The presence of New Zealanders closely mirrors that of Australians with clusters in the capital. Also, many of them are temporary residents whose right to be in the UK is related to Commonwealth ties.
Many New Zealanders in Britain are young people who come after studies, some of them staying permanently. New Zealanders and Australians benefit from more relaxed visa rules than other Commonwealth nations.
Many come to work in Britain's public services – especially teaching and the NHS.
This has caused some consternation back home with the government there concerned about a "brain-drain".