Accountancy firm expands with relocation to bigger office base
Accountancy and business advisory firm MHA Moore and Smalley has relocated its Liverpool office as it continues growing its team and client base in the region, in a move which could see staff numbers more than double.
The firm has moved from its 20 Chapel Street offices to more than 1,200 sq ft of Grade A office space at the city’s nearby Exchange Station building on Tithebarn Street.
MHA Moore and Smalley currently has a team of 12 based in Liverpool and the new office will allow it to accommodate up to 30 members of staff.
Andrew Matthews, partner at MHA Moore and Smalley’s Liverpool office, said: “Since we opened an office in the city in 2018, we have seen a rapid expansion of our client base in Liverpool and the wider Merseyside region.
“Having outgrown our offices at Chapel Street, we’re thrilled to have secured this new base at the stunning Exchange Station building in the heart of the city’s business district. It offers us a highly flexible space to suit modern post-pandemic working practices and will serve us well as we help our clients plan for the future.”
MHA Moore and Smalley offers a full range of services across audit, accountancy, advisory and special projects. Its diverse client base in Merseyside includes owner-managed businesses, manufacturers, construction firms, education providers and not-for-profit organisations.
Clients include the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Nugent Care, Liverpool College and The Progress Group.
Situated in the heart of Liverpool’s central business district, Exchange Station features 193,000 sq ft of office space within the former Victorian railway station originally built in 1888.
Having originally been redeveloped into offices in 1986, it has undergone a multimillion-pound refurbishment in recent years.
MHA Moore and Smalley also has offices in Southport, Manchester, Lancashire and Cumbria.
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