Office Removals W1 Require Special Preparation
28 August 2014
If you have found yourself in the dreaded position of moving an office, then I do not envy you! You are likely already aware that the process is a large and complicated one, which will be extremely stressful, is not prepared for adequately. There are so many things to think about that trying to do it all by yourself in a short period of time is a death wish, as even the most hardened of organizers will struggle with this sort of job. Have a look through our guide to making your W1 office removal that little bit easier and you should find that you are a lot more relaxed during the process!
Start by giving yourself a lot of time in which to prepare the office for the W1 move. Once the decision has been made and the new premises have been located, then planning should start. The main job of the office move is to increase the productivity of the company in the future, but this mean that the move should interrupt productivity as little as possible, in order to make sure that money is still being made by the company right up until the day of the move. This will require some serious skill and clever planning, so starting early will mean that you can consider every possible avenue. Having the time to decide on things means that you will not be forced to just go with a decision just get things done, which means you will deciding on things for the right reasons.
Start by making a list of everything that needs to be done, and run it past the heads of the company, so that you know everything is sanctioned by them, and that everything seems in order. Once you have this list, you can look at the company diary and work out where to fit in these various tasks, so that they do not affect anything. For instance, if you will be using the meeting room to pack up the filing department for the accounts sector of the company, then you will need to do it on a day when the meeting room is not being used. You should book this day out so that others do not ruin your plans by arranging things that mean that your plans do not go ahead. It will be easy for others to value your job of organizing the move less than their job of making the company money, but if they over ride your actions, then the company may well be losing money over the duration of the move because of delays.
Get this time table planned out and sent round to all staff members. You should allocate certain jobs to others who are involved in the move, as you will be stretched fairly thinly anyway, and will not have time to get everything done yourself! Having a good team behind you will make the whole thing so much easier for everyone, as it will mean that you can get the whole plan done without anyone really feeling the pressure all that much over the duration of the move.
The hope is that the process will give you a great deal of confidence in the move, as your time management and planning will mean that you have no fears that anything should go wrong. This twinned with a great W1 removals company should mean that your move is smooth and easy to the end!