London's 'first and only' female-owned self storage provider opens new Camden site
Self storage provider A&A Self Storage has launched a new Art Deco-inspired store in Camden’s Regent’s Park.
Led by the company’s founder Susie Fabre, the company is aiming to strengthen its presence in the North London storage market.
The Regent’s Park store will provide 35,000 sq ft of secure storage space offering customers the chance to bespoke build units to their exact specification.
A&A Self Storage is said to be the only independent female-owned operator with freehold stores across central London providing customers and businesses with storage options in key locations.
The addition of the Regent’s Park store located in Camden brings the company’s total to four stores offering in excess of 125,000 sq ft of storage space with capacity for an estimated 65,000 items.
The three other stores are located at Kentish Town, Watford, and Kings Cross.
Established in 1995, A&A Self Storage provides storage space to individual residents, local businesses and budding startup enterprises.
Local businesswoman Susie Fabre founded her company with the opening of her first store in Kentish Town store in 1995.
She concluded with her thoughts: “A&A Self Storage is delighted with the launch of our new Regent’s Park store which will deliver in-demand storage to local residents, businesses and entrepreneurs in the surrounding area.
“For the past two decades I have focused on building a successful company that offers high-quality service at competitive prices.
“As an independent business, we strive to offer a personal service and a genuine mother’s touch that gives our clients an effortless experience in using self storage facilities.
“Whether it is a local resident seeking extra room for clothes, for furniture whilst renovating a house or a major international company looking to store unique items for their business, A&A Self Storage can offer flexible and genuine storage solutions.”
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