Cost of Living in London

Summary of cost of living in London, United Kingdom:

Restaurants
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Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant 21.01 € 14.00-37.35
Meal for 2 People, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course 93.36 € 70.02-175.06
McMeal at McDonalds (or Equivalent Combo Meal) 9.34 € 8.17-11.67
Domestic Beer (1 pint draught) 7.53 € 5.84-8.75
Imported Beer (12 oz small bottle) 5.84 € 4.67-9.34
Cappuccino (regular) 4.19 € 2.92-5.84
Coke/Pepsi (12 oz small bottle) 2.29 € 1.46-3.73
Water (12 oz small bottle) 1.82 € 1.17-3.50
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Milk (regular), (1 gallon) 5.77 € 3.76-8.39
Loaf of Fresh White Bread (1 lb) 1.59 € 0.85-3.50
Rice (white), (1 lb) 1.06 € 0.53-2.12
Eggs (regular) (12) 3.86 € 1.96-6.54
Local Cheese (1 lb) 4.00 € 2.12-7.15
Chicken Fillets (1 lb) 4.07 € 2.11-5.29
Beef Round (1 lb) (or Equivalent Back Leg Red Meat) 6.49 € 3.18-11.06
Apples (1 lb) 1.30 € 0.53-2.12
Banana (1 lb) 0.65 € 0.48-1.59
Oranges (1 lb) 1.37 € 0.53-2.65
Tomato (1 lb) 1.76 € 0.53-3.18
Potato (1 lb) 0.64 € 0.32-1.32
Onion (1 lb) 0.64 € 0.50-1.19
Lettuce (1 head) 1.11 € 0.82-1.75
Water (1.5 liter bottle) 1.49 € 0.70-2.33
Bottle of Wine (Mid-Range) 10.50 € 7.59-17.51
Domestic Beer (0.5 liter bottle) 2.39 € 1.28-3.50
Imported Beer (12 oz small bottle) 2.84 € 1.66-5.37
Cigarettes 20 Pack (Marlboro) 17.51 € 15.17-21.01
Transportation
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One-way Ticket (Local Transport) 3.27 € 2.04-5.84
Monthly Pass (Regular Price) 233.41 € 151.71-326.77
Taxi Start (Normal Tariff) 4.67 € 3.50-8.17
Taxi 1 mile (Normal Tariff) 3.66 € 2.07-7.47
Taxi 1hour Waiting (Normal Tariff) 35.01 € 21.01-70.02
Gasoline (1 gallon) 6.66 € 6.27-7.91
Volkswagen Golf 1.4 90 KW Trendline (Or Equivalent New Car) 30,669.76 € 28,008.92-33,009.67
Toyota Corolla Sedan 1.6l 97kW Comfort (Or Equivalent New Car) 30,636.31 € 25,674.84-37,345.22
Utilities (Monthly)
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Basic (Electricity, Heating, Cooling, Water, Garbage) for 915 sq ft Apartment 327.47 € 175.06-541.08
Mobile Phone Monthly Plan with Calls and 10GB+ Data 17.48 € 11.67-35.01
Internet (60 Mbps or More, Unlimited Data, Cable/ADSL) 37.07 € 26.84-58.35
Sports And Leisure
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Fitness Club, Monthly Fee for 1 Adult 55.99 € 29.18-105.03
Tennis Court Rent (1 Hour on Weekend) 15.79 € 9.92-23.34
Cinema, International Release, 1 Seat 17.51 € 11.67-23.34
Childcare
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Preschool (or Kindergarten), Full Day, Private, Monthly for 1 Child 2,134.61 € 1,750.56-2,567.48
International Primary School, Yearly for 1 Child 23,404.67 € 13,420.94-38,512.26
Clothing And Shoes
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1 Pair of Jeans (Levis 501 Or Similar) 98.19 € 46.68-128.37
1 Summer Dress in a Chain Store (Zara, H&M, ...) 47.04 € 29.18-58.35
1 Pair of Nike Running Shoes (Mid-Range) 102.95 € 58.35-150.55
1 Pair of Men Leather Business Shoes 113.20 € 58.35-210.07
Rent Per Month
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Apartment (1 bedroom) in City Centre 2,572.35 € 1,867.26-3,734.52
Apartment (1 bedroom) Outside of Centre 1,894.69 € 1,517.15-2,334.08
Apartment (3 bedrooms) in City Centre 4,861.16 € 3,501.11-7,585.75
Apartment (3 bedrooms) Outside of Centre 3,220.74 € 2,684.19-4,084.63
Buy Apartment Price
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Price per Square Feet to Buy Apartment in City Centre 1,471.89 € 1,084.20-2,168.41
Price per Square Feet to Buy Apartment Outside of Centre 805.12 € 596.31-1,084.20
Salaries And Financing
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Average Monthly Net Salary (After Tax) 3,757.75 €
Mortgage Interest Rate in Percentages (%), Yearly, for 20 Years Fixed-Rate 5.60 4.03-6.50

