store for just a week, or stay for as long as you like. You can also increase or decrease the size of your storage space at any time - ideal if you own a business and use your room to store your stock, which might fluctuate in amount throughout the year. We have video guides to help you to picture how much each size of room will hold, or you can speak with one of our experienced team who can give you advice about how many square feet of storage space you’ll need for your belongings.
Safestore self storage in New Cross
Our New Cross store is easy to find and access: there’s an onsite car park, drive-up room access (some rooms have double door entry available) and a drive-in undercover loading bay.
Safestore New Cross is highly secure, thanks to 24 hour recorded CCTV monitoring. Our onsite team can even accept deliveries for you, so you can have items delivered to the store without having to wait around to sign for them yourself; we’ll keep them safe until you can arrive to move them into your room.
Why New Cross?
New Cross is perhaps most famous for its music scene in the 80s and 90s, which saw bands such as The Pogues, Wet Wet Wet, Simply Red, B-52s, Blur, Oasis, Pulp, Suede and countless others play at the Goldsmith’s Student Union and The Venue.
Live music is still central to much of New Cross’s social scene, with The Venue still hosting gigs and tribute acts and rival venues New Cross Inn and Amersham Arms hosting jam nights and indie DJs respectively. There’s a thriving student population in the area, thanks to Goldsmiths, University of London, and so although the area is ideal for commuting (thanks to its excellent road and rail connections to the City) it still has plenty of character.