- 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.
Recover your critical data
NO FIX - NO FEE
Advanced Data Recovery have been at the forefront of Computer Data Storage Data Recovery for over 20 years. Specialising in Hard Drives, Hard Disk Drive (HDD) and Raid file recovery, regardless of operating system. Our Engineers have been providing high quality, professional laboratory data recovery in London, offering cost effective and professional solutions to a variety of problems, both private and commercial.
Data Recovery in London
NO FIX - NO FEE
If you need help with retrieving deleted, lost, corrupted, inaccessible or damaged file data from any storage media, hard drive (HDD or SSD) or USB device, contact us for a free quote. We can recover your data in most circumstances and move your valuable files to back up media. We have a high success rate with data recovery from virus attacks where data can be encrypted or hidden. No fix - No fee!
Nationwide centres in 33 places
Recovery Centres within your vicinity
We have 33 data recovery centres across the UK for your convenience. These are located in Birmingham, Cambridge, London, Guildford, Leeds, Bristol, Manchester, Maidenhead, Plymouth, Swansea, Newcastle, Milton Keynes, Oxford, Southampton, Leicester, Peterborough, Hull, Exeter, Liverpool, Coventry, Cardiff, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Nottingham, York, Swindon, Belfast, Sheffield, Staines, Aberdeen, Reading and Brighton.
Step 1 Turn Off Your Device
In the event of a hardware failure our recommendation is that you power down your device to ensure that there is no further damage caused which may impede the data recovery process.
Step 2 Don't Attempt DIY Recovery
We strongly advise against running third-party recovery software or disk utilities as these can often make an already difficult problem much worse.
Step 3 Call 0203 0868633
Contact our friendly and professional staff for a diagnosis. or
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Data Recovery Greenwich
- The Royal Borough of Greenwich is a borough in southeast London.
- Greenwich lies between Deptford and Thamesmead, along the south coast of the River Thames.
- The borough shares borders with the boroughs of Bexley to the east, Lewisham to the west Bromley to the south, and Newham, Tower Hamlets, and Barking and Dagenham across the River Thames to the north.
- Greenwich is made up of 17 wards which include Abbey Wood, Glyndon, Plumstead, and Thamesmead Moorings, among others.
- Greenwich has 113,964 households, with Plumstead Ward, Thamesmead Moorings and Woolwich Common having the highest average household size.
- Greenwich has the 9th highest White British population (52.3%) of all 33 boroughs with the major concentration in Eltham North and Eltham South.
- Greenwich has the highest number of Nepalese speakers in London (5,058), accounting for 21.6% of the total Nepalese speakers in London.
- Greenwich, with the population of 35,164 (13.8% of Greenwich’s overall population), has the 4th largest black African population in London.
- Greenwich has several hospitals and healthcare units. Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Plumstead and University Hospital, Lewisham, are the major hospitals in the borough.
- 83.1% of the borough’s residents recorded good health or very good health during the 2011 census.
- One-fifth of Greenwich’s population above 16 years of age (41,082) have no qualifications – the 6th highest in England.
- Greenwich has many primary and secondary schools. Greenwich Community College, at Plumstead Road, is the major further educational institution in Greenwich.
- The University of Greenwich was rated the greenest university in the UK in 2012. It has two campuses within the borough at the Old Royal Naval College and Avery Hill; and another in Medway, 27.9 miles (along the A2) from the borough.
- The borough has 12 libraries which include Abbey Wood Library, Charlton Library, Thamesmere Library and Woolwich Centre Library in Woolwich, among others.
- There are 29 Grade I, and 51 Grade II* listed buildings. These include Charlton House, Royal Naval College, Vanbrugh’s Castle, The Ranger’s House, The Manor House, The Woodlands, and Paragon House in Blackheath.
- Greenwich Park is one of the single largest green spaces in London and the first of the eight Royal Parks to be enclosed. It is Grade I listed and one of the over 50 parks/open spaces in the borough.
Other Information about Greenwich
- The Greenwich London Borough Council with offices in Woolwich is the local authority in Greenwich. The council, led by Danny Thorpe, is comprised of 51 councillors. The council meets at Woolwich Town Hall.
- The Prime Meridian, the basis of all Coordinated Universal Time, runs through the Greenwich Observatory in Greenwich Park.
- Greenwich has 6 royal institutions. These include The Royal Hospital for Seamen, The Royal Observatory, The Royal Dockyard, Royal Armoury, Royal Military Academy, and The Royal Herbert Hospital in Shooters Hill Woolwich.
- Greenwich Heritage Centre in Woolwich is the major custodian of local history and heritage in the borough. The centre is a museum currently managed by the Royal Greenwich Heritage Trust.
- The O2 Arena in Greenwich Peninsula, along with Greenwich Park, and the Royal Artillery Barracks, played host to some events of the 2012 Olympic Games.
Wards in Greenwich
- 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