Lots of local business news happening this month. Scroll down to find out what’s been going on!
Forging ahead in North Wales
Forge Property Consultants has announced a further expansion of its business. The company is opening a new office in Wrexham, North Wales, taking its network of regional offices up to four.
Forge Property was founded by Managing Director Charles Lawson in 2010. Starting with one office at West Felton, near Oswestry, the company has grown yearly. With its second and third offices established in Staffordshire and South Wales.
Charles has subsequently been joined by two more directors, Tom Mason, who heads up the Eccleshall office in Staffordshire and Ed Merriman, who leads the South Wales operation, based in Pembrokeshire.
In The Heart Of Wrexham
“We are really excited to move into our new office. Located at 41 King Street, in the heart of Wrexham’s vibrant and inclusive business community, we are looking forward to getting to know our neighbours. Particularly those operating in the professional services sector.
“Demand for our services, both residential and commercial, is up across North Wales, and Wrexham, now Wales’ seventh city, is undergoing a real transformation. It was an obvious choice of location for our fourth office.”
Property And Land Matters
Forge Property Consultants Ltd is a firm of Chartered Surveyors and Valuers, advising clients on a wide range of property and land matters from its offices in Shropshire, Staffordshire and Wales. The new Wrexham office of the firm will now aim to serve clients based across North Wales as well.
Experienced in dealing with all types of property, the company works across agricultural, residential, and commercial property sectors. Clients include private individuals, corporate entities, and statutory undertakers.
Financial Planners Take To The Skies For Charity
Nine intrepid employees from Wrexham-based wealth management company Hadlow Edwards are getting ready for a sponsored skydive to raise much-needed funds for local charity Hope House Children’s Hospice in August.
Hope House’s Incredible Work
With less than a month to go, the participants are getting ready and trying to raise at least £5000 for the charity. Available to children and families living in Shropshire, Cheshire, Mid and North Wales, Hope House and Tŷ Gobaith care for babies, children, and young people who have life-threatening conditions and are not expected to live beyond 18 years of age. The charity also offers counselling and bereavement support to any family living in the local area who has suffered the death of a child.
Warren Hadlow, Director at Hadlow Edwards, commented: “The team is really excited about the skydive. Although there is some trepidation too. We have chosen Hope House as our charity to fundraise for, as it is such an amazing local charity. It really provides something special to parents and children going through a traumatic time.”
Hadlow Edwards is committed to supporting individuals and people with getting their financial futures right. The company provides financial advice and services, from setting up pensions, exiting a business, extracting profits efficiently or protecting what matters most to you and your employees.