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From left: Matthew Thompson, Rob Haynes, Joel Firth, Dominic Garrett

Firth moves into Lake District

Firth Architects has opened an office in Windermere as part of the firm’s plan to expand further into the Lake District.

The office on Low Cleabarrow Business Park is intended to help service an expanding client base in the area, and follows Firth Architects’ relocation to new offices at Jubilee House in Lytham in December.

Director Joel Firth will be based in Windermere full-time, while fellow Firth staff will split their time between the two offices.

Joel Firth, director of Firth Architects, said: “Our office in Windermere means we are physically closer to clients in Cumbria and North Lancashire. We are currently involved in a number of significant projects in the Lake District and this local presence will enhance our collaborative, hands-on approach.

“Along with our new premises at Jubilee House, this will help to deliver the extra capacity we need to accommodate a larger workforce as we look to recruit new team members and expand our geographical reach.”

Established in 2003, Firth Architects moved to Lytham from Manchester 14 years ago, and works across a broad spectrum of residential and commercial schemes, including office, retail and leisure projects, in the North West.

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