Interdean Respond to New Figures about People Moving to Isle of Man

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The moving company, Interdean, have responded to a recent survey detailing British people who have moved to the Isle of Man.

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With its close proximity to the UK but independent government, the Isle of Man is a popular place for many to start a new life and work overseas without being too far from their friends and family back home.

People from the UK moving to the Isle of Man have said they feel richer and safer as a result, according to a recent survey of 1,089 by Lloyds TSB International Private Bank.

The survey questioned people from the UK who relocated from the UK to 13 different locations around the world.

93% of those coming to the Isle of Man felt they were safer there than the UK, while 88% said that lifestyle was better on the island than in the UK. 79% of people who moved abroad for work also said that they felt financially better for doing so.

A spokesperson from Interdean said:

“With its close proximity to the UK but independent government, the Isle of Man is a popular place for many to start a new life and move overseas without being too far from their friends and family back home. More and more people are now looking abroad for work as the UK job market becomes increasingly competitive and wages struggle to keep up with inflation.

“For those that do decide to move overseas for work, we’re able to ship items and excess baggage abroad to countries all over the world – aiming to make your move as simple as possible.”

Interdean have been helping people move throughout the world for over fifty years, offering a range of services including international moving assistance, excess baggage help, shipping, air freight and storage to worldwide destinations such as Australia, Hong Kong, Canada and Thailand. Interdean also offers further support such as visa assistance, banking, insurance and pet relocation as well as student focused packages. The competitively priced company also offer help for moves throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland.

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