Category Archives: Location Guides

Our easy guide to living in Dartford

Dartford from above

Reading Time: 4 minutes Dartford is the principal town in the Borough of Dartford, Kent, England. It is located 18 miles south east of Central London. Best places to live in the area There is a fantastic range of areas and properties in Dartford, perfect for those who commute into London, with the wish of being located outside the […]

Our easy guide to living in Luton

Wrest Park, Luton

Reading Time: 4 minutes Luton is a large town and borough in Bedfordshire, South East England. With a population of 213,052, Luton is one of the most populous towns without a city status in the United Kingdom. Luton is renowned for its multicultural vibe and being right on the doorstep of the picturesque Chiltern Hills and being close enough […]

Our easy guide to living in Stockton-on-Tees

teesside princess boat on river

Reading Time: 4 minutes Stockton-on-Tees is a large market town. Made up of an unparished collective of wards, and part of the built up Teeside area, it has a combined population of 85,000. Stockton-on-Tees has lots to offer and in 2018 was rated the 6th best place to live in the whole of the UK. Best places to live […]

Our easy guide to living in Wolverhampton

sunset image of Wolverhampton from above

Reading Time: 4 minutes Wolverhampton is a city and metropolitan borough in central England and in 2019 had a population of 262, 242. Since the industrial revolution, the economy of the city is based on engineering, including a large aerospace industry making it a very interesting and appealing place to live. The average house price, according to Rightmove, was […]

Our easy guide to living in Gloucester

Gloucester cathedral

Reading Time: 4 minutes Gloucestershire is a county in South west England. With a population of 633,558, it’s comprising of the Cotswold Hills, part of the valley of the River Severn, and the entire Forest of Dean. It has previously been rated one of the best places to live – partly because of its stunning scenery but also because […]

Our easy guide to living in Slough


Reading Time: 4 minutes Slough in the Royal County of Berkshire is a major hotspot for homeowners because of its fantastic location and great connections for commuters. Thinking of moving to Slough? We’ve got you covered in this easy guide to the area. Slough is a large town located around 22 miles west of London. Originally, the town was […]

Our easy guide to living in Telford

Reading Time: 5 minutes Telford is one of the largest towns in Shropshire. It’s neighbouring towns and cities are Shrewsbury, Stafford, Wolverhampton, and Birmingham, making it popular with commuters. The town is a hive of activity and has something for everyone. The River Severn meanders through Telford, Coalbrookdale, Ironbridge, and Coalport. Take a walk beside the river and take […]

Our easy guide to living in Cheshire East

National Trust Quarry Bank

Reading Time: 4 minutes Thinking of moving to the East of Cheshire? With quaint historic towns, offering both rural living and the vibrancy of village life. Cheshire is in the northwest of England near the Welsh border and has been described by the Telegraph as a desirable location to live in. It’s well known for its industrial heritage and […]

Our easy guide to living in Thames Valley West

Thames Valley West

Reading Time: 5 minutes Have you thought about relocating to the picturesque Thames Valley? Offering areas of outstanding natural beauty, a rich history, charming towns, and villages. The Thames Valley lies in the South East of England and is an informally defined sub-region. It’s centred on the River Thames to the west of London, Oxford is classed as its […]

Our easy guide to living in South East Northumberland

Reading Time: 5 minutes Northumberland has a rich historic past with idyllic countryside, and stunning coastlines making it a hotspot for home buyers. It’s is located in the North East of England and bordered by Cumbria to the West and Country Durham and Tyne and Wear to the South as well as having Scottish Borders towards the North. You’ll […]