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We provide emotional & administrative support and physical help to enable your clients to move home, helping you to minimise your case workload.


How do we work?

  • Usually we start with an in depth discussion with the client, taking time to listen to their concerns and preferences. With the client's permission, you, another advocate or friend are very welcome to attend this meeting
  • After evaluating the client's needs we send a fixed price quotation. Prices typically range from several hundred to five thousand pounds
  • Once our quotation has been accepted we start work and will keep all requested parties informed of progress, according to the client's wishes
  • Typically we help clients with planning, searching, buying & selling homes and decluttering. We aim to save money and time by negotiating with third parties on the client's behalf. More information on the services click here


As specialists we help you solve complicated issues, minimising the case time for you.  One of the important factors is to know who you are recommending. We have DBS checked staff, active quality assurance through feedback forms and have won many awards. We have worked for many public sector organisations and professionals over the last ten years and would be delighted to put you in touch with them to confirm our excellent, transparent and documented service. We are happy to provide references. Pleasecontact us  to disucss your particular requirements.


Classic cases Seamless Relocation have successfully provided


Home from Hospital

Discharging patients in a timely and effective manner is crucial to many professionals. Recently Mr C was ready to leave hospital but had mobility issues which prevented him from getting upstairs to his bedroom at home, so couldn’t be discharged. We helped move furniture and arrange a bedroom for him downstairs as a temporary measure. We began the discussion about Mr C moving to a one level flat to live independently in the medium term, as the prognosis was that his mobility was not going to improve.


Moving from rehabilitation to residential care

Mrs G was living temporarily in a rehabilitation unit after a hospital stay. The Occupational Therapist and Mrs G agreed that she was too frail to return home and asked Seamless to help. After meeting Mrs G and her family, our quotation was accepted. We initially short-listed some temporary residential care for Mrs G to move to whilst we found something more permanent. Mrs G visited several of these with the OT and chose one to move to.

We arranged valuations of her home and after discussion with her, appointed an estate agent. We visited Mrs G at the residential home to sort out the change of address details, discuss which items she wanted from her home and assist with the documentation required by her solicitor. After liaising with her family we arranged for the auction house to sell items, for local charities to collect furniture (including her mobility scooter and stairlift), and finally clearance of remaining goods.

Mrs G said afterwards "Seamless Relocation took care of everything - nothing was too much trouble. They recognised that I have good and bad days so put everything in writing in case I forgot. They are worth every penny".


Helping a registered blind person organise the transition to a new home

Mr A moved permanently to a nursing home where social services discussed options with him and Seamless. Mr G decided to stop renting his sheltered accommodation and wanted us to sort everything out.

After taking a detailed brief from Mr A, we collected items from his old flat and transported them to the nursing home. We contacted his landlord, arranged clearance, wrote the necessary letters, including change of address details , sorted out financial forms and prepared direct debits so that Mr A was organised. The situation was complicated because Mr A was registered blind. We were extremely careful to ensure that we read all correspondence to him and checked that he understood what he was doing. Of course detailed records were kept to ensure transparency.