Independent Welsh accountancy firm Bevan Buckland has confirmed its move to a new headquarters at Swansea Enterprise Park, Llansamlet.
Headed by the group’s six partners, the new office is expected to be formally opened on Wednesday 1 September.
Currently at Langdon House, Bevan Buckland’s new space will provide additional meeting areas and a “large, dynamic” open floor plan.
Alison Vickers, managing partner at the company, said that it was a “big decision” to move headquarters, but it acts as an “investment in Bevan Buckland’s future”.
She added: “There is a real feeling of excitement around the new office, and we hope our clients enjoy the facilities at Cardigan House as much as we do.
“Having the extra space allows clients to benefit from improved meeting rooms whilst our team are able to work safely within the office environment.”
The move follows Bevan Buckland reaching its 100-employee milestone as the group continues along “steady growth plans”.
Harri Lloyd Davies, partner at the firm, said: “It’s an exciting space that I think will help manifest our working culture, values and fit in well with the more modern ways of working currently being adopted.
“Being based in Llansamlet gives us good access to our clients in Swansea and across South Wales.”