Chatham Van Hire

Chatham is a town on the River Medway in Kent. It's located close to Rochester and Gillingham and is only a few miles from the M2 motorway and Rochester Airport.

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About Chatham

The Medway town of Chatham is probably best known as the historic location of one of the Royal Navy's most important dockyards. These closed in 1984 but much of Chatham's naval heritage remains and the town is a popular with visitors. Attractions include the Chatham Historic Dockyard Museum and the submarine HMS Ocelot.

Chatham is a large town, with a population of more than 70,000. The town has always had good road and rail links, perhaps because of its strategic performance. In years gone, the port of Chatham by was also a busy transhipment point for inland barges and coastal shipping.

The closure of the naval dockyards was a blow to the town, but the economy has gradually recovered and is now focused more heavily on the service sector, including financial services. Chatham's direct rail link to London mean that commuting is an option, adding to the appeal of the town.

A large bustling town of this size will naturally have a full range of local services, including van hire. Expect a standard range of vans to be available at most times:

  • Medium vans - e.g. Ford Transit Custom, Vauxhall Vivaro, Renault Trafic, Volkswagen Transporter
  • Small vans - e.g. Vauxhall Combo, Ford Transit Connect, VW Caddy
  • Large / long wheelbase vans - e.g. Mercedes Sprinter XLWB, Ford Transit LWB, Renault Master
  • Luton vans & box vans (3.5 tonne / 3.5t).