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So you’ve just arrived in the UK, you’ve never owned a passport before and you don’t know a soul in old London town. Where are you going to sleep tonight?
There are numerous avenues for you to consider when looking for either long or short term accommodation, ranging from;
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Attending one of Protocol Education’s Networking events can also be a good way of meeting other new arrivals looking to share accommodation in your preferred location. Importantly, always inspect the rental property before you sign a lease or hand over any money. Most accommodation will be fully furnished and close to public transport. There is no need to arrange long term accommodation

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