What you need to know about the move of a gingerbread home

What you’ll need to get moving on a gingerbrick house.

1.

The house The move will take place on January 20, 2019, but you will be allowed to stay at the property for the time you need.

You must bring your own bedding, bed sheets, clothes, furniture and a kitchen sink and dishwasher.

2.

How much will it cost?

The move costs £2,000 per month.

You can pay it off in instalments of £1,000.

3.

When will the move start?

The house will be moved from the garden of the house in Newbury to a site on the outskirts of Manchester, at the end of February 2019.

The move starts on January 21, 2019 and you’ll be allowed back to live in the house during the relocation.

4.

What is the timeline?

The home will be in the care of the family and will be available for the first 12 months after the move.

The home has been in the family since the 1980s and there are now six adults and four children.

5.

What can I expect?

The moving company will organise a short introduction to the new place before the move, which is usually between 1.30am and 3.30pm.

There will also be a ‘live on camera’ tour to give a more intimate look at the new house and the family living there.

You’ll need a laptop, phone and camera to film the move and the first six months after your move.

6.

How long will it take to get used to the change?

After the relocation, you will have to get back to the house at least twice a week, but there is no minimum.

There’s no set time period for when you should be moving, but the average period is 12 weeks.

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What happens when I am done moving?

You’ll be able to return to your home, as you did when you moved it in.

There is no time limit on how long you can live in a gingerhouse, but it will be up to you how long your stay should be.

If you decide to move again, you may want to change the time of day.

It’s also important to get the house cleaned regularly, but that’s up to the company.

8.

What if I am sick?

You must make a personal visit to the property each time you are sick.

There are no restrictions on who can visit the property or how long.

The company will assess whether you need a leave to live, which could mean you can return home for a few weeks.

If there’s any doubt, you can ask the company if you’re allowed to return home.

9.

What else can I do?

You can: change the wallpaper on the living room, dining room, kitchen, bathrooms, kitchenette and other parts of the home;