We will offer expert advice and guidance on the locations and/or neighbourhoods that we feel would work best for both yourself and your family from a lifestyle, commute, budget and property perspective as well as helping you assess the schooling options in each area.

Whether you’re relocating to the UK from overseas, swapping city life for country life – or vice versa! – we can help.


From family homes in leafy West London and grand townhouses in Mayfair, to City apartments in Docklands and Canary Wharf, the London property market can be a challenge to negotiate.

London is known as the greenest city in the world with its beautiful garden squares, parks and commons and each suburb has its own personality and charm.

Ealing, Chiswick and Twickenham offer spacious homes and are very family friendly; Fulham, Clapham, Balham and Battersea enjoy riverfront living with great views and easy access to central London.

South East London is known for its warehouse conversions, quick access to The City and is close to fashionable Borough Market.

The East London areas of Spitalfields, Shoreditch, St Katherine’s Docks and Canary Wharf have become very trendy places to live; you will find a mix of period properties and super modern apartment buildings, some also on the riverside here too.


The Cotswolds covers a wide area across Gloucestershire, parts of Oxfordshire and into Worcestershire and Warwickshire, incorporating larger towns such as Cheltenham and Cirencester as well as the smaller, pretty ‘chocolate box’ villages of Kingham, Chipping Campden, and Bibury. 

The huge draw here is the beautiful rolling countryside and open space, but good commuter links to London and a great choice of schools, as well as its vast array of trendy independent shops, farm shops. stylish restaurants and cafes, has meant that the Cotswolds has become one of the most sought after areas to live in the UK in recent years.

The wider area around Chipping Norton proves very popular with house hunters looking for easy access to the Cotswolds from London and has become a very thriving town for both main, and second home owners and renters

Cheltenham is the largest town within the Cotswolds area with excellent amenities and a family-friendly community. There are a large number of highly regarded independent schools which draw families from across the UK, as well as from overseas.


Well known for being a buzzy, vibrant city, Bristol was recently named as one of the best places to live in South-West England by the Sunday Times annual guide, only just pipped to the number one spot by a town in nearby Wiltshire.

Straddling the River Avon, the city lies between Somerset and Gloucestershire. It is a multicultural university hub with a city centre port that has recently been regenerated into the lively ‘Harbourside’ creating a bustling and friendly place.

Praised for its diversity and creative arty culture, Bristol is loved for it’s great period properties, abundance of green open spaces, excellent shopping and food scene. It’s also famous for many things including the Clifton Suspension Bridge, SS Great Britain and the Bristol Balloon Fiesta as well as its contribution to the arts and sciences.

The areas of Clifton, Bishopston, Redland and St Andrews offer excellent schools and family homes, Montpelier is popular for its Boho vibe and the city centre buzzes with professionals and luxury apartments.

Read more in our Bristol blog!


An UNESCO world heritage site set within the picturesque back drop of the rolling Somerset hills, Bath blends over two thousand years of history with a contemporary hub of culture, green spaces, fine dining, and shopping, along with a family friendly community making it a very unique, and special, place to call home.

Bath is consistently ranked as one of the best places to live in the UK. A beautiful city with Georgian charm; sweeping terraces form many parts of the city centre which is a bustling hub of shops, bars, restaurants and coffee shops.

Bath is very well connected by both road and rail links, and Bristol airport is just 40 minutes away by car from the city centre. Bath Spa railway station has a direct line service to London Paddington in less than 90 minutes, and the service into Bristol Temple Meads is a mere 15 minute hop.

Areas such as Bear Flat and Widcombe are popular with many who still need to commute into London as they offer a short walk to the station. Monkton Coombe, Coombe Down, Claverton and Lansdown on the outskirts of Bath offer larger family homes, a village feel and open countryside.

Read more in our Bath blog!


We’re continually expanding our team, and we have a network of consultants located across the wider UK area so if you’re planning a move to anywhere else in the UK get in touch with us to discuss your chosen search area.

Our extended areas include Surrey, Hampshire, Wiltshire, Berkshire, The Chilterns, Oxfordshire, Dorset and Devon as well as parts of Scotland too.

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