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Brundall accountancy firm secures new office thanks to major investment

PUBLISHED: 13:19 06 April 2016 | UPDATED: 13:20 06 April 2016

David Greening, director of Graver & Co accountancy firm, pictured at their new home in Brundall.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

David Greening, director of Graver & Co accountancy firm, pictured at their new home in Brundall. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Archant Norfolk 2016

An accountancy firm which has been renting its base for the last 30 years has finally secured its own home, thanks to a £400,000 investment.

Graver & Co Accountants, based in Station Road in Brundall, has been in business since 1983, and had grown too big for its former office - just across the road from the new base.

“We got to a point where we were full up, but now have more space to grow,” said director David Greening.

The business, which was founded in 1983, now has nine members of staff, but will soon be on the look-out for an extra pair of hands, according to Mr Greening.

“We are always in the business of taking on more clients,” he said. “We are potentially looking for someone else part-time, especially if we get busier.”

Clients range from £5m-turnover firms to sole traders, and have all been acquired through word of mouth.

The motivation for the new home was to cement the firm’s position in Brundall, according to Mr Greening, who is the firm’s sole director and joined in 1986.

“It is fantastic for links to the city,” he said.

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