Relocation to London – For You…

Writing a blog about moving to London is easy. Writing a blog about moving to London that is useful and readable is a little more of a challenge. Just this week, we received a comment from a reader of the London Relocation Services blog who asked for more specific information about recruitment in London for accompanying spouses. What was originally intended as a general post about the challenges facing partners and relocation to London, turned into an in depth, useful series of blogs on the subject of relocation jobs.

Living in London: South Kensington and The Wedge Card for Discounts Locally

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea are combined as they are close in proximity. For all the Americans moving to London, as this is a highly settled area for Expatriates from America, you will want to become acquainted with the area. Finding ways to stay living in London while taking advantage of discounts is important in keeping down expense. London relocation agents will tell you, rents in South Kensington tend to be on the high side as it’s such a desirable area. Saving where you can on everyday items and local shops is a good bet while living in London.

Living in London – You’re an ‘Expat’ now!

An expat, or expatriate, is someone who lives in a country that is not their country of origin. If you are moving to London, then you are moving to a city that is unmatched in beauty and excitement. Even in the darkest hours of winter, and it gets dark in the middle of the afternoon in London, this city glows in pomp and ceremony. It is a city that offers much to the expat in the way of career development and a lifestyle that cannot be found anywhere else in the world. If you have recently moved into your new London rental apartment then you need to start getting out and exploring the city and immersing yourself in the local culture, so you feel a little more in tune with the way that Londoner’s behave.