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  • COVID-19 RELOCATION UPDATE: Unavoidable moves can go ahead says Government

    The Government has said that house moves can, if absolutely unavoidable, go ahead. It has asked membership organisations to disseminate the following message: "Home buyers and renters should, as far as possible, delay moving to a new house while emergency measures are in place to fight coronavirus.

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  • COVID-19 impacts on relocations following UK lockdown

    In effect, the public were told they must stay in their homes and only venture outside in limited circumstances. Therefore, we had to abort all rental search tours for today and the foreseeable future.

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  • City of Kensington

    Expats agree, Kensington & Chelsea is the best London location where they want to live

    Why is it that so many VIP expats choose the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea as THE part of London in which they want to rent a home?

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  • How would you feel if your employer asked you to move to Seoul in South Korea?

    When an employer asks a key team member to move to a place like Seoul, South Korea the response might be a tad different than if you were asking them to relocate to London, Paris or New York! Their initial excitement is likely, in our experience, to change to apprehension when they consider all the implications of moving to a…

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  • When you need to get out of a UK lease to enable a key employee to relocate overseas

    I find it interesting that we are being asked to negotiate more early terminations of leases than ever before to facilitate key relocations out of the UK to satisfy the rapidly changing needs of the businesses concerned.

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  • Important update on relocations to Paris

    As the UK’s exit from the EU approaches, and many of London’s leading institutions moving ahead with Brexit contingency plans. The major beneficiary of those moves is undoubtedly French capital. Currently, many companies have confirmed staff moves to Paris or plan to open a subsidiary, meaning that a lot of jobs are set to move from London to Paris or…

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  • It’s time to get your Brexit moves done

    The political stagnation, dither, and delay are now over. Business leaders around the globe are breathing an immense sigh of relief. The UK will now leave the EU at the end of next month – no ifs, no buts! Boris will move swiftly to the all-important EU trade negotiations phase with a strong mandate from the people behind him.

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  • Special projects around global mergers & acquisitions

    Mergers and acquisitions can give rise to some complex issues in relation to relocation and property matters. They often involve lease surrenders and transfers for both employees’ rental homes and commercial leases.

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  • Brexit update

    Uncertainty impacts assignees lives & employers' relocation costs

    The UK Government has finally accepted publicly that the UK won’t be able to leave the EU on October 31st as repeatedly promised by Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Consequently, the agony of Brexit indecision and dithering continues to hang over our corporate clients and their assignees. In many cases, especially with financial services firms, Brexit moves to EU hub cities…

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