Barking Detective and Investigators

Barking Detectives and Investigators

Whatever your situation Private Investigators Barking can provide an investigation service for you.

Working in Barking for many years our detectives and investigators have excellent local knowledge and coupled with excellent skills of investigation and detection we are the best private detectives Barking and the surrounding area has on offer.

We supply a wide range of private detective and private investigator services in Barking, Ilford, Loxford, Goodmayes and Plumstead and are available to carry out surveillance, investigations and many other skilled and professional services such as process serving, lie detector testing and PC or Phone forensics.

Our highly trained detectives can provide services for both business and private customers so give us a call on Barking 020 3292 0343 or email at contact@privateinvestigators-barking.co.uk.

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  • Barking

    Barking is a about 30 minutes east of central London. Its economy over the years evolved from agriculture to commercial and industrial. Currently, development projects in the riverside is underway to build more homes and provide services. One historic building in the town is the 13th century church of St Margaret's. A number of landmarks are openly placed in public places, like The Catch in Fanshawe Avenue and Folly Wall in the Town Square.

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    Barking was awarded the title the Borough of Culture, this is due to its massive cultural projects which aim to make culture an integral part of the community. Some of the projects they are working right now are building a new town culture and tabulating the town's history. Some of the most interesting places to visit in the town are the Elizabethan house Eastbury Manor House, and the medieval Valence House Museum.

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    Barking is very accessible by bus or train. There are many places you can stay in the town through a wide selections of hotels. There are also an array of restaurants serving both local and international flavours. If you are in town, do not miss to drop by the Abbey Green and gaze at the ruins of the Abbey. Also, visit other old churches like St Margaret of Antioch, St Erkenwald, and St Mary & St Ethelburga.

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    Danson House is a mansion, located at the heart of Danson Park. The House was built in 1766, and had gone through a series of massive repairs and restorations. In 2005 it was formally open to the public for viewing. During the Second World War, the house was used as a civil defense, now it is a Register Office. Just outside the House is the park - an open ground for sports and recreations.

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    The abbey ruins and curfew tower, The Town Square, and the architect-designed covered walkway alongside Barking Learning Centre are some of the notable places to visit. Your holiday is not complete without a visit to Barking Park Light Railways. The trains in this park take you on a journey under the 1-quarter mile from Park Gates Station in Longbridge Road, to Lakeside Halt and run round loops. This town also has many recently commissioned sculptures and public artworks.

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    The Crossness Pumping Station was built is 1865 by Joseph Bazalgette for the London Sewage System. The pumping station still has the four original large rotative beam engines - one engine, The Prince Consort, has been successfully restored and is functional again. The station presents the glory of the Victorian era through the most striking ornamental cast ironwork in the Octagon room. The pumping station now has a museum, but is still under restoration.

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