Duncan & Toplis

Stirlin are currently constructing a 10,000 sq ft office development for accounting and business adviser Duncan & Toplis, which will be shared with Wilkin Chapman Solicitors to support the continued growth of both companies in the area.

After reaching full capacity at their current premises in Louth, Duncan & Toplis approached Stirlin to design and build a contemporary office facility with the appropriate visual impact that will better accommodate their team.

Built with hybrid working in mind, the new offices will provide an ideal working environment for team members who live locally or support businesses and individuals in the local area.

The building is spread across two floors and will include office spaces, meeting rooms, a kitchen and a reception area.

When completed, the new development will see a contemporary, open-plan office space built over two floors with a 61-space car park.

Managing director of Duncan & Toplis, Adrian Reynolds, said the new office will help both companies to expand their offering to local businesses, helping them to support the local and regional economy:

“I’m absolutely thrilled that construction is now underway on our new offices in Louth and I’m very pleased that our friends at Wilkin Chapman are joining us in this ambitious project.

“Since we acquired our Louth office in 2007, we’ve supported hundreds of businesses in the local area and our team members in the town have supported many more clients across the region and beyond. The number of people we employ in the area has also increased, meaning we’ve reached capacity on our current premises. This new office is a major investment which underlines our dedication to the local area and it will also create a far better working environment for our team members, many of whom live in and around the town.”


The new premises stands between a facility owned by Lincolnshire firm Micronclean and a planned McDonald’s restaurant, with easy access to Louth and the wider region via the A16.

Project Information:

Architectural Design: Stirlin Design Structural Design: Steve Gilman Design Photography: Will Selby Project