is planning a move out of its two offices in Milton Keynes.
The institute is expected to move into a new building in the area. It owns
Gloucester House and has a leased property at Silbury Court, which runs out at
the end of the year.
‘Council has approved in principle to consolidate in Milton Keynes,’ said an
Sources close to the ICAEW described the offices as dilapidated and working
conditions unsuitable, suggesting its Gloucester House office would be ‘knocked
down’ when new owners were found.
The ICAEW would not comment on the financial effect of the proposed move.
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