5th June 2018
Gloucester accountants relocate to Meteor Court, Barnwood
Gloucester accountancy firm Pitt Godden and Taylor has recently relocated to Meteor Court in Barnwood, the well-established business location on the edge of Gloucester, to facilitate future growth.
The business advisory firm, which was established in 1988, previously operated from Brunel House in Gloucester city centre. It has now acquired the long leasehold interest in Unit 3 Ambrose House from Castle Mound Estates.
The 3,000 sq ft new property provides the practice with larger and more prestigious headquarters accommodation and the convenience of an out of town location with its generous parking and easy access to the regional road network.
John Hawkins, associate at Alder King, said: “The arrival of PGT at Ambrose House further cements Meteor Court’s appeal as a strong commercial location.”
Property consultancy Alder King acted for Castle Mound Estates and Kurt Wyman represented PGT.