There are no long tie-ins, penalties or fees payable at Safestore: you can stay for as long as you like. If you’re not sure how long you’ll need to keep your unit, you can rent a unit for a week, and simply extend your stay if needed. Our handy video guides can help you to choose a unit of the right size for whatever it is you want to store, and if you need to increase or decrease the amount of space at a later date you can do so with no hassle.
You can always speak with one of our friendly team if you’re not sure of what size of unit you’ll need or how long you’ll need it for.
Safestore self storage in Portsmouth North Harbour
Our Portsmouth North Harbour store is secured with 24-hour recorded CCTV and intruder alarm and offers self storage rooms in a wide range of sizes for a low, weekly price. We also offer a 10% discount to staff employed by the NHS, Military or Emergency Services.
We’re a popular choice for business storage because our staff can accept deliveries on your behalf, meaning that you don’t have to wait around to sign for packages: we’ll keep them safe until you can move them into your secure unit. We also have a convenient loading bay to make moving items in and out of your unit as easy as possible.
Homeowners and students choose us because we offer clean, dry storage at affordable weekly prices on very flexible terms. So whether you need us for a few days whilst you’re moving house or redecorating, or a few weeks if you’re a student heading home for the summer holidays, we’re easy to reach and will keep your belongings safe until you need them back.
Portsmouth has long been known for its ship-building industry and for being home to the Royal Navy. It is also a tech hub, with naval technology, digital and creative industries being major employers in the area. Aerospace/defence and environmental technology industries are also thriving.
The port city also offers a decent work/life balance, with plenty of independent shops, bars and restaurants operating in the city centre, and a strong sense of history thanks to the city’s links with the D-Day landings - it’s also the birthplace of Charles Dickens. There are excellent road and rail networks connecting Portsmouth to neighbouring Southampton and Guildford; this also makes it easy to visit the nearby South Downs National Park if you’re looking for a way to unwind at the weekends.