Access Self Storage Kingston upon Thames is on the Station Yard site at Norbiton Station on Coombe Road. It’s a convenient location for personal and business customers in New Malden and Surbiton as well as Norbiton. Self storage in Kingston Upon Thames can be the solution to many household related problems – whether you’re moving house, redecorating, or having an extension built.
Contact us today for a quote, or use our easy reservation tool.
Businesses looking for somewhere to store stock in a flexible way without paying hefty London prices – you can change to a bigger or smaller storage unit in our Kingston upon Thames store whenever you like, and be sure that your goods are secure 24/7. We also offer a document management service, secure parking for your vehicles, and there’s even an on-site DHL service point to receive and dispatch your parcels.
To get to us:
From the M25 Junction 10, take the A3 north-east (London).
Turn left at New Malden and follow South Lane.
Continue on A2043 (Cambridge Road).
Turn right just before a high rise building on the left (Gloucester Road).
Go straight on at the roundabout then left on to Coombe Road at the crossroads.
Turn left on to the Station Yard at Norbiton Station to find Access Self Storage Kingston Upon Thames.
The ancient Surrey town of Kingston was where Saxon kings were once crowned. The royal connection continues with Richmond Park, the largest enclosed area in London, created in the 17th Century by Charles I. In the 20th century, focus switched to the military and it was a key centre for the manufacture of fighter jets, notably Hawker Aircraft. If you’re flying off somewhere, why not leave your most precious possessions in one of our secure lockers until you return? As a self storage customer, you have free 24 hour access.
The centre of Kingston is now a retail paradise, boasting a large branch of John Lewis, a Bentall’s department store and numerous other high street chains and independent stores. Culture-vultures come from across the region to visit our Rose Theatre and perhaps hunt down places associated with the writer John Galsworthy and, more recently, Jaqueline Wilson, who lives here and is rumoured to have a collection of 15,000 books. If she would like to make a little space at home, we would be happy to accommodate some or all of them in our Kingston Upon Thames storage units – and if you, too, are finding that your collection of books, or whatever else it may be, is taking up too much space, we can definitely help; our friendly staff are always on hand to help you out.