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  • Relocating Moya Green to lead Royal Mail

    The Saunders 1865 UK Relocation Team routinely supports the international relocations of some of the world’s top business leaders when they are transferred into the UK to take up a crucial new role. One such international relocation was for Royal Mail when we helped relocate Moya Green from Canada to London. Moya Green became the first woman and first non-Briton…

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  • Everyone loves a Freebie !

    We are sure that you have heard of Time Out London... But, in case you haven't Time Out keeps you updated with happenings in and around London and we highly recommend it! Pick up your first free edition of Time Out London Magazine from tomorrow, 25th September onwards outside Central London Underground stations. Don't miss out on this opportunity, as…

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  • London Open House 2012

    Looking to take part in an exclusive, unique annual event?  The Open House London 2012 gives you the chance to view a collection of buildings not normally seen, such as the famous Bank of England and London’s City Hall! This free event will take place this weekend.  Take this opportunity to enjoy with friends and family!  Find more information on…

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  • Relocating to Mars?

    We don't do relocation services to Mars...well not yet anyway!  However, if it becomes an option in the future, space travel is your only option.  NASA’s recent success with their new Mars Rover, Curiosity has re-sparked interest in life on Mars. This unique video gives a detailed animation of the space journeys for previous Rovers , Spirit and Opportunity.  It…

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  • Why Highgate? Ask Jude…

    Back in 2010, when he was still an item with Sienna Miller, Jude Law invested an alleged £8 million in a Grade II listed, eight-bedroom detached Georgian house.  Now, after a lengthy planning battle in which he knocked heads with the ever-vigilant Highgate Society, he has finally won permission to extend the basement and renovate the interior. The planning application…

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  • The new skyscrapers of London

    The Shard and Cheesegrater are so passé. Check out the London skyline of the future with Beetham Tower aka Boomerang in Blackfriars, Columbus Tower in Canary Wharf, 360 London in Elephant & Castle, Spirit of Stratford and Manhattan Loft Gardens in Stratford. The costs of the buildings range from £100 million to £1 billion pounds. Read more here: London Loves…

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  • Team Weekend Recommendation

    Fancy a bike ride through central London? If you have not gotten up the courage to rent a Boris Bike yet, why not take a guided bike tour of London with Fat Tire Bike Tours. I did the tour with some friends visiting London recently and it was not only an informative tour, but a great experience to safely ride…

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  • UK businesses have it made!

    UK businesses have it made! A recent report states that employers in the UK have the lowest mandatory costs for employees in Western Europe. Darryl Davis, from Towers Watson's Data Service division, said: "It appears that the UK is amongst the most business-friendly countries in the region on the basis that the tax burden on companies is the most favourable."…

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  • London 2012 Olympics Closing Ceremony

    After 7 years of planning and two weeks of competitive sport, the London 2012 Olympics have ended with a spectacular close! The packed show featured some of the biggest names of British pop, including the Spice Girls, George Michael, Take That, The Who and Elbow.  The official Games flag was handed to the mayor of Rio before the flame at…

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