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Relocating and looking to rent a 2 bedroom executive London apartment in London by Christmas

***Unbelievable London Executive Apartment, Quality at great London Prices*** Riverlight Quay, Nine Elms, London SW8  £2,383 or £550 per week This London Executive apartment is located on the sixth floor (with lift) of the Riverlight 4 building in the prestigious St. James, Riverlight Development. Top class facilities for tenants of this property; Communal garden Balcony Underground parking 24 […]

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Brexit Update for companies relocating to the UK

What Does Brexit Mean to You & Moving Assignees to the UK?   On 24th June the UK woke up to the realisation that it was going to leave the UK but what does this mean for companies and people involved in global mobility when considering moving assignees to the UK now? Decisions regarding EU […]

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Trump win affects foreign currency shift

Well, yesterday started off slowly and then the Pound gathered momentum as the day progressed. Much like the Stock Markets Sterling had initially dropped off but then ended the day up against every major currency which has created a fantastic buying opportunity. I am sure that most of you are already aware of the result […]

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Relocation clients from the USA to the UK move in by Christmas

So, we have a new President in the USA. It is not something that is going to be discussed in this short article. The elections has restrained decisions by companies and private individuals looking to relocate. We are now seeing an update in enquiries from the United States to the UK. We are even seeing more enquiries and moves […]

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UK Govt backtracks on immigration changes

The government published its latest Statement of Changes to the Immigration Rules today and contrary to expectations, none of the widely anticipated new measures have been introduced, following the recommendations of the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) in its Tier 2 Review report in January.It is likely that there has not been sufficient time for the […]

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Relocating to the UK – Immigration Update

Immigration Update January 2016 from Laura Ochoa Jones Lang LaSalle Limited The Immigration Act 2014 is coming in for all new tenancies starting on or after 1st February 2016.  Therefore I just wanted to make you aware that we will need to see original passports and visas for all tenants and occupiers of the above […]

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The government announces immigration fee changes effective 6 April 2016

January 2016, by Nicolas Rollason, Janette Protheroe of Kingsley Napley Immigration Lawyers On 11 January 2016, the government set out its proposed changes to the fees for visas, immigration and nationality applications and associated premium services from 6 April 2016. The government is proposing to set maximum levels on the amounts for broad categories of […]

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Relocation for many people moving a necessity

‘’Relocation’’ is often a word that leaves people feeling bemused. It is now a very widely used service in the UK property market however many industry experts still find it hard to grasp what’s actually involved in the relocation process. Many people move into the UK but often find themselves stuck at a loose end, […]

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British Consulate in New York Xmas Opening times

Christmas opening times at the British Consulate in New York Should you be planning to submit an application through the British Consulate in New York over the upcoming holiday period do take note of the amended opening times below: Monday 21 December – Normal operating hours Tuesday 22 December – No submissions. Collection at 12 […]

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Relocating to the United Kingdom

Relocating to the UK When moving to the UK, people often make the mistake that they can totally replicate what they have in their own country, the same process for acquiring accommodation and schools and there is little to consider apart from turning up at Heathrow or Gatwick airport. London From our own experience the first […]

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UK State versus Fee-Paying Schools

The cost of a fee-paying school is a considerable one and needs to be justified against state school options, particularly when the UK is recognised as one of the world’s leading nations in terms of academic quality. When comparing a fee-paying school against state it is worth bearing in mind the advantages your money pays […]

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Relocation Agents

Just a few years ago, the only people who used relocation agents were top international firms sending their star directors and managers off to foreign parts for a troubleshooting or

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A Day In The Life – of a Relocation Consultant

PD: How did you get into the relocation business? SM: I worked in the financial services sector for 17 years which led to me becoming an independent financial adviser and then an Area Insurance Manager. I had direct experience of handling and processing mortgage and re-mortgage applications and learned about the conveyancing side of the […]

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What can a relocation company do for me?

Moving to a new part of the UK is not only time consuming and stressful but it is also likely that you will be unfamiliar with your new location. If you are purchasing a new property you will be making an important emotional and financial decision and buying in the wrong area could be disaster.

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