Moving to a new country means you’ll have to get used to the different types of bills that you will be expected to pay. Most bills come monthly in the UK and it might be worthwhile knowing what you can expect to have dropping through the letterbox of your London apartment.
Relocating to London means that you will want to find a place to stay before you get there. It might help to have a better idea of the way that London is laid out before you decide on an area that will suit you in terms of transport, work and schools. London is a massive city, and finding accommodations in London can be a daunting task. You should have a good idea of the borough (district) you want to live in, as well as your postcode, which can be an indication of social standing in London, and even if you want to live north or south of the River Thames.