Situated within a gated, fenced, and CCTV-monitored perimeter, the Northampton store provides customisable storage solutions to business and personal customers alike: receipt and dispatch, free pallet trucks, packaging options and covered loading bays are just some of the secondary services it provides.
Access Self Storage’s local Northampton branch is a 35 minute drive from Milton Keynes. The drive is as simple as it is short: just get on the M1 from the A509, follow it to exit 15a, take the A5123 and the A5076 to Tollgate Way, and you’ve arrived.
It’s a great time to be in business in Milton Keynes: it’s seen the highest growth in jobs out of the UK’s major towns and cities and is the UK home of companies such as Domino’s Pizza, Argos, and Mercedez Benz. Don’t be put off by the big hitters, however: it’s also a terrific place to start your own company. Of course, not every entrepreneur is able to afford their own warehouse – in the meantime, why not keep your stock in a secure storage unit near Milton Keynes?
If you’re more artistically inclined, Milton Keynes has plenty to offer you as well. The famous 65,000 capacity National Bowl has hosted artists such as Queen, the reformed Genesis, and Green Day – and with a thriving local music scene, it’s an excellent place to start your own band. When you’ve upgraded that Squier to a Fender Stratocaster – or simply run out of room for your own record collection and gig souvenirs – it’s time to put some serious thought into getting self storage near Milton Keynes.
Maybe you’re more scientifically minded? Milton Keynes accommodates people with all sorts of interests. Tech buffs are particularly happy here: Bletchley Park hosts the National Museum of Computing, and the Government Code & Cypher School – in fact, it’s where Alan Turing famously cracked the Enigma code! If you’re struggling to keep your interest in computers under wraps, then stick your spare machines in self storage near Milton Keynes: you’ll have handy backups available if anything breaks down!