The group said it is moving to a new office in London to better suit a “more agile, collaborative, and flexible way of working”.
It will be moving from Chiswell Street, EC1 to 168 Shoreditch High Street, E1, creating a hub for its “people to work together, learn from each other and meet clients”.
It follows a similar move in Brighton in January 2021, when Kreston Reeves moved its Brighton office to the Plus X Innovation Hub – which is a co-working space.
Kreston Reeves employs over 500 people working across its eight offices in London, Kent and Sussex.
When Covid-19 restrictions end in the UK, Kreston Reeves said it will allow employees to “choose” where and how to work to best meet their clients, team and personal needs.
Nigel Fright, managing partner, Kreston Reeves said: “We have asked for and listened to feedback from our people over the past few months and we anticipate working about two days a week in the office with other time spent with clients and working remotely.
“We’re committed to our purpose in ‘guiding our clients, colleagues and communities to a brighter future’, and that requires flexibility and balance in where and how we work. Our people work hard to deliver the best possible client service so it’s important to create a working environment that meets their changing needs.”
Laurence Parry, partner and London office lead at Kreston Reeves, added: “We’re really excited to be moving to our new base in London that embodies our purpose and values. The office will be a place for collaboration, to share ideas, to meet clients, and for all our colleagues to grow and learn.
“Our people really do make Kreston Reeves and we trust them to decide where and how they can best serve their clients and work with their teams. We will see our colleagues across all our offices developing a working pattern that is a seamless blend of office and home working.”