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Smith Cooper move into Ashbourne’s former police station

Press release   •   Jun 06, 2019 12:08 BST

Smith Cooper Ashbourne

Ashbourne's former police station, situated in the centre of the historic market town, has become the new home of accountants and business advisors, Smith Cooper, to facilitate their ongoing growth.

Formerly based on St John Street, in a building shared with law firm Flint Bishop, Smith Cooper are the official occupants of the old police station as from 3rd June 2019.

Bruce Montgomery, Partner at Smith Cooper and based at the firm’s Ashbourne office comments “It’s a really exciting period of change here in the Ashbourne branch as we look forward to settling into our new home and welcoming our clients through the door.”

“The new offices offer us the opportunity to expand our workforce whilst maintaining an enviable location in the centre of town. The space is fresh, modern and easily accessible to our clients. We are committed to our local area, and it was important that we moved to an office that allowed us to stay local.”

Smith Cooper’s Ashbourne office offers a range of general accountancy, tax and specialist services, particularly to those operating in the agricultural and landed estates sectors. With its headquarters in Derby in the historic St Helen’s House, Smith Cooper have offices in 6 localities across the Midlands and offer an extensive range of bespoke advisory services to both corporate and individual clients, wherever they may be based.

Smith Cooper is one of the largest independently owned and preferred accountancy and business advisory firms for owner managed businesses across the Midlands. The firm specialises in providing intelligent, efficient and cost-effective bespoke advisory services to both corporate and individual clients. Smith Cooper has six offices across the Midlands including Derby, Birmingham and Nottingham.

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