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A New Chapter

Len’s Self-Storage was established by the Lothian family in 1964 and originally specialised in warehousing, over the years the business has evolved and since then we’ve been dedicated to perfecting the self-storage experience at our locations in Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Have you been affected by the recent storms?

We’re offering customers an extra 5% off any additional storage required as a result of the recent bad weather*. If you find yourself in need of emergency storage due to the extreme weather conditions, just share you’re shattered shed pictures with us over via Facebook or Twitter and we’ll arrange for your additional 5% off any additional storage from Len’s Self Storage.

Self Assessment – It’s that time of year again!

The end of January is fast approaching, and that means one thing to some: time to complete your online Self-Assessment Form. If you run a business as either a sole trader or director, you will have to complete a Self-Assessment Tax Return

Get the ‘to do’ done!

You’ve made the decision to get your project underway! Whether it’s having a clear out, putting your property on the market, or letting out your spare room, it’s time to get the ‘to do’ done!
But where do you start?
At Len’s Self Storage, we’ll take you step by step and let you in on all of our top tips and solutions, making your journey into organising, packing and self-storage simple!

Flexible Office Space

If you need office space that’s flexible, affordable and risk free – we can help!
Here at Len’s Self Storage, we have flexible office spaces available to rent at all of our locations throughout Glasgow and Edinburgh.

For Sale: The Pre LBTT Rush.

The Scottish property market set to be even busier due to the tax change in April. Under the rates proposed in the incoming LBTT system, any sales above £254,000 will incur a higher rate of tax compared with the current stamp duty structure, introduced in December in the Autumn Statement by George Osborne.