Let’s face it… it’s not rocket science to search for and find a property… the difference is,
we take the time to find you the right property… to find you a home rather than just a
And finding you your next home requires a personal approach.
Helping people find exactly the right place to live, be it in London or the surrounding area, the
Cotswolds, Bristol, Bath, Wiltshire or Gloucestershire has become more than just our speciality:
it’s our passion.
Being the best at what we do is important to us, because it matters to you. It’s our aim not only to
appreciate your needs, but to exceed your expectations too. Assisting people through demanding
and difficult situations is our forte. We are often drafted in to help where other companies have
failed… because, for us, nothing is too much trouble and no project is too large or too small
We appreciate how important it is to understand what you are looking for, to talk to you and your
family, to take your practical needs (and even the not-so-practical dreams!) on board but also on
a personal level too, ensuring you not only achieve a property that ticks the boxes but that it
delivers the lifestyle you aspire to as well.
Moving within the UK or from overseas can be a daunting prospect but our priority is making our
clients feel at ease whilst delivering a professional and highly personal service. Whether it’s for a
company, balancing employee needs with corporate objectives; or a private individual where it
really is all about you, your family and your peace of mind; a pied-a-terre or a country estate our
extensive experience enables us to match people to properties which work for their lifestyle and
budget. Properties which, quite probably, they would never find themselves, and by keeping one
step ahead of the game we take the stress out of navigating the challenging property market.
Between us, we personally manage every relocation we undertake, working with a small team of
trusted partners who share the same quality service ethos as we do.
I came to relocation over 16 years ago after a successful management career with a blue chip
international retailer. I’m proud to be qualified to ERQ Level 3, the highest level of the EARP
(European Academy of Relocation Professionals) accredited training programme; you can find
out what it all means here.
Having lived in London for over 16 years, I’ve built up an extensive range of contacts in all aspects of relocation.
And when I’m not doing this? Most weekends you’ll find me with my husband, Laurence, or
walking my dog, Phoebe – we can walk for miles as long as there are trees and grass, and the
occasional muddy puddle for her to splash around in. I also indulge in a bit of amateur
photography, and in the spring and summer months I like to practice my bee keeping skills – I’ve
5 hives and I’m still learning but enjoy helping new beekeepers get started. Other than that, I
just like to chill out and relax, which my cats, Poppy and Hugo, seem to do most of the time.
They’ve taught me a lot! If you want to find out more about me, check out my Pinterest page.
I have worked in the property industry for over 15 years with a background in international
relocation, property finding and real estate in The Cotswolds and the surrounding area. I grew up
in the market town of Malmesbury in Wiltshire before moving to Cheltenham to study for my
degree in Sociology and Psychology. I have since made the Cotswolds my home and now live
I love where I live and enjoy providing an insiders’ guide for those thinking of moving here. I’ve
built up a range of relationships with estate agents and other providers across the area, and my
knowledge of the area means I can offer advice from schools to where to find the best coffee
shops (I’ve tested most of them!). When I’m not working, I am a keen runner and love nothing more than to get my trainers on and head out into the fresh air on a sunny morning, followed by a coffee or brunch at one of the
independents in either Cirencester or Cheltenham. My husband and I love the Algarve, Kev loves
the golf and I love the endless sunshine and beautiful beaches, even in the winter time its
wonderful. We have been visiting for nearly 10 years, it has become our home from home, and
our firm plan to retire there one day! I also spend as much time as I can with my nephew Alfie,
we have a great bond, he is my little ray of sunshine and never fails to make me smile!
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