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Amongst the myriad things to think about when moving house this one is up there with the most important. Most of the people you'll need to notify about your lovely new dwelling are fairly obvious - gas, electric, post office but some are slightly less so. To help you we have compiled a Change of Address Checklist that you can use to make sure everyone knows about your home move.
When you think of cities in Scotland, then chances are that you are going to imagine the beautiful, not to mention historic, streets of Edinburgh. Not only is Edinburgh a popular place for people to take a break, but it seems that more and more people are also choosing to live there too.
This could be down to the fact that it has a thriving employment market, as well as educational facilities too. However, it could simply be as it is a great place to live.
If you are considering a move to Edinburgh, then to help inspire you even further, we have put together why we think it should be top of your list.
Okay, so we know that there are plenty of beautiful places to live in the UK, however, there is something truly captivating about Edinburgh. Whilst most cities have a real modern feel, the overwhelming vibe of Edinburgh is that of timeless, classic charm. Particularly in the centre of the city itself. It doesn’t seem to matter how long you have lived in Edinburgh, it can sometimes really take your breath away.
If you are moving into the area for a job, then this won’t really apply to you as you are all set. However, if you are moving to Edinburgh simply because it appeals to you, then you are going to be really pleased to learn that there are so many jobs out there to choose from. There are a number of big name employers as we as charitable organisations looking for employees too. You will also find that smaller employers and those who rely on tourism are always looking for staff too.
Much like other big cities, Edinburgh is a great place to live if you are a fan of being social. No matter the day and sometimes no matter the time, you are likely to find something that is open, something that you can do. Which means that you are never going to feel bored, or lonely when you live in Edinburgh.
Whilst living in a city is great, we all like the ability to be able to escape from the hustle and bustle and instead breathe in some fresh, clean air. The great thing about Edinburgh is that it lets you have the best of both worlds. You will find that you are never far away from the countryside and with a short drive or bus ride you will be in the heart of the beautiful Scottish countryside, which is going to give you the perfect chance to escape.
As you can see, there are a number of reasons why you might want to move to Edinburgh. So, if you are thinking of relocating to Scotland, or need to move for work, then it might be worthwhile taking a look at what this amazing city has to offer you.
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