Horwath Clark Whitehill’s Walsall and Kidderminster offices have developed following the decision some 10 years ago to withdraw from a central Birmingham location. As stated in your article both Walsall and Kidderminster offices have been highly successful and have achieved significant growth rates.
There are categorically no plans to withdraw from either of these locations or to open an office in central Birmingham. Furthermore there have not been any discussions about doing so.
We constantly review all parts of our business with the aim of ensuring that they all achieve their full potential. No specific review of our national office structure has been taking place over the last six months.
David Furst is chief executive of Horwath Clark Whitehill.
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