The practical details

The Practical Details

When you’re moving, it’s often the little things which can make or break the process; remembering them all can be quite a struggle… but you don’t need to… because we can deal with them all for you.

You can depend on our further support with a whole host of issues, including:

  • Temporary accommodation
  • Visas and immigration
  • Utility connection / disconnection
  • Broadband, telephone and TV connection
  • Professional services (solicitors, etc.)
  • Removals / furniture rental
  • Trade services
  • Domestic staff (cleaners, gardeners, tutors, dog walkers, etc.)
  • Parking permits
  • Buildings and contents insurance
  • Setting up a UK bank account
  • Providing information specific to the property and neighbourhood to help you settle in
  • Healthcare, including how to register with local GP and where the nearest hospitals are

… so you are not alone in a strange place; whatever you need, all you have to do is ask.

We’ve helped countless families through the relocation process; and we’ll tailor everything we do to meet your own individual requirements; you can rely on us to be there whenever you need us.

Because… if it matters to you, it matters to us.

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