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Ancoats is resurgent as a business location. Credit: via Justin Strong Comms

Beever and Struthers ready for Ancoats move

The Manchester accountancy will relocate to the 11,000 sq ft second floor of the One Express building this month.

Designer Stephenson hamilton risley Studio has worked with the firm on its new space, along with project manager in4m Property Consultants and The Furniture Practice.

OBI and Daniel Harris & Co worked on the letting, which was announced in March. The landlord is PJD Group, which acquired the 29,000 sq ft building in 2017.

Beever and Struthers’ long-term headquarters will be recognisable to many, enjoying a prominent frontage at St George’s House on Chester Road between the city centre and Old Trafford.

Works to improve One Express in recent years have seen the addition of a gym and café, as the area has become a development hotspot for the city.

Beevers’ new open-plan space offers a diverse range of working areas, collaboration spaces and private booths, equating to 200 flexible working stations.

Maria Hallows, executive partner at Beever and Struthers, said: “Our people are our most valuable asset. The move will allow Beever and Struthers to maintain a local and accessible office for our valued clients, current and future staff and our network of professional contacts. 

“This fabulous new space is designed for effective teamwork, knowledge sharing, collaboration, and a more enjoyable working day in a thriving diverse neighbourhood. Who wouldn’t want that?”

Hallows continued: “Relocating allows us to continue to deliver the five-star service our clients have come to expect from Beever and Struthers, whilst providing a much-improved hybrid working environment for current and future staff.

“Having the team located on the same floor, something we did not have previously, was really important to us.  We look forward to welcoming clients and colleagues to our exciting new home.”

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Landlord PJD has invested in One Express since its acquisition. Credit: via Justin Strong Comms

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