Accounting Firms

360 Chartered Accountants expands head office

360 Chartered Accountants has announced it has expanded its head office, as well as completing a renovation project on the Grade II-listed building.

Following recent growth, the group has launched four sister businesses in 5Four Payroll, 360 Mentor, 360 Finance Talent and 360 Wealth Management. Four years ago the company bought the Georgian townhouse located next to its head office at 19 Albion Street, having now acquired and renovated number 18.

Andy Steele, MD and founder of the firm, said: “With an ever-increasing client base and our increased workforce, the need to expand was paramount. We were thrilled when the premises next door went up for sale at just the right moment. Over the last few months we have knocked through to form a new and improved space.

“While the outside has been sensitively restored, inside we have continued the modern, contemporary style throughout which is, of course, fitted out with the latest technology, including KC Lightstream. In addition, we now have more meeting rooms, an area for client seminars and staff training, more office space for the team and more car parking.

“It was always my vision to have a 21st century firm of accountants based in the heart of the city centre that embraced modern technologies and working practices. I’m delighted to say it’s all going according to the masterplan. We started with just 3 members of staff. Now we have over 30, with plans to recruit more in the coming months. Our newly expanded offices couldn’t have come at a better time for us and our clients.”

He added: “As proud ambassadors of Hull and the Humber we like to keep money in the local economy, and we look forward to doing this for many years to come. Flex and PCSC have done a fantastic job and we’d like to thank them for their hard work.”

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