A company which specialises in helping businesses to unlock their capital allowances has capped a period of growth by moving to new offices and making major changes to its company brand.
Capital Allowance Review Service has relocated to new headquarters on Festival Park, Stoke-on-Trent, after growing its team by around a third – to 15 – in recent months.
The company – which is headed by father and son team Chris and Paul Roberts – has a growing team of advisers based in Stoke-on-Trent, Chester and Manchester, which provide support to companies and accountancy practices seeking specialist advice across the UK.
Managing director Chris says the move to larger office space is a long-term investment in the future of the business, which was established more than 20 years ago.
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He said: “Over the last two years, we’ve seen a dramatic increase in the volume of accountants seeking support, resulting in a significant upturn in submitted claims to HMRC.
“Such claims secure tax savings for businesses and these have proved crucial during the uncertainty of the last 18 months as companies fought against pandemic lockdowns.
“The last few months have also seen an increase in client enquiries, as more businesses are now planning to buy or renovate commercial property.”
Chris added: “The new HQ provides us with a workspace that matches the long-term ambitions of the company.
“We now have a fantastic working environment that enables us to continue building on our training and development programme for the network of advisors and clients we support.”
As part of the recent investment, Capital Allowance Review Service – which was previously based in smaller offices on Festival Park – has also revised its brand to become more in-keeping with “how companies do business in the 2020s.”
Chris added: “Our new brand has given us a modern identity and the new website has enabled us to really demonstrate how we can help advisers and their clients with property capital allowances claims.
“It’s also provided a fantastic learning resource platform to educate other professionals on the ins and outs of capital allowances.”