South Wales furniture firm BOF expands into the West Midlands

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A South Wales furniture company has expanded its operations by opening a new base in Birmingham.

Bridgend-based BOF has taken 1,716 sq ft of office space in the city’s Jewellery Quarter where Midlands account manager Max Fowler will be based to grow the company’s business in the region and north of England.

Managing director Michael Parrish said: “BOF has over 30 years’ experience as a furniture specialist within the education, public and private sectors and we decided in the latter part of 2019 that we needed a workplace hub in the Midlands.

“Birmingham, with its connections straight into the national motorway network, was the obvious choice for a new showroom and office and we were able to find the perfect premises.”

Ed Siddall-Jones, founder of Birmingham property agency Siddall Jones, worked with the firm to secure the premises in Albion Street.

He said: “The letting to BOF further proves the insatiable demand for quality character space within The Jewellery Quarter.

“Siddall Jones was originally involved in the sale of the property to Raglan Homes and was subsequently retained by the developer to advise on the commercial agency.

“The letting to BOF was completed before practical completion and the finished project draws on the industrial heritage of the building, with exposed brickwork and exposed concrete pillars and conduits.

“We look forward to working with Raglan Homes on their forthcoming projects.”

Law firms Hadgkiss Hughes & Beale and Berry Smith Lawyers also advised on the deal.


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