There is no doubt that London is probably the best choice for everyone who is looking for a new beginning. The capital of the UK can offer you lots of opportunities and it's only up to you whether you'll succeed to grab this chance or not. Unfortunately, this place has also two huge disadvantages – cost of living and crime.
A lot of people think that their biggest problem is how to organize their removals London and how to pay for them. Actually, this is the easiest part. Living in the capital of the UK is a challenge and you should be prepared well for it.
1. Cost of living
London is one of the most expensive cities in the world. The main reason for that are accommodation prices, council taxes and transport. Food is not such a big issue, especially if you're not too fussy and you don't mind to visit supermarkets as Asda or Tesco. Around 30-40 pounds per a week should be more than enough to cover your basic grocery outgoes. If you consider renting a flat, you must be ready to spend around 1000 pounds depending on the property size, location and condition. You should forget about your car if you consider living in London because of 1) crazy parking fees and 2) traffic. The easiest and fastest way to travel from one place to another is to use a bus or a tube. The prices of travel-cards vary between 89.10 and 165.20 pounds per a month, de[ending on the zones. The bus is much cheaper option – you should give only 53.80 for a month bus pass for all zones.
The capital of the UK is a home for almost 8 million people. The crime rates are pretty high, especially in some neighbourhoods. Westminster and Camden are the boroughs with the highest crime rate in London but in Bexley it's below average.
As you see, finding a good removal company London is not a problem at all. Your biggest issue is how to handle living in the capital of the UK.