A FOURFOLD increase in the footprint of south-east firm Kreston Reeves has been secured.
The firm, ranked 29th in the Accountancy Age Top 50+50 supported by Wolters Kluwer, has relocated to the 2nd floor of Innovation House, still within Discovery Park in Sandwich.
The science and business park, formerly owned pharma-giant Pfizer, saw Kreston Reeves as one of its first tenants following its re-opening in 2012.
Kreston Reeves described the move as “at an exciting time of growth and development”. It creates space for the firm to offer wider services. It will operate within a 5,500sq ft area.
Scott Miles, Kreston Reeves partner and head of life sciences, said: “We are proud to have seized this opportunity to become an even bigger member of this business community and believe that our growing success is also a reflection of the innovative and entrepreneurial spirit of our Discovery Park client base.”
Nigel Fright, Kreston Reeves managing partner added: “Our increased occupancy in Discovery Park complements the firm’s wider growth strategy, and reinforces our commitment to support our clients in realising their personal financial aspirations and achieving their business goals.”
Picture l-r: Nigel Fright and Paul Barber
Richard Oddy, Casper Kaars Sijpesteijn and Rory Goldthorpe have been appointed to senior roles in key sectors of high growth, with a further 17 junior and experienced hires
Richard White, Nicola Westbrooke and Richard Ross all join from KPMG, where they oversaw the real estate tax practice
Sheryl Davis joins the firm's High Wycombe office from Barnes Roffe
The appointments have been made across the VAT, audit and international tax teams