Access Self Storage Kings Cross is on Belgrove Street, next to the London Inner Ring Road (A501). Our storage units are used by residents and visitors right across North and Central London.
Studying in London at UCL or St Martin’s College of Art? Temporarily needing some storage until the new flat contract kicks in? Hire one of our Kings Cross storage units – they range from lockers upwards – to store what you don’t need right now. Moving house? Kings Cross self storage can be the way to make space and give yourself time to reorganise or refurbish your home.
For businesses, we offer business storage (with useful features like shelving), telephone answering services and mailboxes. Our flexible office space is also proving popular with SMEs looking for a long or short term base in London. Our storage at Kings Cross even has a place to leave your luggage; ideal if you’re just passing through.
To get to Access Self Storage Kings Cross:
From the London Inner Ring Road (A501), clockwise, turn right between St Pancras and Kings Cross Stations. (Belgrove St)
(You are now entering the Congestion Zone)
Access Self Storage Kings Cross is on your left.
Kings Cross used to be famous as a Red Light District, but the building of the Eurostar terminus at St Pancras has kickstarted a phase of re-development which means this part of history will soon be forgotten. Multibillion-pound developments at Kings Cross Central are making it a fantastic place to do business. There will be social housing, luxury apartments, and plenty of retail and office space. If your business is involved in this project, by selling B2B around Kings Cross for example, our storage units could solve your logistics problems. No need to invest in expensive warehousing which you may not need for long. Keep things flexible – our Kings Cross storage units come in all sizes from lockers to large units.
The area is said to have been the site of a battle between Boudica and the Romans, and used to be called Battlebridge. It gets its current name from a statue of King George IV which stood here in the 19th century. More recently, Harry Potter left for Hogwarts from Kings Cross – the station now has a Platform 9¾! If you’re finding your own collection of Harry Potter books and films is taking up a little too much room, why not hire a small storage unit at Kings Cross to keep them safely out of the way until you’re ready to re-read them? Our friendly staff will be on hand to help find the best storage unit for your needs. They are 24 hour access too so it won’t be a problem if you fancy a sneaky midnight read!