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March 9, 2022

Cheltenham sits on the edge of the beautiful Cotswolds, an area of outstanding natural beauty in the west of England. Surrounded by stunning scenery and countryside, it offers the perfect mix of town and country life

January 17, 2022

Whilst the media would lead you to believe that the market in London has taken a hit since the pandemic started, with a frenzy of activity in the country market, […]

November 3, 2021

Aside from personal expenditure, there are a number of additional costs which need to be taken into account before you can decide on how much you have to spend on renting/buying your new home…

May 13, 2021

Returning to the UK after working abroad should be a joyous and happy occasion. But get key timings wrong and your move will be no fun at all, and could […]

May 4, 2021

Since the pandemic hit, the Cotswolds have never seen such huge demand for the honey-coloured properties synonymous with the Gloucestershire villages.  A greater swing towards working from home and less need to be in offices in London on a daily basis has made people re-think their way of life, and particularly where they want to base themselves….

May 1, 2021

There are two main types of school systems available for families moving to London. State schools, which are funded by the government (and therefore free), and Independent or fee paying schools.  Apart from the cost, what are the differences?…

April 2, 2021

There are a wide variety of utility suppliers out there, and many factors to consider when choosing one. The wrong choice can lead to unfair utility bills, tricky exit fees and hidden costs that you might not be aware of but finding the right company that can offer a good deal in the long-term may take quite a bit of research…

October 14, 2020

We British love our Sunday roasts!  These usually consist of roasted meat with potatoes and vegetables, covered in gravy.  The most British of meats is beef (which is why the French call us ‘rosbifs’, but that’s a different story)…

September 28, 2020

It’s not just younger people emigrating to Australia and New Zealand these days, or executives heading to the US or Hong Kong. We can all move abroad if we want to – at least until the end of the EU transition period – and around 40% of the hundreds of thousands of Brits moving to Spain and Portugal are retired…

August 1, 2020

When you rent your home, the building isn’t yours. If a wall falls down it’s the landlord’s responsibility to pay for it to be repaired. As a renter, all you need to worry about are your possessions which means you only need a home contents insurance policy…

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