Acorn signs up to offer clients popular home set-up service

first_imgAcorn, one of the London’s largest multi-brand estate agency groups, has signed up with home set-up service Just Move In.The 38-branch estate agency group, which includes Acorn, Langford & Russell and John Payne, says its partnering with the service to help upgrade its clients’ customer service experience.Just Move In will now help its clients notify both councils and water, sewerage and energy companies of their moves, as well as making recommendations on broadband, media, insurance, removals, storage, cleaning and other home-related services.Paul Deveney (pictured), a main board director at Acorn, says: “We’re very pleased to be partnering with Just Move In – their approach to customer experience aligns with our own and we know our clients will appreciate the level of service they’ll be given as they move in and out of our properties.”Ross Nichols (pictured), co-founder of Just Move In, says: “Acorn is one of the leading agencies in London, so it’s a privilege to be working with their team.“We’ve seen a large increase in the number of people looking for home-setup services during the last year, which we expect to continue in 2021. “Moving home is stressful enough anyway but add to that a pandemic and a national lockdown and the levels of anxiety and lack of time are exacerbated.”Just Move In – which is a certified B Corporation green company – says it has an ambitious growth strategy this year including more agency tie-ups and the launch of a new product in the Spring.The Acorn Group Paul Deveney Langford & Russell John Payne Just Move In Ross Nichols February 17, 2021Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Agencies & People » Acorn signs up to offer clients popular home set-up service previous nextAgencies & PeopleAcorn signs up to offer clients popular home set-up serviceAcorn’s 38 branches and three brands will now offer their clients the Just Move In service.Nigel Lewis17th February 202101,733 Viewslast_img read more

Southcom keeps watch on Ebola situation

first_img“If it breaks out, it’s literally, ‘Katie bar the door,’ and there will be mass migration into the United States,” Kelly said. “They will run away from Ebola, or if they suspect they are infected, they will try to get to the United States for treatment.” WASHINGTON – The potential spread of Ebola into Central and Southern America is a real possibility, the commander of U.S. Southern Command told an audience at the National Defense University here yesterday. “By the end of the year, there’s supposed to be 1.4 million people infected with Ebola and 62 percent of them dying, according to the [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention],” Marine Corps Gen. John F. Kelly said. “That’s horrific. And there is no way we can keep Ebola [contained] in West Africa.” “The embassy person walked over and asked who they were and they told him they were from Liberia and they had been on the road about a week,” Kelly continued. “They met up with the network in Trinidad and now they were on their way to the United States — illegally, of course.” “By the end of the year, there’s supposed to be 1.4 million people infected with Ebola and 62 percent of them dying, according to the [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention],” Marine Corps Gen. John F. Kelly said. “That’s horrific. And there is no way we can keep Ebola [contained] in West Africa.” Kelly said his command is in close contact with U.S. Africa Command to see what works and what does not as it prepares for a possible outbreak in the area of operations. Also, transnational criminal networks smuggle people and those people can be carrying Ebola, the general said. Kelly spoke of visiting the border of Costa Rica and Nicaragua with U.S. embassy personnel. At that time, a group of men “were waiting in line to pass into Nicaragua and then on their way north,” he recalled. Also, transnational criminal networks smuggle people and those people can be carrying Ebola, the general said. Kelly spoke of visiting the border of Costa Rica and Nicaragua with U.S. embassy personnel. At that time, a group of men “were waiting in line to pass into Nicaragua and then on their way north,” he recalled. If it comes to the Western Hemisphere, many countries have little ability to deal with an outbreak of the disease, the general said. “If it breaks out, it’s literally, ‘Katie bar the door,’ and there will be mass migration into the United States,” Kelly said. “They will run away from Ebola, or if they suspect they are infected, they will try to get to the United States for treatment.” WASHINGTON – The potential spread of Ebola into Central and Southern America is a real possibility, the commander of U.S. Southern Command told an audience at the National Defense University here yesterday. This is a particularly possible scenario if the disease gets to Haiti or Central America, he said. If the disease gets to countries like Guatemala, Honduras or El Salvador, it will cause a panic and people will flee the region, the general said. “The embassy person walked over and asked who they were and they told him they were from Liberia and they had been on the road about a week,” Kelly continued. “They met up with the network in Trinidad and now they were on their way to the United States — illegally, of course.” Those men, he said, “could have made it to New York City and still be within the incubation period for Ebola.” “So, much like West Africa, it will rage for a period of time,” Kelly said. “So, much like West Africa, it will rage for a period of time,” Kelly said. By Dialogo October 17, 2014 If it comes to the Western Hemisphere, many countries have little ability to deal with an outbreak of the disease, the general said. Those men, he said, “could have made it to New York City and still be within the incubation period for Ebola.” Kelly said his command is in close contact with U.S. Africa Command to see what works and what does not as it prepares for a possible outbreak in the area of operations. This is a particularly possible scenario if the disease gets to Haiti or Central America, he said. If the disease gets to countries like Guatemala, Honduras or El Salvador, it will cause a panic and people will flee the region, the general said. last_img read more