6 January 2020

Stirlin work with Duncan & Toplis to design and build new office in Louth

Stirlin have worked closely with East Midlands based accountancy firm Duncan & Toplis, on proposals for a new office development on Fairfield Industrial Estate in Louth.

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

Spread across two floors, the building will include open plan office spaces, meeting rooms, a kitchen and a reception area.

Stirlin have supported Duncan and Toplis with submitting the planning application to East Lindsey District Council.

Planning has now been approved and work will begin on the site imminently.

Adrian Reynolds, Managing Director at Duncan & Toplis, said: “Our Louth team has seen tremendous growth over the years and this has taken their current site to maximum capacity. In order to facilitate their continued success, it’s important that we build a new, contemporary space that we simply couldn’t find anywhere else.

“We see a great deal of potential in Louth, and we’re committed to investing in the area so we can continue to provide a range of services to the local businesses that we have gotten to know so well over the years.”

Managing Director of Stirlin, James Kirby comments: “To say we are thrilled about the opportunity to design and build this fantastic new facility for Duncan & Toplis would be an understatement.

We’ve worked closely with them to identify a site that provides the appropriate location and space for their growing team in Louth. The design is fantastic, with credit to our clients for the detailed brief and our Development Manager, Matt Padley, for his ability to deliver upon it. Now that planning has been approved, we’re very much looking forward to getting started on the construction.”

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