PracticeConsultingICAS office move delayed

ICAS office move delayed

The Scots institute's first office move in 125 years to its new hi-tech premises has been delayed by over a month due to ongoing building work.

The institute planned to move at the end of August to its new Haymarket offices, but the building will not be ready before late September. The institute said it now intends to move during the first two weeks of October.

‘Within that timescale, a significant amount of snagging work will be carried out by the contractor and cabling will be completed and tested to provide all staff with telephone and IT links,’ according to the institute’s website update.

The institute is still contactable via its old address and telephone numbers. To mark the move from its Queen Street, the institute will celebrated its imminent move by burying a time capsule in the grounds of the new premises.

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