St Katharine’s Dock move for UHY Hacker Young

St Katharine's Dock move for UHY Hacker Young

Firm relocates from Moorgate to more modern premises to support growth

UHY Hacker Young is relocating to new offices at St Katharine’s Dock from St
Alphage House in Moorgate.

The firm has been in Moorgate since the 1960s, but is now set to pass on the
property to JP Morgan as the area is becoming prime territory for investment
banks.

Ladislav Hornan, UHY Hacker Young managing partner, said the new premises
would offer ‘a much more contemporary working environment and enjoyable views
over Tower Bridge in this great location’.

Several other accounting firms have recently launched relocation plans. BDO
Stoy Hayward is moving into new offices on Baker Street and Mazars has new
office space on Tower Bridge.

PricewaterhouseCoopers, meanwhile, is planning to locate 6000 staff into new
office space in the More London development by 2010.

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