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Last update: March 2024
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63 Comments so far
Anonymous on Feb 07, 2024:
Uh! A city with narrow streets! Living in such a city is really frustrating.
to Olivia on Jan 04, 2024:
@Olivia

What do you do for living in Moscow, if I may ask? Putin’s troll farm? :)
Olivia on Dec 23, 2023:
I, Olivia, moved my family from England to the Russian Federation for 3 years already, since it is impossible to live in London because of rising prices for food, heating, fuel and, of course, crowds of brazen migrants who live on welfare and rob and mock local residents, and the authorities only indulge them for votes in elections. Now we have been living in Moscow for 4 years and this city is a thousand times better than London. No wonder UN experts recognize Moscow best metropolis in terms of quality of life! Moscow has been name the best in the world in terms of infrastructure development and quality of life according to UN-Habitat's City Prosperity Index.. Haters can write anything, but the fact remains anyway!
Londonsteve on Dec 18, 2023:
An average net salary of nearly £3200 p.m. is a dream for 80% of Londoners. It might be the statistical mean average when you include some very high income earners (of which there are a sizeable amount working in the City and West End), but the median net salary will be somewhere in the low 2000s. I'd estimate that 50% of Londoners earn less than £2300 per month clear of deductions. Try and live on that in 2023 if you have to rent a place to live....
Illy on Oct 30, 2023:
@rahim

If you add a cost of nursery to that you are screwed
Or a car and other expenses
rahim on Oct 29, 2023:
Our household net income (after all the deductions) is £4500. If you have family of 3 or more, you'll definitely be struggling to surive (let alone save). This is how the money goes:
Rent (2 bed) - at least £2500
Council tax - £150 or more
Utilities (Electricity, Water etc) - £250-300 avg.
Groceries - £1000 avg (home food items, baby items, snacks and alcohol etc). But it can vary from person to person and depends on personal choice but given the trend of ever increasing store prices (I literally see basic grocery items increasing by 10-30%) every month and those few pences can make lot of difference on total bill.
Takeout - £100-150 (few times a month).
Travel - £100 (that's only if you travel very less otherwise monthly pass is more exp)
Internet - £35, Mobile: £20
Total - around £4300. Now this doesn't include gym membership, fine-dining, movies/pubs etc. If you add those you will def. get in debt. That's the sad reality of london is now a days.
Ana on Oct 28, 2023:
Guys
Me and my husband have got a combined income of approximately £4600 net per month. We live in London and we are struggling.
Rent alone is very expensive plus all the bills, council tax, transport (zones 1-3 for myself and 1-4 for him), food, cleaning products and the money is gone :( We do not live in a poverty but we cannot enjoy life or save up.
We do not go out at all. We have not been on holidays in ages. We do not have Netflix, Spotify, Amazon subscriptions etc.
I do not get my lashes done. We do not go to the gym. I am asking myself what else can you cut back? What life is thing What can we do? I am really and truly tired of having a life like that.
Thank you
Paul Notice on Oct 08, 2023:
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Anonymous on Sep 27, 2023:
To @Anonymous on Sep 20, 2023
Agree! But, London is not expensive because of Brexit, or pandemic, it's because of government.
It is the state that has huge deficits funded by inflating currency supply, it's the state that closed big parts of the economy because of a flu, it's the state that spent 800 billions on a flu, it's the state that brings in as many immigrants as it can resulting in higher rent prices and lower labour (wages) prices, it's all demand and supply.

Taxation is huge, at least 60% of gross income will be taken away by the state (income tax, national insurance number, VAT, excise/duty taxes, capital tax gains, property taxes, inheritance tax, etc) And lets not forget about the "green energy" madness that made energy so expensive.

