Removals and storage firm to create jobs with new premises

Tash and Warren Leggett of Warren’s Removals and Storage pictured with the former Mayor of Worcester Jo Hodges.

A Worcester-based removal firm has secured a £150,000 funding package.

The funding will enable Warren’s Removals and Storage to move into larger commercial premises, allowing the firm to streamline its operations by bringing four separate sites under one roof.

Additional vehicles will also be purchased, and ten jobs are set to be created to achieve growth plans.

Established in 2014 by Warren Leggett, Warren’s Removals and Storage specialise in providing removal and storage services for both domestic and commercial clients.

Leggett said:  “We are delighted to have secured this £150,000 funding boost to take Warren’s Removal and Storage to the next level.

“Despite being hit with job cancellations and postponements during the first Coronavirus lockdown, the subsequent surge in house sales resulted in a very strong successive period for us.

“We are receiving a strong number of enquiries for future jobs, which is a result of our web presence and word-of-mouth recommendations from customers who appreciate our full-service approach to removal. We always make sure we go the extra mile by removing and detaching furniture, wall-mounted TVs, pictures, and even appliances.

“Securing this investment will allow us to kickstart important growth plans that will ultimately allow us to capitalise on this strong demand, as demonstrated by our confirmed order book.”

The cash was secured from the Midlands Engine Investment Fund’s (MEIF) MEIF WM Small Business Loan Fund, managed by BCRS Business Loans, and backed by the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS).

Angie Preece, a senior business development manager at BCRS Business Loans, said: “We are so pleased to have delivered the funding that Warren’s Removal and Storage need via the MEIF WM Small Business Loan Fund in order to achieve their growth plans.

“As a lender that delivers funding for intentional social and economic impact, it is great news that ten new jobs will be created by Warren’s Removals and Storage.”