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by marssi marssi (New Member) New Member

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Hy for everyone:-))) I have a new job in England and I will relocate with my family. I need Accomodation advice becouse The Hospital told me that they have not got family accomodation. What kind of another opportunities may I found? Many thanks

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Private accommodation seems your best bet. I would advise you organised something before you get here. Depending on the area you will be moving to, it may take a while and some places might not accept you without references. You might have some trouble getting anywhere from abroad.

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XB9S has 22 years experience and works as a Registered nurse.

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Depending on where you have a job you will need to look at renting agents in that area. Usually around big hospitals you will find quite a bit of rental properties, the only drawback is if it's a teaching hospital you may well end up renting around lots of students, which can be quite a noisy experience

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Silverdragon102 has 30 years experience as a BSN and works as a Registered Nurse.

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not many hospitals offer family accommodation in fact the hospital I used to work changed all their accommodations to offices offering nothing

Depending on where you are going you need to find local newspapers online or try contacting rental agencies that are locally. Most will require some form of deposit

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I would like to thank you for every answer . I am looking for Hospital Accomodation becouse there will be cheaper that in private property. I will work only at the begining f my husband need to take care to our 3 years old doughter.

I don't know with Band 5 -21146 Salary is it enough for UK cost of living?

Many Thanks

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Silverdragon102 has 30 years experience as a BSN and works as a Registered Nurse.

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Not many hospitals offer family or even nurse accommodation, you will have to think about private and costs will depend on where you are living

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Yes but it will be to difficult for the begin ing becouse to arrange private property the agency ask fo References, Ban account, Uk address, and they have a lot of fees for service and deposit.

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madeleine works as a Dermatology Nurse.

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Marrsi - where in the UK are you coming to and where are you coming from?

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I am coming from Bulgaria EC country to South East England-Kent.

Thanks:nurse:

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