Though I've never had anyone complain to my face about me being an immigrant, I have been involved in a couple of conversations where people complain about immigrants/immigration/foreigners in general.When I've pointed out to them that I'm also a foreigner, they generally say something along the lines of Still, in my experience, this is an extremely rare conversation to have and it's one that you could have anywhere.
There are far too many different things to compare.
However, if you're looking for a place to start, I've included a general description of the types of properties you'll find in a few postcodes to help you begin your search.
This brings me to the next section: Once you're in London, one of the first things you'll need to decide is where to live.
You can either try to rent a place before moving to London or try to find a place once your feet are on the ground.
Nevertheless, public attitudes towards immigrants/foreigners are on the whole vastly more positive in London.
This might have something to do with the fact that over 1/3rd of Londoners were born outside the UK.
This can be seen in the growing popularity of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) and fringe groups such as the English Defence League (EDL) and British National Party (BNP).
Even the ruling Conservative Party has pledged Thus, coming to work in the UK is likely to become even more difficult in the years to come.
The classic way to think about London is either North vs South or East vs West.
Generally speaking, West and North London are seen as more desirable areas than East or South London.
If you fail to get the correct paperwork, you are breaking the law and you should expect consequences if you're caught.