London and South East-based firm, DMH Stallard, hopes to progress its ambitious growth plans by expanding its Gatwick operations.
The firm has bought Gainsborough House in Gatwick, which will provide 30,000 square feet of office space.
The purchase of the new site is part of the firm’s ongoing growth plans which it hopes will see an increase in turnover to £50m over the next three to five years.
Managing partner at DMH Stallard, Tim Aspinall, said: “We have had an office in Gatwick for some time and this expansion has been planned to enable us to progress further.”
Aspinall is positive about the affect this will have on the firm and highlighted the impact it will have to those based in the new premises.
He commented: “When you put a lot of people all together in one office, the energy levels are increased and the environment is naturally very productive. Clients will benefit because of this.”
Refurbishment is expected to be completed at the end of summer and the new office is scheduled to officially open at the end of 2007.