Accountancy firm Streets has continued its expansion strategy by opening a new office at the heart of the region’s golden triangle.
It has moved its office in St Neots to Wyboston Lakes; Alistair Burt MP for North East Bedfordshire, performed the honours. The firm has also just opened new operations in Stevenage.
Attended by over 130 guests, clients and other professionals from the local business community, the reception at Wyboston Lakes provided the opportunity to view the premises and meet Streets’ partners and staff.
Streets' chairman and managing partner, Paul Tutin said: “As a progressive and developing firm of chartered accountants, we recognise the importance to operate from offices that can fulfil the needs of our clients and our colleagues who look after them.
“As such, we believe our office and its location should reflect the needs of the local and wider business community, and that a 21st century practice needs to be easily accessible to all and have the scope to accommodate the breadth of services you would expect from a progressive firm of accountants.
“We believe the new office location at Wyboston Lakes on the A1/A428 certainly fits the bill.
“The move comes at a time when we have also opened a new and additional office along the A1 corridor in Stevenage. This new presence, along with the relocation of our St Neots office acknowledges our commitment to being a pre-eminent regional accountancy practice, servicing the counties of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire and Suffolk.
“For Streets, the focus of our work is especially on servicing the needs of owner managed and entrepreneurial businesses that seek proactive advice and tax saving ideas to help them achieve their goals. Also, we enjoy growing our role in supporting the needs of private clients looking to create and protect wealth, tax efficiently.”
• Photograph shows (left to right): Ben Halstead lead partner for Streets’ Wyboston Lakes office, Alistair Burt MP for Bedfordshire and Paul Tutin, Streets’ chairman and managing partner.