Shurgard Self Storage – Norbury


1264-1266 London Road

SW16 4EJ

02086 838 900


This storage location does not give prices on its website.


Shurgard Self Storage – Norbury is a leading self-storage facility located in the heart of Norbury, South East London. Their facility provides safe, secure, and affordable storage solutions for personal and business customers.

The facility is conveniently located near excellent transport links and serves the local residents and business owners in Norbury, Crystal Palace, Thornton Heath, Mitcham, and surrounding areas. Shurgard Self Storage – Norbury is easily accessible via several public transport options, including train, bus, and tram services. The facility is also located only a few minutes’ drive from the A23, making it ideal for customers with cars or vans.

This state-of-the-art facility features a wide range of storage unit sizes, ranging from small lockers to large units, suitable for storing furniture, household goods, documents, and files, and more. The units are clean, well-lit, and climate-controlled to protect your belongings from extreme temperature changes and humidity.

The facility uses advanced security measures, including 24-hour CCTV surveillance, motion sensors, alarms, and secure access control, to ensure the safety of your belongings. Customers can access their storage unit 7 days a week, including bank holidays, and have unlimited access during opening hours.

Shurgard Self Storage – Norbury offers a range of additional services, including packing materials, trolleys, and forklifts, to assist customers with moving their belongings into storage. They also provide insurance coverage for your stored items, giving you added peace of mind.

The friendly and professional staff at Shurgard Self Storage – Norbury are always on hand to provide expert advice and guidance on choosing the right storage unit for your requirements. They also offer flexible lease agreements, enabling customers to rent storage units for as long or as short a period as they require.

In conclusion, Shurgard Self Storage – Norbury is a convenient, safe, and affordable storage facility that offers a range of unit sizes, excellent security measures, and flexible lease agreements. Whether you need to store household items, business inventory, or documents, Shurgard Self Storage – Norbury has the perfect storage solution for your needs.

Good and bad things

Good points:

1. Shurgard Self Storage in Norbury offers a wide range of storage unit sizes to suit different needs, from small lockers to larger units for furniture and other household items.

2. The facility is secure, with CCTV monitoring, electronic gates, and individually alarmed units.

3. The staff is helpful and knowledgeable, providing guidance on the best unit size and packing materials to use.

4. The units are clean and well-maintained, with access available seven days a week.

5. The location is convenient, with easy access to public transportation and major roads.

Bad points:

1. The prices can be higher than other storage facilities in the area.

2. Storage units do not come with climate control, which may not be ideal for certain items.

3. The parking lot can be crowded at times, making it difficult to load and unload items.

4. The facility does not provide on-site moving services, which may be inconvenient for some customers.

5. There have been some complaints about the online reservation system being difficult to navigate.


  1. Vivienne Chambers Brown says:

    Michael at Norbury, excellent service! Thank you!

  2. James says:

    If you’ve recently purchased a blood pressure monitor and are doubting the accuracy of the readings, pay this shower a heap of cash each month for 24 hour access and then try to access your stuff – guaranteed to make your blood boil, so if your newly-bought blood pressure monitor explodes then it was working…

    Honestly, the staff in the store are friendly and helpful, but the second they go home the entire place gets handed over to a team of rude and unhelpful people in Brussels. Arrange for 24 hour access through the store team (providing multiple forms of ID and your inside leg measurement), arrive expecting this to work, find that it doesn’t, call the 24 hour “helpline” or press the 24 hour intercom to be connected to a man who tells you he is based in Belgium and couldn’t help you even if he wanted to (which he doesn’t). Go in to the store the following day to complain and be told that lots of people have had similar problems and that there are so many complaints they don’t think it’s worth making another one. Be reassured that this won’t happen again. Come back a few days later out of normal hours and find that, ta da, nothing’s changed (apart from the man in Belgium may have just completed his “how to excel at rubbish customer service” training course and reached a whole new depth of unhelpfulness).

    If you do wish to access your belongings 24 hours a day then you may wish to search for “Watchdog” plus “Shurgard” to see the film about how easy it was to break in to their units, and how little they did to stop anyone stealing all the stuff (probably that man in Belgium watching the CCTV and laughing) – this may give you some tips about how to get in, as the official 24 hour access system really doesn’t seem to work.

    [For the avoidance of doubt I am referencing the Watchdog documentary ironically, I am not advocating any criminal activity in order to access your belongings that you thought you were paying to be able to access.]

    In short, if you only need to get your things in normal office hours then go ahead – the store team are helpful, friendly and go out of their way to sort things out. If, however, there is any chance you will need to get your things when they’ve gone home then you might be better off putting your things in a hole and filling said hole with cement – at least then you know that you’ll never see your things again and won’t have the dashed expectations that caused your blood pressure monitor to explode at the start of this review.


    Hello about the 20th of April i payed £85. And some pence over the phone for another monthI have not recived confurmation of my payment. My customers no; 61326. Invoice no… 2120203650…invoice date…16/04/2012. Can u please contact me by email.and send me confurmation of the payment yours kind regards.Ms Beverley McCartney

  4. eljouti says:

    looking for cube to store my boxes
    from 3.4.12

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