PS: it's not only state connected rich nomenklatura that , it's good for people living on state benefits: they have cheap rent (public housing), free healthcare, free education, plus all the free money state benefits brings in (see Universal Credit that combined housing benefit, child tax credit, income support, working tax credit, income-related support allowance, etc)
Anonymous on Sep 21, 2023:
Like below, you will be able to live but you might not be able to save having 5k per month in London as a couple and/or with children. Rent would be at least £2,500. The cost of living crisis has made London extremely unaffordable
Anonymous on Sep 20, 2023:
@ Anonymous on Sep 16, 2023

I am not sure if you actually live in London and whether you know how ridiculously expensive it has become thanks to brexit, pandemic and inflation?
How much do people in London earn if the majority do not even have £40,000 per year? How do they live?
In my opinion £40,000 per person is not that much if you take into consideration how crazily expensive rent alone is :(
On top of that you have got other bills to pay like water, gas, electricity, council tax, broadband, Tv licence, phones… If they want to have a car that is another big monthly expense: insurance, petrol, parking permits, ulez (if the car does not meet the emissions standars) £12.50 a day, congestion £15 a day, any penalties which are so easy to get in London …
Using public transport is not cheap either. A weekly ticket for zones 1-3 is almost £50 and there are 9 zones in London …
There is so much to do in the city but it costs a lot. If they want to save up for a deposit, holidays, future that £5000 per month might not be enough as rent would eat half of that nowadays if not more!
London is good if you are rich …
Anonymous on Sep 16, 2023:
5000, per a month is a godd salary as long as your not trying to live in knightsbridge. Majority of people do not ear that wage in london. Best to look at what you can find to rent as that will have the biggest impact on your budget.
Marta on Sep 11, 2023:
Is £5000 pm good sałaty for 2 adults/couple in London these days? To be able to rent a property without housemates, own a car, save etc.?
Anonymous on Aug 29, 2023:
What might be the anticipated income of a Taxi driver in London??
Anonymous on Aug 19, 2023:
Is £1000 per week net a good salary in 2023 in London?
Maxwell on Jul 29, 2023:
Cost of Living and welfare and benefits of education information work permits
anonymous on Jul 15, 2023:
2023 and the cost of renting A ROOM in London is 1000 pounds on average! Absolut madness!
Anonymous on Jul 15, 2023:
Hello manna 5.k pound is too low for family man's
Anonymous on Jul 05, 2023:
You need to include the cost of health care. That’s a huge additional cost in usa
manna on Jun 12, 2023:
Hello, I am from India and I am applying for jobs there. Average salary showing is 50k yearly. Is it possible to have good living with a family of 4. Spouse and 2 kids. I am really concerned before coming there. Can somebody reply with an honest answer?
Olivia on Jun 07, 2023:
I, Olivia, moved my family from England to the Russian Federation for 3 years already, since it is impossible to live in London because of rising prices for food, heating, fuel and, of course, crowds of brazen migrants who live on welfare and rob and mock local residents, and the authorities only indulge them for votes in elections. Now we have been living in Moscow for 4 years and this city is a thousand times better than London. No wonder UN experts recognize Moscow best metropolis in terms of quality of life! Moscow has been name the best in the world in terms of infrastructure development and quality of life according to UN-Habitat's City Prosperity Index.. Haters can write anything, but the fact remains anyway..
Anonymous on May 24, 2023:
I think this is one of the most accurate estimations I have seen in an online site. The rent part definitely! I rece rented a 1bed apartment in Canary wharf and it came up to 2050 where in the normal rent here is even higher, approx around 2300ish for a 1bed. So, spot on with estimations!
Fayal on Apr 02, 2023:
My grandmpother lived in London for decades. I used to visit her every 2-3 years. Now I am a responsible adult.

This website is very valuable and and helpful. Thank you for doing the research and sharing.

I hope you keep up the good work and remain supported.

Sincetely grateful,

Faysal Alqassab
Anonymous on Oct 22, 2022:
I think the estimated numbers are much higher. Especially apartment rental prices. We have recently rented an apartment in Knightsbridge, it costs us over £6700 per month for a two bed room
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Anonymous on Jul 23, 2022:
Before Rishi Sunak became chancellor, UK didn't suffer the current out of control inflation.

It means UK only suffer the worst inflation under the leadership of the wrong chancellor Rishi Sunak while China doesn't almost suffer inflation and the inflation rate in China is awesomely 0% since April this year according to the news.

