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Kent office relocation to the Historic Dockyard in Chatham
We are delighted to announce the relocation of our Kent office to the Historic Dockyard in Chatham.
The move is in line with the company’s plans for growth, with the new office catering for all staff currently in the Kent office and allowing for future expansion.
The historic dockyard covers 400 acres and was the Royal Navy’s major facility for hundreds of years until it closed in 1984.
Today, the dockyard is a major tourist attraction, a commercial port and thriving business hub.
We are moving into the first floor of the Grade I listed Fitted Rigging House, which we helped design as part of an extensive refurbishment programme of the dockyard site.
The new office, which is due to open in May, is being designed to reflect our new brand while also being sympathetic to the site’s historic setting.
John Biscoe, board director at chapmanbdsp, said: "We are really excited to be moving into the Fitted Rigging House, a project we were involved in refurbishing in partnership with the Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust.
"Our move reinforces our commitment to our clients in Kent and the south east and we are really looking forward to being part of the thriving business community the dockyard has become."
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