When you are starting to plan your relocation to London you need to have a good idea of what your monthly expenses could be in the first few months after you arrive. An international relocation is quite different to making a move within your country. There are additional expenses that can take a substantial chunk out of your finances.
All the planning of moving to London is over and you’re living in London and you have a good idea of how to get around your new city. It’s now time to get settled in and find the perfect London rental, register with a doctor and get your children into the local school.
It can happen to the best of us, and if you’re living in London, and you do get arrested, then you need to know what to do and who to call to avoid being taken to the Tower of London and beheaded. The first thing that you need to know is that your right to remain silent is a part f the British constitution. If you are arrested while you are living in London, all that you have to give, in terms of information, to your arresting officer is your name, your address and any identification documentation.
In previous articles this week, we have discussed moving to London and the basic types of London rental apartments that you can find on the market. There are a number of details that you need to know about renting property in London, and how to go about it so you can be settled into your new home as soon as possible.
Moving to London means you’ll be looking for a London rental apartment as soon as possible. If your employer is going to find you an apartment for a short while, then you’ll have the chance to look around at the different areas and types of properties that will suit you and your family. This series of articles gives an in depth review of the London rental business, and how to go about renting an apartment or house if you are a foreigner who is moving to the city of London.