Locksmith Lenton | Locksmith Lenton Nottingham
LS Locksmiths are your local locksmiths in Lenton Nottingham we have dedicated locksmiths at your disposal in your area. Our locksmith Lenton service provides emergency locksmith services for lock outs etc, and a same day service for non emergency’s like Upvc door repairs. Our highly knowledgable and qualified locksmiths are on hand for advice or a no obligation quote call our team on 0115 8320195
One of our most requested locksmith service in Lenton Nottingham is for lock outs and to gain entry.
Lenton is a hugely popular student accommodation area in Nottingham. The area consists of lots of large terraced houses that have been converted to HMO properties and its location is walking distance to the University of Nottingham campus. A lot of these properties use latch locks that lock automatically when the door is closed and if the keys are left in the room you will need to gain entry - landlords and letting agents should always have access to a spare but may not always be be on hand especially in the evenings and weekends they may have also included a lock out fee in contracts so it makes sense to call a locksmith to get you back in quickly with no damage for a small set fee.
If you require a locksmith to gain entry or change locks or would like advice on any of the services or products then please contact our locksmith Lenton Nottingham team today call 0115 8320195 and speak direct to a locksmith.
About Lenton Nottingham
The history of Lenton begins as a small village located outside the west of Nottinghams boundary. A large Cluniac priory was founded in Lenton at the start of twelfth century and become one of the wealthiest monastic institutions in the whole of the Midlands.
After dissolution of the monasteries the land became the property of the Crown who sold off to private individuals, all of the buildings were demolished and the materials reclaimed for use elsewhere. As a result there is almost nothing of Lenton Priory left above ground although most of the foundations are still in place.
A small hospital chapel on the site was repurposed as a parish church, known as St. Anthony's Church the chancel is from the time of Priory, but the rest of the building is of modern construction.
Following the demise of the Priory the village of Lenton was now just a rural backwater and its few inhabitants were simple agriculturalists.
The construction of the Nottingham Canal, in the 1790s, and its route past Lenton saw the arrival of a number of large factories being built and the need for more people to live and work in the area.
In 1801 the population was just 893, rising to 1,240 by 1821, just a decade later the population was up to 3,077.
Local entrepreneurs unable to find suitable building land within Nottingham began to acquire land outside the town to construct both residential and industrial properties which lead to the creation of 'New Lenton' located away from the existing village on what was previously farmland. Most other small villages in close proximity to Nottingham underwent the same process like New Radford, New Basford and New Sneinton.
A large number of residents in Lenton during the early part of the 1800,s would have earned their living working in the lace trade. By the 1850s well over twenty firms were manufacturing lace in Lenton and additional supportive businesses were providing employment for lace machine builders, bobbin and carriage makers.
In 1877 Lenton became part of Nottingham following the enlargement of the city boundaries and now one of its inner suburbs of this large city. The lace factories are all long gone, and with it most of the original housing built at the same time.
New build housing and have been erected in their place while other parts of the area has also been used for industry. Raleigh, the one time world's largest maker of bicycles, had offices up till the late 1990s still in Lenton although much smaller then in its heyday. John Player's factory and offices in Radford, were also relocated to Lenton Industrial Estate. Lenton also boasts to being the home to the QMC - Queen's Medical Centre, one of the largest teaching hospitals in the whole of Europe.
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