Beever and Struthers has announced it will be relocating its Blackburn office to a new premises in Lancashire in the new year.
The move will reportedly allow the firm to maintain a local and “easily accessible” hub for its Lancashire clients, current and future staff and network of professional advisors.
It will move its office to The Beehive, an established business centre at the entrance to Shadsworth Business Park, located two miles from central Blackburn.
The firm’s relocation follows a “successful” period from its Lancashire base, where it has won new clients across the county including Tawd Valley Developments Limited, Romero Catholic Academy Trust, Raised Floor Solutions Limited, Farmhouse Biscuits Limited, Porter Lancastrian Limited and Tom Martin & Co Limited.
The firm’s head office is located in Manchester, but the business has operated from central Blackburn since 1880. It provides a full range of specialist and tailored services for clients including audit and assurance, corporate services, tax and services for small and medium-sized enterprises.
It also works internationally through its membership of HLB International, a network of independent professional accounting firms and business advisors in more than 158 countries.
Maria Hallows, executive partner of Beever and Struthers said: “We’re proud of our long-established links with Lancashire, and Blackburn in particular, and are determined to keep our work and team local to provide the best possible service for our clients.
“Our office space needs to suit the new ways we are all working, with increased flexibility and agility. We took the decision to leave our long-standing home for a new Lancashire hub at The Beehive.”
She added: “Relocating allows us to continue to deliver the five-star service our clients have come to expect from Beever and Struthers, whilst providing a much improved working environment for current and future staff. We will move in on 4th January and look forward to exciting times ahead welcoming clients and colleagues to our new home.”