ARP | The Association for Relocation Professionals

The ARP are committed to being THE voice for the UK relocation industry for the benefit of all our Members.

We are the professional body for experts in UK relocation.  For over 30 years we have been championing higher standards within our industry as well as representing our members in an ever changing sector, seeking to promote excellence, communicate changes and lobby the Government and other authorities for betterment in terms of current and future legislation.

Recent Articles

LOBBYING FOR RELOCATION RECOGNITION. DOES IT MATTER?

Industry awareness to the highest levels in UK Government is not only beneficial to those working within this this amazing industry, but...

Parliament forms All Party Group to support Relocation Sector

The Association of Relocation Professionals (ARP) and British Parliamentarians launch All Party Parliamentary Group on Relocation in...

Chairmans Blog

ARP Chairman's Blog

New for June from our Chairman, Simon Johnston -  Relocating in 2021?

Read on for an essential moving overseas 2021 checklist which should help you to prepare for your relocation.

Lobbying

How to support the ARP Lobbying Project

This project could change the face of relocation in the UK, but we need support from all those affected both members of the association and from those involved in other sectors from Estate Agents to employers relocating individuals into and around the UK.

MIC

MIM Training - Mobility Industry in Context

Mobility Industry in Context

This module looks at how our industry is structured and the logistics of delivering mobility services and is the perfect addition to any onboarding programmes and for anyone new to the industry.

Use the website

How to use the ARP Website

For more information on how to update your profile, book events or add an article.

Guide to Legal

ARP Guide to Legal Compliance

  • Gordon Kerr, ARP's Strategic Consultant for Legal Services, has written a comprehensive guide for ARP Members to stay compliant with the law when operating.

This guide is free for all ARP Members.

Guide to the UK

ARP Guide to the UK

Chapter One of the Guide to the UK is all about British History