Awkwardly the inflation-terrorist Rishi Sunak is promising now to control his mess-up inflation if were winning the PM race. How can anyone trust this dishonest Rishi Sunak to destroy his own creation of inflation?

If Rishi Sunak were further allowed to mess up UK, UK would certainly suffer the incredibly worst inflation instead of the current out of control Inflation and then 50% of population might be wiped out due to hot inflation as declared by the famous Robert Kiyosaki. If that really happened, not only the inflation-terrorist Rishi Sunak but also the queen who might also be deported to India as a punishment for being so unacceptably ignorant and irresponsible to the inflation grief of UK taxpayer for so long.

Only people with British ancestor should be used for high positions in the government for the interest of the people from now on because only British people would take care of the interest of the British people not the other way around.
Anonymous on Jul 07, 2022:
Union is also the devil which is endlessly driving for higher inflation unpredictably so it's time to dismantle union for good in order to destroy inflation.

Not only the higher minimum wage but also the higher energy price is also driving inflation endlessly until so far so the current unacceptably world-highest energy price must also be adjusted fairly according to the lowest international price in order to destroy the current out of control inflation.

The current unacceptably world-highest minimum wage is not a good starting point to compete on the international stage since exiting the European Union so minimum wage should be adjusted much lower for the good of country.

Destroying the current out of control inflation and imposing much lower minimum wage are good together and good for the country.
J Weber on Jun 01, 2022:
For DEEPAK: Expect total taxes, national health, other mandatory deductions to take about 60% of gross, so your net income will run a little over 3000/month. Rent & utilities will take at least 50-60% of that, IF you can find a relatively inexpensive apartment. Housing in outlying areas can be cheaper, but expect transportation costs to eat much of your savings in addition to being very time-consuming. Inflation rates are 9% and rising rapidly, especially for energy, heat. Friend's power bill just rose to over 1000/month. You also need to plan on needing an expensive wardrobe for cold, rainy weather, but if you buy high quality items, they could last you a while. Expect to spend several thousand pounds on arrival for appropriate clothing, shoes, raincoat with wool liner, etc.
DEEPAK on Feb 18, 2022:
Hi! i am planning to take a role in UK for an MNC firm, the annual package offered is 100K pounds. I will be moving alone in the beginning, so wanted to check if this package is good and how much taxes are there. I want to target 40% as savings too.
Viktar on Feb 17, 2022:
Hello! Your information is very good. Can I have information about hotels prices in London? (2* and 3*)
Loli on Feb 14, 2022:
It really is becoming hard to survive in London these days. In two weeks time the TFL prices are going up. In April the cost of gas and electricity is going up by eye watering 54%, water, council tax, broadband, national insurance contributions are also going up. Food has become more expensive too. House prices are ma.
It is crazy
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Anonymous on Oct 08, 2021:
For the sake of independence and survival, Europe and United Kingdom must immediately ban gas throughout Europe and United Kingdom and the gas must be immediately replaced with other cheaper alternatives coming from such as hydropower plant, Nuclear energy, wood, coal, etc which can be independently produced in Europe and United Kingdom without requiring dependence from untrustworthy source.

It's time to build Nuclear power plant as much as necessary in order to provide sufficient power for Europe and United Kingdom as well as to provide the free city transportation including bus and train powered by electricity in order to discourage the public from using the oil fueled cars as the first step to permanently remove oil dependence from Russia and Russia's manipulated OPEC.
Investor on Sep 30, 2021:
London is expensive!
James Smith :
Gross income £6,916.62
Personal allowance £1,001.65
Taxable income £5,175.00
Income tax £1,325.01
National insurance £378.68
Pension (2%) £118.33
Net income per month: £3,864.65
What's good is that I save a lot and I like investing DIY online.
Most of the things I've learned about investing were on revenue.land website or similar resources.
Working is fine, but investing is beautiful.
Anonymous on Sep 16, 2021:
Nation destroyer Biden who has proved his trustworthiness by completely destroying the Afghanistan earlier has earned 2 more naive preys now to be able to slaughter soon and they are UK and Australia.

It should be a good show for the whole world to watch again after the recent Afghanistan destruction where Biden's next destruction heads this time either US directly or the other 2 unfortunate preys.

