|1 - Family and Friends||9 - Financial Providers|
|2 - HM Revenue and Customs||10 - Television, Internet and Phone|
|3 - Department for Work and Pensions||11 - Post Office|
|4 - Local Council||12 - Your Employer|
|5 - DVLA||13 - Financial Help with Moving|
|6 - Electoral Register||14 - Schools|
|7 - Land Registry||15 - Students|
|8 - Health Services||16 - Utility Providers|
1 - Make playful, generic cards to send to family and friends to keep them updated!
2 - HM Revenue and Customs will ensure they update your tax codes and any benefits
you currently receive.
3 - The DWP also manage some benefits and also pensions so keep them updated to
ensure you get the right payments.
4 - The Local Council will update your council tax and any services you recieve from them.
5 - You car will need to be registered with the DVLA at your new address. As will car
insurance and breakdown cover.
6 - If you do not put yourself on the electoral register at your current address you cannot
7 - If you are buying the property to rent out, you will need to inform the Land Registry.
8 - Unregister from current doctors and dentists etc and register with new ones in your
9 - Make sure bills and bank statements come to the new address.
10 - Sort out utilities to be ready at your new address.
11 - Arrange for post to be forwarded for a small fee.
12 - Update your payslip and income tax with your employer.
13 - Check if you are eligible for any schemes to help pay moving costs.
14 - Update school registers, unregister if you are leaving the area and register at a new
15 - Students will need to inform the loans compay of the move
16 - Gas, water and electricity is essential so make sure it is ready and you will not be
charged at the old home.