Thursday, 11 December 2014
Moving into a tiny home, however, will be challenging to those who’ve accumulated a lot of possessions over the years. The average British person is said to have 3,370 cubic feet of items that are rarely used, if at all, and a large part of this clutter is kept for purely sentimental reasons. When relocating to a tiny house with minimal storage space, however, much of these ‘sentimental clutter’ might just have to go. Locals who are moving to a tiny home may want to consider these tips in sorting out their belongings, and deciding which ones are worth keeping in storage in Croydon, and which ones are best disposed of.
Tuesday, 9 December 2014
What are considered good indicators of business success? Continuous increase in profit, of course, is one of them; and for many, a company’s business location is also a gauge. The latter is exactly what many UK business owners have in mind these days, as Property Magazine International reports. A survey conducted on the top decision makers of 250 companies all over the UK showed that location is the most critical factor business leaders consider when selecting where to set up office. Additionally, almost all of those surveyed were found to be planning an expansion or relocation, but prefer to stay within the same area. London remains to be the top choice for setting up shop.
Sunday, 7 December 2014
The article revealed the results of a survey wherein 31% of 2,000 adult respondents said they want to start a new life in the United States. Some people even want to take their chances elsewhere in the Commonwealth, with Australia and New Zealand leading their preferences at 29% and 20%, respectively. There was also some enthusiasm for a place closer to the U.K., such as Western Europe (16%), immediate neighbour Ireland (13%), and Scandinavia (9%). People considering a move to another country may have entertained thoughts about bringing a great deal of their stuff along. Are you looking at moving but need to make the leap of faith with as little fuss as possible? Consider entrusting removal companies in Croydon like Arnold and Self with some of the duties.
Friday, 5 December 2014
Sutton residents may see the wisdom in giving themselves a chance to live and work in Germany. Through the International Business Academy, Berlin launched a special labour initiative, offering three-year apprenticeship programmes to Britons between 18 and 35 years old. The ties also take on a new importance with the recent scientific discovery that many Britons – including the Royal Family - have Teutonic lineage dating back over a millennium. As moving abroad – especially to the Continent - can mean a slightly larger distance from your loved ones, the decision is going to be a big one. When you are ready to take that leap to Germany, experts in Sutton removals like Arnold and Self will help you make the transition.
Saturday, 8 November 2014
There will come a time in many people’s lives when moving from one residence to another becomes a necessity. There are a number of reasons why people move--from having a new job that requires a place in closer proximity, to getting the urge for a change of scenery. When you find yourself with the right reason to make the change, it would be best to be informed about some of the basics of moving out.
Thursday, 6 November 2014
Choosing where to live usually require a lot of thinking and planning. Among the most important considerations in moving are the job opportunities available in an area, as well as its lifestyle and culture. When a city is thus named the most desired place to live in in the world, you know it is a special one indeed; and a survey by The Boston Consulting Group and totaljobs.com found that London currently holds this honour.
Tuesday, 4 November 2014
Are strict housing policies keeping British homes from growing? Experts say that seems to be the case. According to an article in AOL.uk, a report by the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) shows that the average U.K. house is roughly half the size of those in other European countries. It cited the limitations in real estate development as the major cause of size restrictions, particularly in London. Some say the U.K. is already too crowded, but the IEA states that only 10 percent of land in England alone is developed.