BDO Bromley moves to Gatwick

by Penny Sukhraj

29 Jan 2007

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BDO Stoy Hayward is to relocate its Bromley office out of town to new premises at City Place, Gatwick.

The firm announced that it has taken the entire second floor at Gatwick's West Sussex office of 21,000 sq ft.

Sophie Hill, lead partner for the Southern Region at BDO Stoy Hayward said the team was excited at the prospect of the move:

'City Place is a stunning office complex and is ideally placed to help us strengthen existing and develop new client relationships and recruit some excellent people.

'We aim to grow our business and staff in the area and the Gatwick office is part of our strategy for growth. Gatwick is widely recognised in the corporate and financial community as a key commercial centre for the region and is well-placed to help us attract high calibre staff to support our ambitious growth plans. We’re all looking forward to moving into the new premises in the early spring.'

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