House clearance Hayes UB3 and UB8
Few little facts about Hayes
Hayes is a town in the London Borough of Hillingdon. The name comes from Anglo-Saxon "Haes (land overgrown with) Brushwood". Until the end of 19th century Hayes was primarily an agricultural and brick making area. It was developed in the 20th century as an industrial locality to which residential districts were later added to house factory workers. Its development is typical of the second Industrial Revolution, the creation of new light engineering industries on the edge of existing cities.
It is home of Emi, Nestle and H.J Heinz company. It was here in the Central Research Laboratories generally known as (CRL) that Isaac Shuenberg developed (1934) the all electronic 405 line television system (called the EMI Marconi System, used by the BBC from 1936 until close down of the Crystal Palace 405 line transmissions in 1985).
In 1939, working alongside the electrical firms AC Cossor and Pye, a 60MHz radar was developed and from 1941 to 1943 the H2S radar system.
Former England footballer Glenn Hoddle was born in Hayes in 1957. Former BBC Director General Greg Dyke was born in Hayes. Actor Anne Marie Duff grew up in Hayes.