New office opens in Yeovil for chartered accountancy firm.

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Chartered accountancy firm moves to new Yeovil office


Albert Goodman, a chartered accountancy firm, has moved to a new office in Yeovil to allow for further expansion and attract talented apprentices. The new larger office space on Lupin Way will support the company’s commitment to the town and offer a collaborative working environment for its team and clients.

Key Elements:

  • Albert Goodman, a Somerset-based chartered accountancy and tax consultancy firm, has relocated to new offices in Yeovil from Hendford Manor to Lupin Way.
  • The move to a 4,820 sq ft commercial space will accommodate the 40-strong team, including partner Lyndsay Blackshaw, who leads the Yeovil office, and partner Richard Bugler.
  • Partner Blackshaw emphasized the company’s long-term commitment to the town and its thriving business sector, aiming to support company growth and provide expert business guidance.
  • The larger offices will facilitate the company’s expansion and help attract talented apprentices, following their B-Corp status achievement and successful growth in other locations like Weymouth and Weston-super-Mare.
  • Albert Goodman’s managing partner, Iain McVicar, praised the Yeovil team’s success and the new office’s collaborative open-plan environment, reflecting the company’s commitment to offering a brilliant working environment.

Albert Goodman, founded 158 years ago and headquartered in Taunton, shows its continued dedication to providing expert business guidance and supporting company growth through its move to larger premises in Yeovil.

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