UK Web Portals
For Americans living in the UK, a community-centred site for Americans to share their experiences, network and make friends.
Directory on where to find organic food, wine, clothes, personal care and products for babies and children.
Travel tips and advice, expatriate resources and discussion forums aimed at Canadians living in the UK.
The Good Schools Guide International
guide for families moving abroad. Independent, written by parents for parents about the best international schools worldwide that cater to English-speaking expatriates- British, IB, American international schools. 3 Craven Mews, London SW11 5PW.
Information about and contacts for getting a job in the UK, with agency details and advice for working travellers. Writing a resume, travel health insurance, visas, guide to expenses and cost of living and how to open a bank account.
Day out with the Kids
Guide to planning a family day out, with comprehensive listings of activities for all age groups, indoors and outdoors, throughout the country.
Governmental guide to public services, motoring, education, child-care, employment, pensions, the environment, crime and justice and business.
Focuses on digital design with multilingual websites, email newsletters, flash animations, banners, logo design, corporate ID, SEO/PPC, social media and E-commerce. 89 Worship Street, Hackney, EC2A 2BF.
Services and resources for international professionals and their families living in the UK. Careers, travel, publications and classifieds, with activities, children, healthcare, getting around and services.
Comprehensive portal for working and studying abroad, cultural travel and living overseas, with information about jobs, internships, teaching and expatriate resources, articles and personal experience stories.
Expatriate guide to living in the UK, with information, property listings, discussion forums and columnists.
Immigration services with advice regarding work, family, business, student, travel and ancestry visas to the UK, Australia, Canada and the USA. Online skilled work visa assessment possible.
Tired of London, Tired of Life
The Tired of London, Tired of Life project began in October 2008 because the author felt he was beginning to tire of living in London. Doing the same thing day after day can get anyone down, but our city has an infinite number of things to see and do.