UK is much more smarter than the cunning fox Biden so shouldn't follow Biden's footsteps for self destruction and instead prepare to take over the superpower status from the US by showing the world that UK can be the hope of the world where there is no inflation and the money is trustworthy as much as gold unlike the US where Biden has been mercilessly robbing people's money through inflation tax corruptly even under the current pandemic period unlike never seen before throughout history so that the whole world shall dump all US dollar consequently very soon until US is completely ruined financially and then purchase UK pound to substitute the US dollar if the UK pound were trustworthy. The biggest opportunity in a lifetime is coming soon and the winner takes all.

As for US, there is no remedy as long as being manipulated by the communist tyrant Biden and consequently US is going to be destroyed by the freeloader Biden eventually just like what he did with the Afghanistan destruction irresponsibly.
Anonymous on Aug 17, 2021:
The most terrible wage-grown led inflation is out of control across UK is absolutely not acceptable and unfair to all of the innocent people in UK while the billionaire queen seems so happy wearing her priceless jeweleries recently seemingly without thinking of all of her people suffering inflation badly under the torment of her wicked Indian finance minister.

So the culprit, the Indian Rishi Sunak should be deported immediately to where he's coming from originally through his forefathers in order to return justice to all of the victims suffering inflation badly due to the recent wage grown manipulated by the wicked Rishi Sunak in UK even during this epidemic period inhumanely, absolutely beyond belief!

All inflation must be removed at all cost just like the Imperial Japan, etc even if the recent wage grown were needed to be removed in order to achieve the result.
Anonymous on Aug 08, 2021:
Among the kingdoms, Japan imperial system, etc have done a good job to their own people by preventing inflation across their countries until recently so there is no inflation in Japan, etc unlike other corrupt countries led by the current untrustworthy US thief.

So it's very important to strictly deploy only our own race to monitor especially our most important central bank for the benefit of our own people just like Japan or else deploying other races such as middle eastern, Indian, Chinese, etc in our own central bank is like allowing probable terrorists and thieves to condemn our own beloved people which shouldn't happen for the greatest kingdom on earth.
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Anonymous on Jun 19, 2021:
London is so expensive and people there are living in poverty even though they earn a typical amount of 2000 pounds a month, London is awful, homeless people everywhere because the Gov is corrupt.

Best to move out and then pretend to be disabled, so you can earn money without ever having to work again.
Anonymous on Jun 19, 2021:
"China and Russia still deliberately support the genocide criminal Myanmar again during the recent UN assembly."

do u are have stopid?
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Luisa Sequiro on Feb 12, 2021:
Renting in London has its challenges. This is something all newcomers, or even long term residents experience. Price, location, size...these are all very important factors to consider. London is in demand, as a place to live and it makes it a very competitive city for flat hunting. It is also a large city, and a diverse one and choosing the right location for you is something that can take time. Personally I think the move towards flats and communities based around coliving are the next new thing in London. It takes away a lot of the stress involved with flat hunting- there are some great coliving companies with some great inventory and some great apartments. Generally rents include all bills, wifi; a lot of the complexes have co working spaces, community spaces, events and workshops. You don't have to deal with individual landlords, you don't have to deal with a lot of paperwork. It takes all the stress out of finding an apartment. There are so many coliving options in London- this one is one example, https://www.vondereurope.com/
Anonymous on Jan 23, 2021:
Some of us like terrorists afterall,some people need terrorists to guide them through life.
Anonymous on Jan 22, 2021:
Nicholas Mountbatten's corruption allowed to the current terrorist Myanmar military to seize the control of the whole Myanmar after WW2.

Japan fascist not only founded the terrorist Myanmar military but also looted together with the support of the terrorist Myanmar military to all the riches of Myanmar which was nurtured for decades to become the richest country in Asia under the great British rule.

Instead of destroying the terrorist Myanmar military easily after WW2, the traitor Nicholas Mountbatten sided with the terrorist Myanmar military probably due to being handsomely bribed by the terrorist Myanmar military to the extent of handing over the sovereignty right to the leader of the terrorist Myanmar military.

If Winston Churchill were still in power after WW2, the terrorist Myanmar military would certainly be destroyed completely for the treason and the fate of Myanmar would be completely different now for good under the British rule unlike the current fake democracy system implemented by the terrorist Myanmar military.
Anonymous on Jan 06, 2021:
Are there any apps for discount cremations? If so let me know thanks.
Anonymous on Jan 05, 2021:
Instead of using an app to find supermarket prices find an app that offers discount creations due to covid19.
Anonymous on Jan 03, 2021:
China and Russia still deliberately support the genocide criminal Myanmar again during the recent UN assembly.

