An environmental consultancy has relocated to a larger head office following a period of growth.
Wharton Natural Infrastructure Consultants has moved to the Old Vicarage near Alcester after agreeing a five-year deal from its previous home at nearby Minerva Mill.
The agency provides topographical surveys, tree and ecology advice, working with clients such as developers, architects and planners.
It said it had seen 20 per cent annual growth over the past four years which had prompted the move.
Founder Peter Wharton said: “We have a passion for the environment and its appropriate management and enhancement.
“We are working on some large-scale developments across the UK, ensuring a balance between the needs of people and the need to protect and enhance the environment.
“There has been a major change in attitude over recent years and people want to be a part of the countryside.
“We are helping produce developments that will produce benefits for our children and grandchildren.”
The firm worked with property consultancy John Truslove to source the new office.
Joint managing director Ben Truslove said: “Wharton Natural Infrastructure Consultants is a growing business in an increasingly busy sector and these offices will provide the platform for further secure growth in the future. We wish them well.”