Hurley Palmer Flatt finds new home in London

Hurley Palmer Flatt, one of the UK’s largest M&E consultancies, has moved its central-London office to 240 Blackfriars as part of its London expansion plan. The company has taken a 10-year lease to occupy 1100 m2 at the Southbank Tower to being together the West End office at British Land’s headquarters at York House and the London City office at Broken Wharf House.

The new office will also be occupied by Andrew Reid & Partners, the engineering and commissioning-management business that is part of Hurley Palmer Flatt’s group of companies.

Group Chairman Paul Flatt said, ‘This marks an exciting phase of development for the London business to grow to the next level and to retain its position as one of the largest independent consulting engineering firms in London.

‘We are excited to be moving into such a striking building and are looking forward to integrating each facet of the Hurley Palmer Flatt group of companies under one roof.’

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