Our Brighton office is relocating!

Posted on 17th July 2019 by Streets

Image to represent Our Brighton office is relocating!

As a progressive and developing firm of Chartered Accountants we recognise the importance of operating from offices that can fulfil the needs of our clients and our colleagues who look after you.   As such, we believe our office and its location should reflect the needs of the local and wider business community. A modern practice needs to be easily accessible to all and have the scope to accommodate the breadth of services you would expect from your accountants, auditors and tax advisers. 

We are pleased to advise you that our new office will be located at 15 - 19 Dyke Road in Brighton’s central business district, near to the Lanes and Churchill Square shopping Mall, with the Brighton Pavilion, railway station and sea front only a short walk away.

Our new office in Brighton & Hove along with our existing office in Covent Garden we believe place us in good stead to support the continued growth of our practice and those engaged in media and entertainment, technology, the creative industries and gaming as well as private clients and local businesses.

We look forward to welcoming you at our new office. In the meantime, if you have any other queries please do feel free to call in, phone or email.

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