Brown Shipley relocates to new eco-friendly Nottingham premises
Brown Shipley, a Quintet Private Bank, is pleased to announce the opening of their new purpose-built Nottingham office. Situated in Edwalton Business Park, the opening of this new office premises is part of Brown Shipley’s broader strategy to add scale and increase regional opportunities through the provision of additional resource and talent.
Over the past few months, final preparations have been underway to move from the existing office in Castle Marina in Nottingham into these environmentally friendly premises. The new office is part of Brown Shipley’s drive to reduce its carbon footprint and includes features such as solar panels, electric vehicle charge points, energy efficient heating and lighting, covered cycle storage and recycling stations along with dedicated video conferencing rooms. The space is also designed to encourage flexible working such as dedicated hot desks.
Commenting on the new office, James Garman, Head of Brown Shipley in Nottingham, said:
“I am delighted to welcome colleagues into our new purpose-built Nottingham office, designed to help us reduce our carbon footprint as well as provide a great new environment for clients, colleagues and visitors. Our new office is another signal of our commitment to this region as we continue to develop our offering to best meet client needs.
“I would like to thank those colleagues who, despite COVID-19 and the new challenges it has presented, have worked hard to enable our new premises to open according to our proposed timings.”
Brown Shipley’s new Nottingham address is: Brown Shipley House, Edwalton Business Park, Landmere Lane, Nottingham, NG12 4JL.
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