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Time Appointments on the move in Ipswich

15:47 06 March 2016

Time Appointments

Time Appointments

Expansion for recruitment company as it celebrates anniversary

4-8 Museum Street, Ipswich4-8 Museum Street, Ipswich

Almost ten years to the day it was founded in Ipswich in March 2006, recruitment company Time Appointments marked its anniversary on March 1st with a move to new premises in Museum Street which will accommodate its aim to double in size.

In a letting arranged through Fenn Wright with landlords Anglia Research (probate genealogists), who occupy the rest of the building,Time Appointments have taken a second floor office suite at 4-8 Museum Street, giving them 1832 sq ft of fully refurbished office space with shared reception area and meeting room, video conferencing facilities, and car parking.

Serving the whole of the eastern region, the firm’s Ipswich headquarters is currently off St Peter’s Street. However, mounting success in their field means their current home is full to capacity and a move is necessary.

Managing director Craig Dade said: “Our success has of course been welcome, but in some respects quite overwhelming. We have established a strong client base throughout the region, served by a team of loyal staff.

“Our move will allow us to meet our aim of doubling in size, and recruit new staff to handle our sustainable growth. The specifically designed office at Museum Street is being tailored to our business needs, and will offer us interview suites for our candidates, as well as a meeting room for our clients. We have also made a significant investment in our loyal team of staff, providing a relaxed break area within a bright and modern environment, coupled with revamped systems served by the latest technology.

“Once we realised a move was necessary, we contacted Alistair Mitchell of the Commercial Division at Fenn Wright in Ipswich, who listened carefully to our requirements and was able to assist us to get a deal wrapped up within our limited time frame.”

Landlords Anglia Research, a firm of probate genealogists, was founded in 1979 by managing director Peter Turvey who runs the company with fellow directors Philip Turvey and Carolyn Lord. Among a wide variety of legal services the company traces missing or unknown next-of-kin to people who have died without leaving a Will, together with providing asset reunification services and media consultancy to programmes such as the BBC’s award winning series ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ Anglia Research employs more accredited genealogists and lawyers than any other firm in its industry and has an enviable record of success.

Mr Philip Turvey said: “Anglia Research are very pleased to welcome Time Appointments to the building. We hope that the space and facilities provide them with the scope to enjoy and expand on their continuing success.”


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