Stace moves staff from Leamington Spa

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Consultant Stace has opened a new office in Birmingham as the firm looks to capitalise on growing workloads in the city and wider Midlands region.

The £18m turnover multi-disciplinary, which celebrates its 60th anniversary this year, previously had its Midlands base in Leamington Spa but last week completed moving its 10 staff to new offices on the city’s Great Charles Street.

The firm is working on Crest Nicholson’s Park Central Regeneration residential scheme in the middle of Birmingham and is helping relocate firms affected by the impending arrival of HS2 at Stoneleigh Park near Coventry. It has also worked on the Jaguar Land Rover engine plant at Wolverhampton (pictured).

The office will continue to be headed up by Simon Prior who will report to partner Glyn Crawley who said: “Our new office in Birmingham will allow us to continue our growth across the region.”

Other projects the firm is working on include Qunitain’s housing development at Wembley as well as a series of flexible workspace contracts for British Land across London.

Stace also has offices in the City of London, Cambridge, Leeds and Epping, Essex.