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KPMG to leave St Albans for Watford

KPMG lines up new office space in Watford

NEW OFFICE SPACE has been lined up for KPMG in Watford.

The firm is moving from its St Albans base, with more than 100 staff transferring across.

Currently 100 staff work in St Albans, and will transfer over to the new site next year. The new office will be rename the KPMG London North Office.

“KPMG is continuing to invest in Hertfordshire and will be relocating staff currently based in St Albans to our larger Watford premises in 2012,” said senior partner for Hertfordshire Mike Coughtrey.

“Our Watford office is a very modern working environment which has excellent infrastructure to London and the rest of the country and will allow us to expand the number of people and range of services that we have to offer our clients from Hertfordshire.”

KPMG’s St Albans office on Fishpool Street has been sold by its owners.

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