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London house prices 'set to stall in 2017'

The increase in house prices in London has slowed to its weakest pace in almost four years, according to the latest survey of values in 20 cities across the UK by property analysts Hometrack.

EU workers in UK rush for permanent residence and citizenship

UK net migration falls to lowest level in two years

Features

Promoting investment in Kent: Locate in Kent strengthens its team

Promoting investment in Kent: Locate in Kent strengthens its team

Locate in Kent, whose aim is to promote Kent as an attractive place for new businesses, has announced six key appointments following the signing of a three year contract with Kent and Medway Councils.

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What is the Advanced Placement Capstone Diploma?

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Preview Relocate’s new 2017 international education guide

Preview Relocate’s new 2017 international education guide

A preview of the second edition of Relocate Global’s acclaimed Guide to International Education & Schools is now available. View it online, and register for your copy of the full guide.

Immigration News

EU workers in UK rush for permanent residence and citizenship

An increasing number of EU workers are applying for citizenship and permanent residence before the UK leaves the EU.

UK net migration falls to lowest level in two years

Net migration to the UK fell to its lowest level since 2014 in the year to last September, with 273,000 more people arriving than the total leaving, official data published on Thursday showed.
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WERC London Summit 2017: Lessons from Brexit and Trump

This time last year, Sir Malcolm Rifkind was analysing the potential outcomes of the UK’s upcoming referendum. This Friday, delegates will gather again in London for a day packed with insight-sharing on how to respond to the changes of the past 12 months.

Latest International Assignments News & Features

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WERC London Summit 2017: Lessons from Brexit and Trump

This time last year, Sir Malcolm Rifkind was analysing the potential outcomes of the UK’s upcoming referendum. This Friday, delegates will gather again in London for a day packed with insight-sharing on how to respond to the changes of the past 12 months.

Latest Serviced Apartments News & Features

Record growth for UK serviced apartment sector in 2017

‘Record growth’ for UK serviced apartment sector in 2017  

At the start of what looks set to be a record year for serviced accommodation growth across the UK and Europe, Relocate finds out which relocation hotspots will be seeing new apartment openings.

David Sapsted Reports

London house prices 'set to stall in 2017'

The increase in house prices in London has slowed to its weakest pace in almost four years, according to the latest survey of values in 20 cities across the UK by property analysts Hometrack.

EU workers in UK rush for permanent residence and citizenship

An increasing number of EU workers are applying for citizenship and permanent residence before the UK leaves the EU.
Former chief reporter at The Times and news editor and New York correspondent for The Telegraph among other journals, David Sapsted writes sharply observed news for Re:locate.
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