Newham Data Recovery
Our certified Data Recovery London Laboratory offers services to retrieving lost, deleted, corrupted, inaccessible, damaged file data or virus attack. It is even possible to repair overwritten data files. We specialise in all storage media like Camera SD Cards, USB Devices, external Hard-drives (HDD or SSD) or laptop or computer.
Serving both commercial or private, our certified Data Recovery Service is both quick and competitive. We service all well-known brands including Apple, Sony, Hewlett-Packard (HP), Dell, Lenovo, Asus, Acer, Toshiba, Samsung, and LG. Please get in touch to see if we can help and to get a free quote. No fix - No charge!
Why Choose Advanced Data Recovery?
- Fixed pricing on recovery (You know what you are paying - no nasty surprises).
- Quick recovery turnaround at no extra cost. (Our average recovery time is 2 days).
- Memory card chip reading services (1st in the UK to offer this service).
- Raid recoding service (Specialist service for our business customers who have suffered a failed server rebuild).
- Our offices are 100% UK based and we never outsource any recovery work.
- Strict Non-disclosure privacy and security is 100% guaranteed.
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Facts about Newham
Latitude / Longitude
51.5225 / -0.0352
The London Borough of Newham is a borough in East London. It was formed when the former Essex county boroughs of East Ham and West Ham were merged. It is 8km east of the City of London.
The borough is bounded by the River Thames to the south, River Lea to the west, and River Roding and Barking Creek to the east.
Newham extends from Manor Park, Forest Gate and Stratford in the north, to Beckton, Canning Town, and Royal Docks in the south.
Newham’s population is one of the youngest in the country with the average age (32.1) significantly less than that of London (36.0) and England (40.1).
Newham has the lowest White British population proportion in England and Wales. It also has the 4th largest black African population and the 2nd largest Bangladeshi population in the country.
The borough has the most diverse population of any local authority in the UK, with uneven ethnic distribution spread across the borough. The majority of Africans reside in Canning Town North and Custom House, and large Bangladeshi clusters can be found at Little Ilford and Manor Park.
The University of East London has two campuses in Newham, Docklands campus 0.48 miles east of Royal Albert Dock, and Stratford Campus in Stratford.
Newham has several primary and secondary schools. These include Langdon Academy on Sussex Road, East Ham, and Chobham Academy in Stratford, among others.
Newham has ten libraries; they are located in Beckton, Custom House, Forest Gate, East Ham, Canning Town, North Woolwich, Plaistow, Stratford, Green Street, and Manor Park. Canning Town Library, on Barking Road, is one of the oldest libraries in the borough.
Newham has 4 Grade I and 6 Grade II* listed buildings, with the majority of all listed buildings (33) located in Stratford and New Town ward. Some of these buildings include Gallions Hotel, the Theatre Royal and Abbey Mills Pumping Station in Abbey Lane, Stratford.
The House Mill, in Bromley-by-Bow, is the largest tidal mill still standing in Britain. It is one of the Grade I listed buildings in the borough.
Other Information about Newham
Newham London Borough Council, made up of 60 councillors and led by the Councillor Rokhsana Fiaz (the mayor), is the local authority in the borough. The council meets at Newham Town Hall.
A major part of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park lies in Stratford, Newham. The park played host to some sports events during the 2012 London Olympics.
The London Stadium, at the Olympic Park, Stratford, is home to West Ham FC – a professional football league that competes in the Premier League.
Plaistow, a district in the borough, is home to the 59 Club – one of the largest motorcycle clubs in the world. The major roads in Plaistow are the A112, A124 and Greengate Street/Plaistow Road.
Green Street, a road in Newham, is one of the most culturally diverse areas in the borough. There are more than 400 retail shops along the road (near Upton Park) selling food, fabric and jewellery of diverse cultures.
The Rosetta Art Centre along Hamilton Road, Stratford, is a visual arts community which offers courses in arts and provides well equipped art facilities for learning.
The Three Mills, on the River Lea in Stratford, are some of London’s oldest industrial centres. The mills lent their name to the Three Mills District of Newham, part of the Lea Valley Walk.
Wards in Newham
- Abbey Wood
- Coldharbour and New Eltham
- Eltham North
- Eltham South
- Eltham West
- Greenwich West
- Kidbrooke with Hornfair
- Middlepark and Sutcliffe
- Shooters Hill
- Thamesmead Moorings
- Woolwich Common
- Woolwich Riverside
- Stratford & New Town
- Wall End
- West Ham
Bordering London Boroughs