ACCL is a leading network cabling installer in Kensington and Chelsea, working with organisations of all sizes to plan and install up-to-the-minute, efficient networks
We cater for a wide range of businesses within the Royal Borough, assisting with data and communications cabling of all types, from redesigning entire company networks to improving internal telephone systems.
Located within 16 miles of the London Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, our network cabling installers provide a fast, efficient service. We are used to working in historic buildings, refurbishments, and new build office blocks. We pride ourselves on our ability to implement network cable installations in working offices with minimum disruption.
ACCL can help you design your network to ensure it will meet your current technical and physical needs and support your future growth. We will assign you a friendly and knowledgeable project manager, who will help you determine the best options to fit your building, your internal business structure, and your budget.
As experienced cabling installers in Kensington and Chelsea, we can help with all of your communications infrastructure, including your wireless network, telephone system, LAN, or any other communication needs. With our help you will have a high-speed, convenient, technologically advanced, user-friendly system of communication throughout your company.
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Postcode districts covered include: NW10, SW10, SW1W, SW1X,SW3,SW5,SW6,SW7,W10,W11, W12,W14, W2, W8 and W9.
The second smallest London borough by area, Kensington and Chelsea is also one of the most densely populated and is known to be one of the wealthiest. Kensington and Chelsea is one of only two ‘Royal Boroughs’, the other being The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames.
Isaac Newton and Queen Elizabeth I both lived in Kensington and Chelsea and lived long and illustrious lives (Isaac Newton was 84 when he died, Elizabeth was nearly 70). Today, Kensington and Chelsea has the highest life expectancy in London for both men and women, at 83.1 and 87.2 respectively.
This is a popular area for visitors, with shopping in Harrods, on the Kings Road or Old Brompton Road, or else visiting one of the three large museums on Exhibition Road, the Science Museum, the V&A and the Natural History Museum. Admission is free, although donations are gratefully received! Olympia and Earls Court Exhibition Centre are also within the borough and host a variety of music events and exhibitions throughout the year.
Notting Hill falls within the boundaries of Kensington and Chelsea. The Notting Hill Carnival is one of London’s most important cultural events and is held annually over two days during the August Bank Holiday. Led by members of the West Indian Community, in particular the Trinidadian and Tobagonian British who have lived here since the 1950s. It is the largest street party in Europe, second in the world after Rio Carnival in Brazil.
Chelsea Flower Show is held annually in the grounds of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, which is home to the Chelsea Pensioners, recognizable by their scarlet coats.