Antiques and art restoration specialist relocates to new HQ

A Walsall-based restoration firm is expanding its operations in the West Midlands by relocating to a new 32,000 sq ft headquarters.

Farcroft Restorations Group, a restorer of valuable antiques, fine art, furniture and collectables has leased the business unit at Dumblederry Lane, Wharf Approach, Aldridge on a ten-year deal.

The property comprises a two-storey office building and warehouse alongside two car parks with 47 spaces and a large yard.

Burley Browne sold the unit for £3.1m earlier this year to a private investor who then instructed the company as letting agent.

Ben Nicholson, senior associate director at Burley Browne said: “Farcroft Restorations is a great local success story. The company was established more than 50 years ago and has gained a reputation as being one of the best in the restoration of valuable items thanks to its team of highly skilled craftsmen and women.

“As the company continued to grow it found it needed a new, larger headquarters and the 32,000 sq ft unit at Dumblederry Lane was the perfect solution. It is a high quality building in an excellent location and I’m sure Farcroft Solutions will enjoy even more success at its new headquarters.”

Ashley Clarke of Farcroft Restorations Group said: “The new premises will enable Farcroft to deliver on the company aspirations and goals for the forthcoming year and beyond.

“Being able to relocate within the immediate area thereby preserving local jobs and careers was vital to Farcroft and an important part of the brief”.

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