Structured Cabling Services for Camden

Structured Cabling for Camden Companies

For structured cabling in Camden, be it a refurbishment, a reconfiguration of your voice and data network or an upgrade to improve communication speeds, ACCL can help. From small businesses to multi-site companies, we have the experience you need for a successful installation.

Data cabling installation service

At ACCL, we bring 25 years’ experience to your project. We have installed new structured cabling for all kinds of businesses in Camden, using fully qualified engineers to plan, install, test and support each network to ensure the highest performance, now and into the future.


ACCL is the company to choose for structured cabling in Camden, helping your business to overcome slow data transfer, improving voice networks and helping you to get the most from the digital revolution.


Our team all satisfy three rigorous criteria:



Data cabling, Camden? Ask about a free audit worth over £600.


Postcode areas include: EC1M,EC1N,EC1R,N1,N1C,N6,N7,N19, NW1, NW2,NW5,NW6,NW8,W1T,W9,WC1A, WC1B, WC1E,WC1H,WC1N,WC1R, WC1V, WC1X, WC2A,WC2B,WC2H

Interesting Facts about Camden


Camden is a vibrant London borough with a diverse population. It has some of the wealthiest neighbourhoods in London and also some of the most deprived. The borough is named after Camden Town, which got its name from Charles Pratt, First Earl of Camden in 1795.


Hatton Garden within the borough is famous for being the centre of London’s jewellery trade since medieval times.


The BT Tower, previously known as the Post Office Tower was once the tallest building in London until 1980 when it was overtaken by the Nat West Tower. The main structure is 177 metres tall with a further section of aerial rigging bringing the total height to 189 metres (620ft)


Camden Lock Market was established in 1975 and now draws more than 150,000 visitors a week.
Hampstead Heath, a large ancient park covering 790 acres is also within the Borough of Camden. The heath was first mentioned in 986 when Ethelred the Unready granted one of his servants five hides of land (units) at “Hemstede”. It is also later recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086.

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