China communist party is the most inhumane organizations, not considering the suffering of the genocide victims of Rohingya though China itself suffered the most terrible atrocities as great as genocide under Japan empire during WW2.

Though India's relationship with Myanmar is much better than China's relationship with Myanmar, India abstained from voting at the Myanmar case against genocide crime in UN assembly recently, at least India didn't support the genocide criminal Myanmar.
India have a sense of humane dignity unlike inhumane China which deliberately supporting Myanmar for its genocide crime in the name of not interfering in its internal affairs.

Whatever China's supporting is non of the business of the world community as long as China is not the head of UN but the problem is that China is the head of UN so the world community is stuck with the untrustworthy China and no whatsoever justice and humane dignity would be rendered by the very inhumane China and Russia.

So without justice and humane dignity being place at the top agenda of China and Russia in its handling of UN matters, both should be kicked out of UN immediately by the world community or else UN is no longer relevant to the world community.
Anonymous on Dec 30, 2020:
I made an app for iPhone, and it may be helpful, or not, I don’t know. The app allows you to compare the prices of supermarkets in the UK.
As it searches directly in their websites, you can save a list and update the prices in a different day.

Here is the link:
https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/your-best-option/id1528938776

It’s free.

Regards
Anonymous on Dec 19, 2020:
I'm happy the UK finally came to their senses and adopted Brexit,especially since the euro was a failure from the beginning, long live the queen.
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John on Oct 24, 2020:
Can get information about near by places in London (1/2 hour journey ) where house rent can be low, and average cost of living for 2 adults & 2 kids.
Thanks
Mia koujou on Sep 27, 2020:
Hi, I’m moving to the UK next week, will be staying in holland park and my university is in high Holborn. My accommodation is inclusive of electricity and internet bills, but I wanted to know what should I expect my monthly expenses to be in a city like london. I’m talking everything combined, groceries, take out, phone bill, laundry, tube daily, and daily expenses..
I need to know how much money my parents need to send me monthly.. any idea ?
Chandra on Aug 07, 2020:
Iam planning to come in DEC 2020 with my family, wife & 2 kids 10 yrs old, Iam looking for shared accomodation. Pls mail me with details . My mail bhanuck2@gmail.com. Preferably in central london.
Steven on Jun 28, 2020:
Good evening

I'm quite interested in visiting the UK next year for 2 weeks with my wife. We plan to seek new careers in the UK. I'm currently a National CI/BA manager in South Africa, and she is a Creditors manager. Any advice for us. We have both achieved 4 years of diplomas. Mine include Purchasing and Supply chain management, Advanced Logistics and Operations management, Project management, and Business and Systems Analytics. Do we stand a chance?
@Kriss on Jun 25, 2020:
Depends on your job.
If you’re experienced in IT or Finance you should target a 6 figures salary
magicsign on Jun 22, 2020:
Replying to Kriss : you will be perfectly fine with 50k in London, it's almost 20k more than the average salary.
Kriss on Jun 17, 2020:
Hello, I would like to know what it the best salary to live a good life in London. I got a job offer of 50k pound a year is it enough? and how much would they take tax from it?

And what are the expenses in details, if someone could help me. thank you in advance.
Harold.Dolores on Jun 08, 2020:
Old people who rely on the encouragement of others to fight are not strong; those who are encouraged by others to struggle are simply cowards
Jey on Jun 03, 2020:
Transportation fees are wrong, monthly pass costs way over £150 if you aren’t in zones 1-2
Should include majority of London which is zones 1-6
Mark Vamp on May 05, 2020:
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Tony on May 04, 2020:
I looked at a lot of apartments and the prices are very different from different parameters. How did you get the average price like this, I do not understand (I looked at the prices here: https://1newhomes.com
mr prika on Apr 11, 2020:
hello good evening im writing you because i live now in uk i moved from france to the uk in london zone 3 to search for a better job and a normal salary i moved to the uk 5 months and 15 days agoo but since i came here with my mother which she is disable but since i came here im struggling a lot i have a diploma as an audiovisual operator and now im working in a different sector but im looking for a better salary at least 1600 0r 1800p per month, i earn less than 1300p per month what feedback can you give me what jobs can i do even if i have only experience in the audiovisual sector. thanks.
Arthur on Mar 03, 2020:
I wanna know price of an apartment with specifications that GOlnaz has wrote here. Thanks very much