Relocation for professional services firm

A professional services business in Birmingham is relocating to offices in the heart of the Colmore Business District, committing to a 10-year lease at Cavendish House.

The move by Leonard Curtis Business Solutions Group marks the company’s 15-year anniversary of serving SMEs across the city and the wider Midlands area.

Its team will move into 2,784 sq ft in Cavendish House – Grade A office accommodation which has been recently refurbished.

Conrad Beighton, from Leonard Curtis, said: “Cavendish House is the perfect fit for our needs and a great foundation for the next phase of our development, having established a 15-year reputation for business services in the city. We look forward to welcoming our team here and inviting in clients, other professional advisors and colleagues from across the UK.”

Leonard Curtis Birmingham is one of three offices covering the Midlands with a presence in Wolverhampton and  Worcester and is one of 19 across the UK, including an offshore division on Guernsey, employing 240 people.

JLL’s Andy Riach who acts as joint agent with Charles Warrack from Johnson Fellows, said the letting recognised the significant investment from landlords, Croudace Properties in the new amenity offering at Cavendish House.

“Clearly the business district is going through a period of readjustment after the lockdown, however I’m pleased to say we are still seeing activity, particularly for quality offices with landlords who understand the needs of the modern occupier and offer a flexible approach to occupation.

“Wellbeing has long been a focus, but now more than ever it’s the primary driver and Cavendish House offers plenty of bright, open space with a new reception and fantastic communal breakout areas and meeting rooms, essential for collaboration and to stimulate innovation and future business strategy.”