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Restore Harrow Green

Restore Harrow Green


E162BZ London
United Kingdom

Restore Harrow Green have been at forefront of Laboratory relocation for over 30 years and have partnered with some of the biggest labs in the UK. Our teams have the expertise required to handle every aspect of a laboratory relocation from chemicals, research samples and specimens, sensitive data, refrigerated components, instruments, tools and precision equipment. Our track record, skills and regulatory adherence means they will expertly manage the safe and secure handling of your vital work and equipment.


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  • Three simple tips for planning a laboratory relocation

    Moving your lab will involve uprooting ongoing research facilities, cold room specimens, data, live animals, hazardous chemicals and clean rooms, all of which will require planning and most importantly expertise. A standard relocation company will not be able to rise to the challenge - you will need someone who specialises in the Life Sciences and in laboratory logistics...


  • Factors to consider when planning a lab relocation

    When planning a laboratory relocation it’s important to find a supplier who understands that no two labs will ever be the same. Each lab has its own way of operating and conducting research and therefore presents specific challenges.

    However, there's three main factors you need to consider:

    Plan with scientific accuracy
    Select your move champions
    Due Diligence...


  • Restore Harrow Green helps Christie Trust after devastating fire to their laboratory

    The Christie NHS Trust is one of the UK’s biggest cancer research and treatment centres, serving over three million people across Greater Manchester and Cheshire with a quarter of patients being referred from across the country. Operating with 2,500 staff, 300 volunteers and 30,000 public members they are one of the largest hospital charities in the UK. The institute is funded by Cancer Research UK, which spends about £22m a year on research in Manchester

    The Christie was named, by the National Institute for Health Research, as one of the best hospitals providing patients the opportunity to take part in clinical research studies due to having over 550 active clinical trials.

    In April 2017 the Hospital’s Patterson building was devastated by fire which remained undiscovered for about 30 minutes, enabling it to rage through much of the building and destroy a large quantity of specialist laboratory equipment as well as years’ worth of valuable medical research.