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Tips, advice and guides to make moving and relocating as hassle-free as possible plus the latest from Kiwi Movers HQ.

A guide to moving house in Chelsea, West London

Moving house in Chelsea, or moving to this exclusive part of London for the very first time? You’ll find a family-friendly village atmosphere, a fabulous cultural scene and a proliferation […]

A guide to moving house in Islington, North London

Considering a move to the classy but understated borough of Islington, North London? You’ll be in excellent company, as the area has become a magnet for everyone from creatives and […]

A guide to moving house in Clapham

Clapham is the perfect place for young people wanting to live and work in London. Located closely to Brixton, there’s plenty of bars, restaurants, and nightlife – but with easy […]

Why Renting in London is Very Different to Renting in the Rest of the UK

You would have had to have been living under a rock to not know how expensive it is to rent a home in London. But is this the only difference […]

Kiwi Movers teams up with Please Connect Me

No-one likes all the admin and life tasks that come with moving house. Doing things like boiler readings, setting up internet, and getting in contact with your new local council […]

A guide to moving to Putney

The history of Putney stretches as far back as Roman times, when it was a pastural settlement for local communities in the 1st Century BCE. Since then it’s become a […]

5 signs you’re ready to move to London

1. Your friends and family know about your move to London This might not seem like a big deal. But the thought of leaving loved ones behind can often be […]

A guide to moving house in Tooting, South London

It’s not everyday you can boast living in one of the coolest neighbourhoods in the world. But if you believe Lonely Planet, then Tooting is just that – ranked alongside places like […]

A guide to moving house in Battersea

With one of the most iconic skylines outside the City of London, Battersea has long been popular with families and young professionals looking to better balance work and home life. […]

A super quick guide to moving house in Balham

There are plenty of reasons Balham was recently named one of the most popular places to live in London. Low(er) council tax rates, dozens of places to eat, drink and go […]

A guide to moving house in Wimbledon

Wimbledon is located just over seven miles south-west of Charing Cross, out in the leafy suburbs of West London. Its village feel, great schools, open green spaces and proximity to […]

One week to go: 4 last-minute tasks before moving home in London

You’ve dealt with all the important stuff like filling in tenancy forms and sorting out wi-fi. Now comes the nitty gritty, like making sure everything is packed, emptied and cleaned […]

5 excellent questions for your next flat viewing in London

Found a potential flat? Check. Arranged a viewing? Check. Remembered to ask if there’s a dishwasher in an attempt to preserve domestic bliss and marital harmony in the near future? […]

A Guide to Moving House in Twickenham

Twickenham, located in the south-west of London’s city centre, is the perfect compromise for people who want leafy suburbs and easy commutes. The great thing about Twickenham is its connections […]

A Guide to Moving House in Richmond

  With cobbled streets, excellent public gardens, and lots of independent shops, it’s no wonder living in Richmond is so popular. But don’t let this lovely riverside location fool you. […]

Moving out this term? Here’s how to get your deposit back

If you’re a student, there’s always something cruel about having all your coursework and exam deadlines in May. It might be the busiest time of the year, but suddenly everyone […]

Rent out your home while travelling and you could cover the cost of the trip

Your home is an asset. Even if you don’t own it, you pay for the privilege of exclusive use. When you’re not in it – depending on how you look […]

3 wonderful lessons you’ll only learn from living in London

There’s a saying you can only call yourself a New Yorker if you’ve lived in the Big Apple for at least 10 years. Well, we’re not sure if the same […]

How to survive living with parents after university

A friend of Kiwi Movers just finished her PhD in neuroscience. Over the last seven years, she’s spent — quite literally — thousands of hours in the lab researching and […]

Easter 2017: The best things to do with children in London

There are plenty of things to do with children in London, especially on Easter Weekend. But, as you know, tickets sell quick and there’s nothing worse than seeing those big, […]