The London Relocation agency assists anyone moving to London, even if it’s just a move within the UK or the city itself. However, London Relocation agents find that most often their clientele consists of expats like themselves, those making an international relocation from numerous countries around the globe. Expatriotism is a common trend as technology increasingly shrinks our world and makes it easier for people to work from anywhere in the world; it has resulted in a more global mindset that has larger numbers considering what life would be like in an another country and culture, not only desiring to visit a new destination but actually live there. [read more]
If you’ve just made your relocation to London, ’tis the season to start shopping and giving! Junior League of London is hosting its annual Boutique de Noel fundraiser this week on the evening 9 November and all-day 10 November. Over 125 vendors will be there selling products ranging from women’s and men’s clothing, home decor, art and photographs, handbags and jewellery to children’s clothing and toys, bath and body goods, doggie gifts, fashions and beds, cashmere and tweed products, and food and drink.
Their invite follows below: [read more]
If you’re moving to London and following this blog, you might recall that the other week I mentioned compiling a list of recommended Halloween movies set in London or England in general (see “Relocation to London UK – Top 5 Halloween in London Posts”). I myself had almost forgotten! Well, if you’re planning your London move and trying to imagine what life will be like walking its streets, don’t worry, they’re not as horrific as what’s depicted below (not that the London property market isn’t terrifying at times…). This is just for a bit of fun as you prepare to live in the historic and atmospheric UK that lends itself so well as haunting backdrop to all sorts of spooky lore.
Happy Halloween – enjoy!
If you’re moving to London, you’re joining the UK in an exciting time of royal transformation. The Guard at Buckingham Palace isn’t the only thing that’s changing these days…
First of all, we’ve already seen how the Prince of Wales and Duke of Cambridge have both bucked convention by marrying commoners. Not that this was unprecedented, just not overly common and certainly not accepted for British monarchs of centuries ago. Well, this wee, headlines in the UK papers have announced that… [read more]