Kitchen firm creates new jobs as it expands into Notts

Laura Sanderson and Will Toon
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An independent kitchen design and installation company has expanded into Worksop.

Kitchen Craft Design, which already operates from Chesterfield and Sheffield, has opened new premises on the new Vesuvius development on Spinella Road.

Sheffield solicitors Wake Smith advised on the lease for the 2,600 sq ft showroom for managing director Will Toon.

The move will see the company, which has a turnover of £2.3m, target Nottinghamshire and expand its 16-strong full-time team to 20, alongside its growing band of sub-contractors.

Toon, who took over the established 34-year-old company from his dad Andrew, eight years ago, said: “We have big plans. Worksop seems the next logical step to complement our bases in Chesterfield and Sheffield. It means we are establishing a collection of regional hubs. All our new business is within 30 minutes of our warehouse.

“The new base allows us to have 12 large kitchen displays on show so customers can get a real feel for our high end design and installation. The opportunity to locate onto the new and popular Vesuvius development was one we couldn’t turn down. It has both big name brands and a growing footfall.

“We are now ready to create stunning, practical kitchens for the people of Worksop using innovative design backed by unrivalled customer service.”

Kitchen Craft Design’s partners include Bosch, Neff, Siemens, Quooker, Dekton, Hacker, Blanco and Silestone.

Laura Sanderson, associate in Wake Smith’s commercial property team, advised on Kitchen Craft Design’s leases. She said: “We were really pleased to provide the legal support on the lease requirements for Will and his growing business. This is a real success story for the region.”

Toon added: “What I like about Wake Smith Solicitors is that they go above and beyond. They are advisors you can really rely on, for both residential and commercial property advice.”