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Private Investigator Bow, Greater London

Our discreet, experienced and friendly Bow based private investigators are on hand to listen and give advice. No upfront cost, no commitment to go ahead.

  • We listen first to ensure we fully understand your situation, then offer guidance and advice. It's up to you whether you decide to use our service.
  • We make no judgement; most of us have found ourselves in a difficult situation in our lives. Our job is to answer your questions.
  • Our team of male and female private investigators are local to Bow, all are highly trained and experienced.
  • Every client gets a dedicated case manager who is on call to answer questions or to provide a sympathetic ear.
  • Our service is affordable and there are no surprises. We agree costs with you at the beginning and won't exceed these without your agreement.
  • We have over 25 years' experience providing private detective services throughout Bow. Every case is different; we get to the truth. We guarantee discretion; we don’t share information with anyone else.

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How To Become A Private Investigator in Bow

Being a private detective in Bow is all about collecting information and facts. To be able to collect facts about Bow first you need to know Bow inside and out.

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Private Detective in Bow

Bow is a residential district located in the eastern part of London. It is next to the London 2012 Olympic Park and a section of the district forms part of the park. The bridge across the River Lea is one of the district's central features. The district has several primary schools and is well connected to London with numerous buses that operate in the area and the nearest railway station is located in Bow Road.

Some of the district's landmarks are St Mary's Church (called Bow Church), Poplar Town Hall and the famous Bryant and May match factory. Parts of Bow Church date as far back as 1311. It stands on a traffic island in Bow Road with a statue of William Ewart Gladstone located outside the church. Also in Bow Road is the Poplar Town Hall that is situated on the southern side of the road.

The third landmark, the Bryant and May match factory, was at some stage London's largest factory. The London Matchgirls Strike about poor working conditions that happened in 1888 started in this factory. In the 1980s the factory fell into disrepair. It has been redeveloped as part of one of the first urban renewal projects and is now a gated community known as the Bow Quarter. Some of its amenities include a gym for residents, convenience store, bar and restaurant.

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