The Heathrow office of top 20 chartered accountants and business advisers Kingston Smith has moved to a new office at The Old Vinyl Factory in Hayes.
The Old Vinyl Factory is close to Heathrow, and was once the European headquarters and main factory of EMI/HMV. The site is undergoing redevelopment and includes the new Central Research Laboratory run jointly with Brunel University London providing start-ups with cutting edge facilities and expert support.
Kingston Smith’s new office will be located one floor above the CRL. The firm say the move is significant, as though they have been based in Hayes for over 40 years, the new larger office offers growth potential for the expanding team, which has seen the appointment of a new partner, Mahmood Ramji, earlier this year.
Maureen Penfold, Managing Partner at Kingston Smith, said: “We are really excited about this move, which keeps us at the heart of our West London and Thames Valley market. As innovative advisers to entrepreneurial businesses, it is very fitting for us to be in an office surrounded by dynamic entrepreneurs at the forefront of their field, in a building that has always been known for innovation. We are also delighted that our new facilities will offer a greatly improved experience for all our people; a hub including a dedicated client working space complete with Wi-Fi and refreshment facilities for all Kingston Smith clients and contacts.”