FRP makes a move to support future expansion
Monday December 10, 2018
Firm moves to new premises in Stockton-on-Tees
We have today announced our move to new premises in Stockton-on-Tees.
We have taken more than 2,000 sq ft at 34 Falcon Court, increasing floorspace by 30 per cent to facilitate further growth.
It follows a significant period of expansion for our firm in Teesside, which this year has seen the appointment of insolvency administrators Jonathan Dunn and Lianne Maidman and seen fee income increase by 25 per cent.
Our 10-strong team of insolvency and restructuring specialists will relocate on Friday 14th December.
David Willis, Partner at our office Teesside, said: “We have a proud history in Teesside and are committed to supporting firms across the Tees Valley. This move not only accommodates our growth over the past 12 months, it allows us to build solid foundations to support the future expansion of the team and better serve our growing client base across the region.”
34 Falcon Court is located on Preston Farm Business Park and has recently undergone a full re-fit. In addition to our new office space, we will also benefit from a communal break-out zone and informal meeting space.
Martyn Pullin, Partner at our office in Teesside, added: “With ambitious growth plans it was of paramount importance that we invested in the right space. Having been located on Preston Farm for the past 10 years, we’re confident the central location and excellent transport links of the business park provide just that.”
We have a proud history in Teesside and are committed to supporting firms across the Tees Valley.David Willis Restructuring Advisory